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

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


BLM:NM
TAFO_BLM_0263Michelle McInnis   432016-07-14
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Growing in spring at Big Arsenic campground just before entering the Rio Grande, 36.678488 -105.686445

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Mimulus guttatus Fisch. ex DC.
TAFO_BLM_0511G. Tyree   2322018-07-25
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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TAFO_BLM_0528G. Tyree   1752018-07-24
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Cisneros Spring. From NM-522, drive 4.0 mi W on Sunshine Valley Rd. Turn right, and turn left after 0.4 mi. Continue for 3.2 mi to Cow Patty Trail. Hike down to the river. Spring is on west bank, 290 m downstream from trail., 36.87811 -105.70545, 2239m

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TAFO_BLM_0525G. Tyree   1652018-09-26
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Chiflo Grande Spring. Spring is located at the base of the Chiflo Trail in the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, 6.3 mi down NM-378 from NM-522., 36.74226 -105.68257, 2162m

BLM:NM
Mimulus guttatus Fisch. ex DC.
TAFO_BLM_0524G. Tyree   1662018-09-26
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Chiflo Grande Spring. Spring is located at the base of the Chiflo Trail in the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, 6.3 mi down NM-378 from NM-522., 36.74226 -105.68257, 2162m

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Mimulus glabratus var. jamesii (Torr. & A. Gray ex Benth.) A. Gray
TAFO_BLM_0542G. Tyree   1382018-08-14
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Greasewood Spring. From Pilar, drive 4.9 mi north on NM-570. Spring is directly across river on west bank., 36.32742 -105.74981, 1865m

BLM:NM
Mimulus glabratus var. jamesii (Torr. & A. Gray ex Benth.) A. Gray
TAFO_BLM_0540G. Tyree   102018-06-20
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, 1913m

BLM:NM
Mimulus glabratus var. jamesii (Torr. & A. Gray ex Benth.) A. Gray
TAFO_BLM_0641G. Tyree   792018-07-10
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Spanish Peaks Ravine Spring. From the John Dunn Bridge, hike or paddle upstream on river left for 0.78 km to the GPS point.; 36.54094 -105.70441, 36.54094 -105.70441, 1985m


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