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

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Navajo Nation Herbarium


NAVA
Triglochin concinnum var. debile (M.E. Jones) J.T. Howell
NAVA00007770A. Clifford   
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Triglochin concinnum var. debile (M.E. Jones) J.T. Howell
NAVA00007814A. Clifford   
United States, Arizona, Apache, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
Triglochin concinnum var. debile (M.E. Jones) J.T. Howell
NAVA00003467B. Hevron   
United States, Arizona, Coconino, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00004007M. Tremble   4
United States, Arizona, Navajo, SE of Winslow; Chevelon Creek near Hugo Meadows., 34.944087 -110.515453

NAVA
NAVA00012428G. Rink   143482016-08-18
United States, Utah, San Juan, Cane Valley Wash just upstream of where it dives through the west portion of Comb Ridge, along Indian Route 6440, 36.97954 -109.84896, 1420m

NAVA
NAVA00009531Daniela Roth   
United States, Arizona, Coconino, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00004108Daniela Roth   
United States, Arizona, Navajo, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00001722B. Hevron   
United States, Arizona, Coconino, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00003916B. Hevron   
United States, Arizona, Coconino, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00009411S.L. O'Kane, Jr.   
United States, Arizona, Apache, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00008660Daniela Roth   
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00010239Kenneth D. Heil   
United States, Utah, San Juan, detailed locality information protected

NAVA
NAVA00013522Rink, G.   164792020-05-14
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, Navajo land, well and water trough east of Hwy 491, south of Bennett Peak, 36.3586 -108.71709, 1695m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.