Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: pseudostellaria => Pseudostellaria, Pseudostellaria
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
75801R.L. Hartman and J. Coop   780952003-07-19
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve; Jemez Mountains; Short Canyon, lower 0.5 air mi.; N35 55.023' W106 36.191' to N35 54.701' W106 35.952', 2637m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
77428B. Jacobs   1132003-06-27
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve: Jemez Mountains: west side of Redondo Peak above Union Building., 35.860262 -106.601051, 2530m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
76567P.J. Alexander   2332005-07-03
United States, New Mexico, Otero, about 4 miles N of Sunspot on the ridge separating Atkinson Canyon from Cherry Canyon in the Sacramento Mts, Lincoln National Forest, 32.845587 -105.806523, 2743m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
78050A.L. Reina G. and T.R. Van Devender   2003-6882003-07-21
United States, New Mexico, Otero, Pines campground, just northeast of Cloudcroft, Sacramento Mountains, Lincoln National Forest, 32.9675 -105.7372, 2635m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiane
80944C.A. Huff and D. Villalba   13111994-05-24
United States, New Mexico, Grant, along margins of Little Cherry Creek, FS 855; Riparian, Montane Coniferous Forest; Gila National Forest, 2012m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
82675J.L. Carter   29661999-05-21
United States, New Mexico, Grant, 6 miles from junction of Highway 15 and Signal Peak Road, on north side road. Gila National Forest., 904m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
83841J.E. Larson and J. Lucero   58362006-06-05
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Carson National Forest and vicinity: Pueblo de Taos Indian Reservation: along Rio Pueblo de Taos and drainage east of Encebado Canyon in Encebado Burn area, about 5 air miles east of Taos Pueblo., 36.4431 -105.4856, 2301m

NMC
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
84124J.E. Larson   15482005-06-22
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Carson National Forest and Vicinity: Garrapata Canyon on Forest Road 493, about 3 air miles N of San Cristobal., 36.6335 -105.627, 2393m


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