Dataset: PAC-
Search Criteria: Mexico; Oaxaca; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Pennsylvania State University Herbarium


PAC
PAC0030325Donald R. Windler   9661966-06-21
Mexico, Oaxaca, 1 mile N of Oaxaca, Road 190, radio tower, 17.119604 -96.76127, 1554m

PAC
PAC0096801Jonathan Sauer   11461947-07-19
Mexico, Oaxaca, Yanhuitlan

PAC
Bulbostylis pubescens (Presl) Svenson
PAC0095446R. Kral   277391966-08-23
Mexico, Oaxaca, 3.7 miles W of Zanatepec along Mexico highway 190

PAC
Fimbristylis annua (All.) Roem. & Schult.
PAC0095587R. Kral   253301965-08-04
Mexico, Oaxaca, 3.9 miles W of Zanuntepec, along Mexico 190

PAC
PAC0095589R. Kral   277851966-08-25
Mexico, Oaxaca, 13.6 miles S of cutoff to Jesus Carranza along Mexico 190

PAC
undetermined
PAC0093988unknown   1831940-09-08
Mexico, Oaxaca, Chiltepec, 22m

PAC
Stelis emarginata (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Solano
PAC0097679R. E. Schultes   7701939-07-01
Mexico, Oaxaca, San Andres Teotilalpam, Cuicatlan District, 650m

PAC
PAC0091001Michael J. Warnock   25401981-10-19
Mexico, Oaxaca, 6.5 miles NE turnoff to Ixtlan de Juarez on Route 175, roadcut S of road

PAC
undetermined
PAC0091000Michael J. Warnock   25411981-10-20
Mexico, Oaxaca, 7.2 mile NE turnoff to Ixtlan de Juarez on route 175, E facing slope above road, pine-oak forest, Oacaca

PAC
undetermined
PAC0091002Michael J. Warnock   25391981-10-19
Mexico, Oaxaca, 7.6 miles NE turnoff to Ixtlan de Juarez on route 175, roadcut S of road, Oacaca

PAC
undetermined
PAC0091009Michael J. Warnock   25371981-10-19
Mexico, Oaxaca, 0.5 mi. NE turnoff to Llano de Flores on Rt. 175, NW facing slope, pine-oak woods

PAC
PAC0090999Michael J. Warnock   25421981-10-20
Mexico, Oaxaca, 16.5 miles NE junction Route 175 and Route 190 on 175, 1 mile W of Puerto, SE facing slope along stream


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