Dataset: NAVA
Taxa: Grayia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Navajo Nation Herbarium


NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00009286Kenneth D. Heil   
United States, Arizona, Navajo, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00009481A. Clifford   
United States, Arizona, Coconino, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00005384B. Hevron   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00004402Daniela Roth   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00004475Daniela Roth   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00001065D. Atwood   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00001066B. Hevron   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00004778Glenn Rink   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00010751Daniela Roth   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00012591N.Talkington   17051022017-05-10
United States, Utah, San Juan, 1.7 miles North of Montezuma Creek off of Hwy 262., 37.286444 -109.296093, 1415m

NAVA
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.
NAVA00013324Kenneth D. Heil   214562003-05-07
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Navajo Nation. South side of Navajo Mtn. Jackrabbit Canyon (upper). Stock trail from top to bottom, 36.976667 -110.789444, 1800m


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