Dataset: Weber State University-WSCO
Taxa: Cactaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Weber State University Herbarium


Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO006086Ste   2341965-06-09
United States, Utah, Emery, Muddy Creek, near emery

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO008184Stephen L. Clark   65292013-06-13
United States, Utah, Weber, Foothills and mountains of the Wasatch Range and adjacent valleys. Ethnobotanical plants and fruits., 39.821623 -111.759931

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO003352Stephen L. Clark   65292013-06-13
United States, Utah, Weber, Foothills and mountains of the Wasatch Range and adjacent valleys. Ethnobotanical plants and fruits., 39.821623 -111.759931

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO003353Stephen L. Clark   19771972-06-22
United States, Utah, Weber, Maylan Basin. E of Weber State College., 2469m

Weber State University:WSCO
Cari DeCoursey   282023-07-03
United States, Utah, Morgan, East Canyon Reservoir, 40.924167 111.58472, 1778m

Weber State University:WSCO
Opuntia fragilis (Nutt.) Haw.
Braden Jorgensen   322023-06-16
United States, Utah, Weber, WSU Discovery Loop, 41.192 -111.937


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