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

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


BLM:NM
TAFO_BLM_0141Mike Casados   81-192
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Found at El Aguaje Spring, T28N R12E Section 16 NMPM

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TAFO_BLM_0140A. Cully   s.n.
United States, New Mexico, Taos, BLM Wild and Scenic River, R-1

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TAFO_BLM_0576G. Tyree   4112018-08-15
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Rio San Antonio. From NM-285, take FR118 WSW for 5.6 km, then turn north onto two-track. Follow two-track for 4.6 km, keeping left at forks. Park beside road. From the large ponderosa pine snag at the rim, follow path down to river., 36.920082 -106.0583814, 2557m

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TAFO_BLM_0472G. Tyree   2018-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Slide Trail Spring. From Pilar, drive 6.5 mi north on NM-570 to the Slide Trail lower trailhead. Walk 0.66 mi up the trail. Site is the second trailside spring from the bottom.; 36.34533 -105.72042, 36.34533 -105.72042, 1957m


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