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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Sieversia turbinata (Rydb.) Greene
14142P.C. Standley   43161908-07-11
United States, New Mexico, Mora, Pecos River National Forest [Pecos District of Santa Fe National Forest]: Pecos Baldy., 3658m

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Sieversia turbinata (Rydb.) Greene
14145P.C. Standley   48171908-08-08
United States, New Mexico, Mora/Rio Arriba, Pecos River National Forest [Pecos District of Santa Fe National Forest]: Truchas Peak., 3810m

NMC
Sieversia ciliata (Pursh) G. Don
14136J. Lunell   sn1906-06-27
United States, North Dakota, Benson, Leeds

NMC
Sieversia ciliata (Pursh) G. Don
14138P.B. Kennedy   16301907-00-00
United States, Nevada, Washoe, Dinsmore camp, Hunter Creek Cañón, 1829m

NMC
Sieversia ciliata (Pursh) G. Don
14137L.M. Umbach   1601903-06-25
United States, Montana, Glacier, Midvale

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Sieversia ciliata (Pursh) G. Don
14135H.L. Zobel   sn1935-07-06
United States, Colorado, Lake, Independence Pass

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Sieversia ciliata (Pursh) G. Don
14140F. Ramaley   34321907-08-10
United States, Colorado, Gilpin, Tolland.

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Sieversia ciliata (Pursh) G. Don
14139W.S. Cooper   sn1904-07-15
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Estes Park, 2743m

NMC
Sieversia turbinata (Rydb.) Greene
74986H.L. Zobel   sn1935-06-25
United States, Colorado, Park, snowline of Mt. Rosalie

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Sieversia turbinata (Rydb.) Greene
14141C.F. Baker   4021899-08-06
United States, Colorado, Mineral, Near Pagosa Peak., 3505m

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Sieversia turbinata (Rydb.) Greene
14144W.S. Cooper   100001902-08-19
United States, Utah, Salt Lake, Alta

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Sieversia turbinata (Rydb.) Greene
14146W.S. Cooper   sn1904-07-26
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Estes Park, 3810m


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Google Map

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