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

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


BLM:NM
TAFO_BLM_0175Jessa Davis   22015-08-10
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, From Highway 68, turn left onto Highway 75 towards Dixon, NM. From Hwy. 75, turn right onto County Road 580. From County Road 580, turn right onto Country Road 69. Drive about 1.5 miles, and pull off to the trailhead on the left and park., 36.167111 -105.820556

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TAFO_BLM_0176Alec Latuszek   22015-08-26
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, From the junction of Highway 285 and 599 in the city of Santa Fe, NM, head south on Highway 599. From Highway 599, take the Camino la Tierra exit on right. Continue on Camino la Tierra for approximately 8 miles. Turn right (North) onto Old Buckman Road. Continue on Old Buckman Road for approximately 2 miles to reach the population site along the road., 35.74775 -106.099667

BLM:NM
TAFO_BLM_0174Sophie Duncan   1102016-09-13
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Driving south on 68 through Espanola, turn left onto 76 and drive 1.6 miles to the Santa Cruz Country Store. Proceed another 0.7 miles down 76 to the wash across from the Camino de Paz school., 35.9893889 -106.0286389, 1768m

BLM:NM
Peritoma serrulata (Pursh) DC.
TAFO_BLM_0425M. Casados   81-772017-06-16
United States, New Mexico, Taos, T24, R10E

BLM:NM
SWSP22_NM1244NM930   2022-09-21
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Population was in Santa Fe County, Taos BLM Field Office, in the Caja del Rio Plateau area, along an arroyo which crosses Dead Dog Leg Road., 35.7484931189492 -106.103880838919, 1859m

BLM:NM
SWSP22_NM1254NM930   2022-10-12
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Population was in Taos BLM Field Office, south of Diablo Canyon along Old Buckman Rd, 35.77115025 -106.1123143, 1833m


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