Dataset: Bureau of Land Management-
Taxa: delphinium => Delphinium calcar-equitis, Delphinium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ely BLM Herbarium


Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00668G. Gust, N. Frakes, J. Brunson   17812009-04-30
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Mount Irish Range. Ca. 3.0km by air west of Mail Summit Rd. Irish Fire of 2008., 37.692038 -115.321787, 1743m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00669G. Gust, N. Frakes   18532009-05-16
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Hiko Mt. Range. ~2.7km east of Hwy 318 by air. Hambly fire of 2006., 37.709704 -115.119524, 1396m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00670G. Gust, N. Frakes   15712008-05-30
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, East slope of Seaman Mt. Range. Oreana Fire of 2006., 37.902957 -115.07109, 1697m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00671G. Gust, N. Frakes   15332008-04-19
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Meadow Valley Range Wilderness Area in the Meadow Valley Range. SE of Sunflower Mt on limestone. Meadow Valley Fire of 2005., 37.040613 -114.712403, 1009m

Bureau of Land Management
Delphinium occidentale S.Wats. ex Coult.
EDOBLM00784G. Gust, Curtis, J., McLimans, H.   NV040-1052010-08-13
USA, Nevada, White Pine, Kern Mts. Blue Mass Recreation Area, Blue Mass Canyon Rd. 3.9 mi W of Pleasant Valley Rd., 39.735907 -114.234091, 2463m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM01032A. H. Holmgren   5631940-05-26
USA, Nevada, Elko, ~4 mi. South of White Rock. Region 3, Dist. 1., 41.182333 -115.550019, 1829 - 1829m

Bureau of Land Management
Delphinium nuttallianum Pritz. ex Walp.
EDOBLM01143M. Basihoff   1967-05-22
USA, Utah, Cache, Dry Canyon. ~2mi. North of Avon., 41.595669 -111.800914, 1448m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.