Dataset: BLM-NM
Taxa: Anacardiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


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TAFO_BLM_0039Hannah Lee   202015-07-02
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Take State Road 68 south out of Taos towards Espanola. After 15 miles, take a right onto 570 in Pilar right before the Visitor’s Center. Follow 570 for about 6 miles to the Taos Junction Bridge. Bear right (away from bridge) and continue on OV road. Take a left at the next fork and park at trailhead., 36.338611 -105.727278

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TAFO_BLM_0040P. Kennedy   s.n.1984-08-07
United States, New Mexico, Taos, BLM Wild and Scenic River, Prey Base Study, transect CU-1.

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TAFO_BLM_0041P. Knight   31601984-09-05
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Collected west of the Rio Grande Gorge at TN27N R11E sec 17.

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TAFO_BLM_0446Audrey K. Nes   81-901980-06-00
United States, New Mexico, Taos, T28N, R11E, Section 17; Found at Big Arsenic Springs

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TAFO_BLM_0451G. Tyree   1502018-07-25
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Spring is approximately 1.0 mi down Big Arsenic Springs Trail. It is the third spring encountered along the trail.; 36.68213 -105.68954, 36.68213 -105.68954, 2066m

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TAFO_BLM_0676G. Tyree   72018-06-20
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Badlands Spring. Site is 0.7 mi north of Rinconada on east side of highway 68. Park where dirt road ends and follow trail 0.75 mi to spring.; 36.21776 -105.85677, 36.21776 -105.85677, 1913m

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TAFO_BLM_0683G. Tyree   4492018-09-04
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Santa Fe River. Site is just upstream from the Rael Ranch., 35.58417778 -106.1360583, 1833m

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Tyree, Gayle   1502018-07-25
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Northern Big Arsenic Twin Springs. Spring is approximately 1.0 mi down Big Arsenic Springs Trail. It is the third spring encountered along the trail., 36.68213 -105.68954, 2066m


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