Dataset: Bureau of Land Management-
Taxa: Asparagaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ely BLM Herbarium


Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00994G. Gust, B. Franzone   
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, detailed locality information protected

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00995G. Gust, B. Franzone   14022007-08-16
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Clover Mt. Range. ~0.3mi east of intersection with Bunker's Pass Rd. Just south of Ash Springs. Duzak Fire of 2005., 37.363428 -114.084697, 1464m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM00996G. Gust, N. Frakes   14332008-03-20
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Western slope of Mormon Mt. Range, next to Mormon Mt. Wilderness Area., 37.067472 -114.371336, 1054m

Bureau of Land Management
Camassia quamash (Pursh) Greene
EDOBLM01019A. Holmgren   5761940-05-26
UNITED STATES, Nevada, Elko, Chicken Manure Canyon. ~60 mi. North of Elko., 41.701931 -115.763123, 1829m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM01020G. Gust, N. Frakes, R. McKinley   14272008-03-20
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Meadow Valley Mt. Range. Meadow Valley Fire of 2005. Just SW of intersection of Carp/Elgin Rd and Cane Springs Valley Rd., 37.334592 -114.540081, 1104m

Bureau of Land Management
EDOBLM01021G. Gust, N. Frakes   14522008-04-03
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, About 0.9mi N of Elgin and 0.8mi up unnamed secondary wash W of Meadow Valley Wash Rd. Moe Fire of 2006., 37.360672 -114.560511, 1216m

Bureau of Land Management
Leucocrinum montanum Nutt. ex A. Gray
EDOBLM01022A. H. Holmgren   421938-05-12
USA, Nevada, Elko, ~25mi. South of Elko., 40.455213 -115.735657, 1615m

Bureau of Land Management
Smilacina stellata (L.) Desf.
EDOBLM01023Melanie Smith   1977-08-15
USA, Nevada, White Pine, Timber Creek., 39.402768 -114.611849


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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.