Dataset: Bureau of Land Management-CFOBLM
Search Criteria: USA OR United States OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Utah; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bureau of Land Management, Caliente Field Office Herbarium


Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00052G. Gust, Curtis, J., McLimans, H., Richard, J.   2010-06-17
USA, Utah, Washington, BEAVER DAM MTS. ON INDIAN SPRINGS TRAIL ~ 0.4 MI SOUTH OF INDIAN SPRING., 37.14686 -113.93269, 1330m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
Psilostrophe cooperi (A. Gray) Greene
CFOBLM00338G. Gust, Curtis, J., McLimans, H., Richard, J.   2010-06-16
USA, Utah, Washington, Beaver Dam Slope. Ca 1.1 miles by air South of Eardly Rd. (Lytle Ranch Rd.) and 0.83 miles by air West of Old HWY 91 on West part of Mojave Desert/Joshua Tree Road Scenic Backway., 37.05378 -113.91925, 999m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
Thamnosma montana Torr. & Frém.
CFOBLM00465G. Gust, Curtis, J., McLimans, H., Richard, J.   2010-06-17
USA, Utah, Washington, Beaver Dam Slope. ~9.0 mi south of Motoqua Rd on Indian Springs Rd., 37.19672 -113.94822, 1188m


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