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

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Bureau of Land Management, Caliente Field Office Herbarium


Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00033Richard Nichols   3541985-04-09
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Hills North of Caliente Cemetery., 37.617209 -114.528847

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00320D. Gentilcore, L. Guenther   412011-06-13
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Clover Mountains. ~50m W of parking spot on Wood Ranch Rd. 7.5km S of intersection with Pine Canyon Rd. Large unburned island in center of Sams Fire of 2009., 37.41614 -114.239, 1822m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00321G. Gust   22022013-06-05
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Delamar Range. Near ridge on Delamar Pass Road, ~1.6mi by air south by southeast of Blythe Spring on two-track road., 37.436833 -114.684083, 1910m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00322G. Gust   24522015-04-01
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Clover Mountains. ~2.6mi by air north by northwest of Pine Mountain on Middle Ridge Fire of 2014., 37.502222 -114.104556, 1773m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
Cordylanthus parviflorus (Ferris) Wiggins
CFOBLM00469D. Gentilcore, L. Guenther   252010-08-09
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Muleshoe Valley. Kixmiller Fire of 2006. ~250m NNW of intersection of Sidehill Pass Rd. and Coyote Wash Rd. Sandy hill, S-facing, just west of Coyote Wash, 38.34036 -114.75947, 1779m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00518R. Nichols   3541985-04-09
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Ridge of hills behind Caliente Cemetery., 37.618653 -114.52994, 1463m

Bureau of Land Management:CFOBLM
CFOBLM00672S. Koniak, L. Nelson   1988-05-11
USA, Nevada, Lincoln, Condor Canyon and Hamlight Canyon., 37.833219 -114.362544


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Google Map

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