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

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


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TAFO_BLM_0145Hannah Lee   22015-06-03
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, From Highway 68, turn onto Highway 75 towards Dixon, New Mexico. From Highway 75, turn right onto County Road 580, then turn right onto a dirt road called County Road 69. Take County Road 69 about 2 miles to reach the population site., 36.16897 -105.8267

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Cryptantha flava (A. Nels.) Payson
TAFO_BLM_0144Michael Casados   81-941981-06-19
United States, New Mexico, Taos, T28N, R10E, Section 16, NMPM

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Cryptantha fendleri (A. Gray) Greene
TAFO_BLM_0146P. Knight   31781984-09-05
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Collected west of the Rio Grande Gorge at T27N R11E sec 17.

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TAFO_BLM_0237Micheal Casados   8-151981-05-21
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, T24N, R7E, Section 30, NMPM

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TAFO_BLM_0439Mike Casados   81-881981-06-19
United States, New Mexico, Taos, T28N, R10E, Section 16, NMPM

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TAFO_BLM_0622G. Tyree   4932019-06-06
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Barrancos Blancos. Turn right onto County Rd 61 from NM-68, just south of the Dixon turn-off. Take the first right (keeping right) and drive around the hill to the Embudo confluence. Park and hike up the hill, approaching from the north. Site is approx. 300ft up the hillside., 36.21435 -105.920676, 1853m

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TAFO_BLM_0635G. Tyree   532018-07-18
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Doe Spring. From Pilar, follow NM State Road 570 5.2 miles along Rio Grande. Spring is on west bank, slightly downstream from small parking area.; 36.33189 -105.74515, 36.33189 -105.74515, 1850m


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