Dataset: RM-
Taxa: calibrachoa => Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
785702Larry C. Higgins   267382005-06-09
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Arizona Strip: Beaver Dam., 36.90129 -113.93804, 577m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
172383Aven Nelson, Ruth A. Nelson   16571935-04-27
U.S.A., Arizona, Pinal, Casa Grande Ruins vicinity near the Gila River., 33.01769 -111.51398, 427m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
494336Barnard A. Hendricks, T. W. Taylor   20551934-07-22
U.S.A., Arizona, Gila, Tonto National Forest: 2 mi above Windy Hill, Roosevelt Lake., 33.6754 -111.0832, 671m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
58091E. O. Wooton   125201894-10-00
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Mesilla Valley.

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
310580E. O. Wooton, Paul Standley   32351907-07-21
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Mesilla Valley., 32.00189 -106.63739, 1174m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
262794J. E. Foote   331959-04-23
U.S.A., Arizona, Maricopa, Verde River., 610m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
74782Leslie N. Goodding   5151910-06-29
U.S.A., Arizona, Graham, Solomonville., 32.8125 -109.6333, 915m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
49284Marcus E. Jones   41421884-09-04
U.S.A., New Mexico, Bernalillo, Albuquerque., 35.0846 -106.65219, 1494 - 1677m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
358650Ronald C. Wittmann   44761982-04-29
U.S.A., New Mexico, Sierra, Elephant Butte Reservoir: 8 mi NNE of Truth of Consequences; Lost Canyon., 33.2387 -107.19389, 1351m

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Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
494337W. Ellis Wiltbank   1411933-04-26
U.S.A., Arizona, Maricopa, Tonto National Forest; near McDowell Indian Reservation; Verde River; river bed., 33.5615 -111.6721, 396m


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Google Map

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