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

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Bureau of Land Management - New Mexico State Offices


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TAFO_BLM_0403Hannah Lee   122015-06-03
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Follow state road 68 south towards Santa Fe. After 23 miles, take a left onto 75E. After 3 miles, take a slight right onto 580. Continue on CO rd 69 for about 2.5 miles. Park at lot on left and cross river bed. Follow trail 50 meters to the left., 36.167361 -105.817472

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TAFO_BLM_0712Michelle McInnis   242016-08-13
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Long the Rio Chama, 36.411089 -106.696939

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TAFO_BLM_0404P. Kennedy   
United States, New Mexico, Taos, BLM Wild and Scenic River, Prey Base study, transect PJ-1

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TAFO_BLM_0558G. Tyree   4802019-09-25
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Osprey Spring. Spring is 941.4 m north of the John Dunn Bridge on river left of the Rio Grande, past Spanish Peaks Harbour spring., 36.54235 -105.70359, 1994m

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TAFO_BLM_0617G. Tyree   4942019-05-29
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Park at NM-75 pull-out at mile marker 10. Follow trail south from the road for 0.5 miles, into a drainage. Specimen was collected in this drainage., 36.19910278 -105.7580917, 2224m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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