Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: stenogonum => Stenogonum, Stenogonum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
35521B.S. Klinger   292a1935-06-06
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, 5 miles east of Red Rock Trading Post., 1798m

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Stenogonum flexum (M.E. Jones) Reveal & J.T. Howell
54835R.W. Spellenberg and R. Corral-Díaz   82221985-06-05
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, ca 6.5 mi S of Waterflow on the Navajo Mine, W side, W of corner L-87, ca 2.3 mi S of headquarters

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8668C.F. Baker   2901899-05-15
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, Aztec, 1676m

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51520R.W. Spellenberg, D.E. Ward and L. Collyer   6110-A1981-08-11
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, ca 4 mi N of the community of La Plata, ca 3/4 mi E of NM Hwy 17, 1859m

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54718R.W. Spellenberg and R. Corral-Díaz   82181985-06-04
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, ca. 8 mi S of Waterflow on the Navajo Mine, E side on badlands of the Fruitland Formation, between the headquarters and the Area III complex

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48009R.W. Spellenberg, J. Reitzel and H. McKinney   43371976-08-10
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, 4 mi. SE Ojo Encino Trailer School, 1829m

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45599L.C. Higgins   79441973-07-26
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, 10 miles north of Shiprock on hwy 66

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8667A. Eastwood   sn1892-05-15
United States, Utah, San Juan, McElmo Creek, SE Utah

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Stenogonum flexum (M.E. Jones) Reveal & J.T. Howell
84504K. Heil and L. Lundquist   252222005-05-24
United States, Arizona, Apache, Flora of Arizona. Navajo Nation. N5059 about 5.3 miles north from junction with US160 near Teec Nos Pos., 36.9956 -109.1175, 1561m


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Google Map

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