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

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


BLM:NM
TAFO_BLM_0427Audrey K. Nes   81-911980-06-00
United States, New Mexico, Taos, T28N, R11E, Section 16; Found at El Aguaje Spring

BLM:NM
MENTZELIA humilis (Gray) J. Darl.
CFO201909181230Catherine Johns, Aly Ennis, Alex Nelson   NM080-2412019-09-18
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Walnut Canyon-Black River, 32.1103 -104.39681, 1065m

BLM:NM
MENTZELIA strictissima (Woot. & Standl.) J. Darl.
CFO201907171235Catherine Johns   NM080-2252019-07-17
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Pierce Canyon-Pecos River, 32.199 -103.95244, 927m

BLM:NM
MENTZELIA humilis (Gray) J. Darl.
CFO201711131530J. Adams, K. Sandbom   NM080-134
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Yeso Hills, 32.01308 -104.43288, 1164m

BLM:NM
MENTZELIA humilis (Gray) J. Darl.
CFO201711101340K. Sandbom   NM080-1252017-11-10
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Salt Lake off Old Hwy 128, 32.33703 -103.93171, 916m

BLM:NM
MENTZELIA humilis (Gray) J. Darl.
CFO201711060000C. Black, J. Adams   NM080-101
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Seven River Hills, 32.5606 -104.41996, 1042m

BLM:NM
MENTZELIA humilis (Gray) J. Darl.
CFO201711031500C. Black, K. Sandbom, J. Adams   NM080-1172017-11-03
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Ben Slaughter, 32.04196 -104.31068, 1059m

BLM:NM
Mentzelia laciniata (Rydb.) J. Darl.
TAFO_BLM_0589G. Tyree   2482018-08-08
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Drive 1.2 mi north of Rio Grande Gorge Visitor's Center on NM-68. Park at old BLM parking area and hike downhill from the SW corner to wash. Population is ~50 m SW within wash floor., 36.276171 -105.771949, 1909m

BLM:NM
Mentzelia humilis (Gray) J. Darl.
SWSP22_NM1265NM080   2022-09-06
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Population was in the Carlsbad BLM Field Office in North Fork Draw., 32.01942 -104.436231, 1128m


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