Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: Pseudabutilon
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Pseudabutilon ellipticum (Schltdl.) Fryxell
41804C.G. Pringle   135081905-09-18
Mexico, Hidalgo, Mexico, Tula, 2073m

NMC
Pseudabutilon ellipticum (Schltdl.) Fryxell
44451C.G. Pringle   96891902-09-30
Mexico, Hidalgo, Mexico, Near Tula, 2073m

NMC
Pseudabutilon thurberi (A.Gray) Fryxell
71079Reina G, AL, TR Van Devender, K Krebbs   2001-10322001-12-12
Mexico, Sonora, Banamichi, 9.2 km N of Banamichi on SON 89 (to Arizpe), 30.0978 -110.2469, 730m

NMC
Pseudabutilon thurberi (A.Gray) Fryxell
71618Van Devender, TR & AL Reina   2003-12102003-10-19
Mexico, Sonora, Villa Pesqueira, 11.6 km NE of Mazocahui on MEX 14 (to Moctezuma), 29.5736 -110.0436, 870m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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