Dataset: NAVA
Taxa: pseudostellaria => Pseudostellaria, Pseudostellaria
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Navajo Nation Herbarium


NAVA
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
NAVA00006744G. Rink   
United States, Arizona, Apache, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
NAVA00006912G. Rink   6292001-06-15
United States, Arizona, Apache, Along Tsaile Creek about one mile below Tsaile Dam., 36.260744 -109.224132, 2115m

NAVA
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
NAVA00013144O'Kane, Jr., Steve L.   100942019-07-26
United States, Colorado, Custer, Navajo Nation. Wolf Springs Ranch. Vicinity of Wolf Springs., 37.896 -105.4148, 2752m

NAVA
Pseudostellaria jamesiana (Torr.) W.A. Weber & R.L. Hartman
NAVA00013243Rink, G.   161362019-07-24
United States, Arizona, Apache, Navajo Nation, along Tsaile Creek above the junction of 68 and 681, 36.38198 -109.10258, 2457m


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Google Map

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