Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: vauquelinia => Vauquelinia, Vauquelinia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
49984R.W. Spellenberg and R. Repass   53101979-08-15
United States, New Mexico, Hidalgo, in the extreme SW corner of the county, in Guadalupe Canyon and tributaries, on and in vicinity of Hadley Ranch

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. pauciflora (Standl.) Hess & Henrickson
55360W.J. Hess and W. Stickney   34451975-04-25
United States, New Mexico, Hidalgo, Guadalupe Canyon drainage, 20 mi E of Douglas, Ariz. and 3 mi N along NM-AZ border from US- Mexico border, 1524m

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71090J. Henrickson   76611972-09-16
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, 16 mi. SW of Coyame along hwy 16, 29.27 -105.27

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. retherfordii (I.M.Johnst.) W.J.Hess & Henrickson
71148J. Henrickson and E. Lee   158741977-04-29
Mexico, Coahuila, Mexico, ca 27 (air) mi. SE of Torreon, in a broad canyon on the N side of Sierra de Jimulco, S of La Rosita, 25.22 -103.22, 1300 - 1500m

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71151J. Henrickson and B. Prigge   150751976-08-07
Mexico, Coahuila, Mexico, ca 54 (air) mi. from Big Bend Ntl. Prk. basin, S end of Sierra Maderas del Carmen in Cañon del Alamo, 5 mi. S of Rancho San Isidro, 28.85 -102.57, 1300m

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71810J. Henrickson   202841985-07-27
Mexico, Baja California, Mexico, 18.0 rd mi SSE of La Rumorosa near Rancho San Ignacio (La Milla) in E running canyon must N and E of Cerro La Milla (ca 2 km) N La Milla, 1400m

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73842J. Henrickson   202811985-07-27
Mexico, Baja California del Norte, 18.0 road miles SSE of La Rumorosa near Rancho San Ignacio (La Milla) in E running canyon must N and E of Cerro La Milla (ca 2 km) N La Milla, 1400m

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. retherfordii (I.M.Johnst.) W.J.Hess & Henrickson
73156J. Henrickson and E. Lee   158741977-04-29
Mexico, Coahuila, Mexico, ca 27 (air) miles SE of Torreon, in a broad canyon on N side of Sierra de Jimulco, S of La Rosita, 25.22 -103.22, 1300 - 1500m

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Vauquelinia corymbosa subsp. karwinskyi (Maxim.) W.J.Hess & Henrickson
73158J. Henrickson   228102001-10-20
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, ca 50 air miles NE of Matehuala, S.L.P, on gypsum slopes about 8 miles NE of San Antonio Peña Nevada, +- 1 mile beyond town of Santa Lucea, 23.77 -99.9, 1900m

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55361W.J. Hess   43821978-06-17
Mexico, Oaxaca, Mexico, N from Nochixtlan, approx. 1 mi from square 1,5 mi from jct. with Mex. hwy 190., 2134m

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. pauciflora (Standl.) Hess & Henrickson
59953R.W. Spellenberg   110031992-06-26
Mexico, Chihuahua, Valle de Zaragoza, along hwy to Chihuahua 43 km N of Parral

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55355W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   42591978-06-02
United States, Arizona, Pima, Organ Pipe Nat'l Mon, Arch Canyon, 22 mi S of Why and 12 mi E of Visitor Center in Ajo Mts., 31.95 -112.67, 850m

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. pauciflora (Standl.) Hess & Henrickson
55359W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   43221978-06-08
Mexico, Durango, Mexico, on 3 mi stretch of road to El Palmito, 7-10 mi W of El Zarco on Hwy 30, 2134m

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55356W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   42511978-05-30
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, 11 mi NE of Apache Junct. and 3 mi W of Tortilla Flats off St. Hwy 88 near Apache gap., 564m

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. parviflora
55354W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   42611978-06-03
United States, Arizona, Cochise, 25 mi E of Douglas and about 2 mi W of entrance to Guadalupe Canyon, 1311m

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47452Fouts   811947-06-15
United States, Arizona, Pima, Ajo Mts., 823m

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59353S. González, S. Acevedo and O. Ontiveros   28021983-11-14
Mexico, Durango, Nombre de Dios, +/- 3 km al W de La Parrilla

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Vauquelinia corymbosa subsp. karwinskyi (Maxim.) W.J.Hess & Henrickson
55423W.J. Hess and L. Byrne   46311979-06-05
Mexico, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, 20 mi E of San Luis Potosí on Mex 70, 2256m

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74995W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   43711978-06-15
Mexico, Queretaro, Mexico, around Bernal approx. 25 mi. NE of junct. Mex. hwy. 57 at a point 16 mi. S of Queretaro, 1981m

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74996W.J. Hess and L. Byrne   46131979-06-02
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, 13 mi W of Coyame on St. Hwy 16, 29.42 -105.27, 1341m

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Vauquelinia corymbosa subsp. heterodon (I.M.Johnst.) W.J.Hess & J.Henrickson
74997W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   43341978-06-10
Mexico, Coahuila, Mexico, 40 mi S of MOnclova and 5 mi N of San Lazaro on Mex hwy 57, 1128m

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74998W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   43761978-06-16
Mexico, Hidalgo, Mexico, 5 mi N of Atotinilco and 28 mi NE of Pachuca off Mex. hwy 105

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Vauquelinia corymbosa subsp. karwinskyi (Maxim.) W.J.Hess & Henrickson
55358W.J. Hess and G. Wilhelm   43571978-06-13
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Mexico, 15 mi W of Palmillas and junct. with Mexico Hwy 101 on road to Miquihuana in the eastern slopes of Sierra Orientale, 1676m

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50263R.W. Spellenberg and R. Repass   53911979-08-18
United States, Arizona, Cochise, extreme SE corner of county on road into Guadalupe Canyon, 5 mi SE of junction with Douglas-Cloverdale road, 1311m

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14177J.J. Thornber   2281903-08-24
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Catalina Mts, Sabino Cañón, 853m

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14178J.J. Thornber   228-A1903-06-15
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Catalina Mts, Sabino Cañón, 853m

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. pauciflora (Standl.) Hess & Henrickson
83591T.R. Van Devender, A.L. Reina G., R.W. Van Devender, and S. Minter   2007-5962007-06-08
Mexico, Sonora, Agua Prieta, 7.3 kilometers south of Agua Prieta on SON 17 (Agua Prieta-Nacozari road) and 4.9 kilometers west on road to La Calera limestone quarry, about 9 kilometers (by air) south-southwest of Agua Prieta., 31.2372 -109.6239, 1279m

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Vauquelinia californica subsp. pauciflora (Standl.) Hess & Henrickson
85185D.L. Anderson and R. Duran   91652013-07-20
United States, New Mexico, Doña Ana, Along Highway 70 on overpass banks at Mesa Grande., 1350m


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