Dataset: RM-
Taxa: Desmatodon
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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Desmatodon cernuus (Hüb.) B. S. G.
519401A. C. Crundwell   4941954-08-09
Norway, Vestspitsbergen, Moskushamn.

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Desmatodon convolutus (Brid.) Grout
320040Seville Flowers   2615
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Virgin River Narrows.

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Desmatodon convolutus (Brid.) Grout
852621Robin Jones   28451996-09-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Snake River Plain., 43.45 -116.2, 980m

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Desmatodon convolutus (Brid.) Grout
852622Robin Jones   28421996-09-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Snake River Plain., 43.45 -116.2, 980m

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Desmatodon convolutus (Brid.) Grout
852623Robin Jones   28231996-09-07
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Snake River Plain: Five Mile Creek., 43.55 -116.2, 900m

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Desmatodon convolutus (Brid.) Grout
852660Robin Jones   28231996-09-07
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Snake River Plain: Five Mile Creek., 43.55 -116.2, 900m

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Desmatodon convolutus (Brid.) Grout
852717Robin Jones   28421996-09-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Sanke River Plain., 43.45 -116.2, 980m

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Desmatodon hendersonii (Ren. & Card.) Williams
519402Frederick J. Hermann   198161965-04-30
U.S.A., Arizona, Gila, Tonto National Forest: Mazatzal Mountains: Rock Creek, 12 mi SE of Tonto Basin., 1220m

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Desmatodon latifolius (Hedw.) Brid.
370295Wilhelm Arnell   s.n.1913-07-00
Sweden, Jämtland, Undersåker, Edsåsen auf erdbedeckten Felsen., 60m

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Desmatodon latifolius (Hedw.) Brid.
320046Seville Flowers   32391951-06-17
U.S.A., Utah, Kane, Kanab Canyon: Cave Lakes: Third Cave Lake., 1524m

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461899Frederick J. Hermann   177101962-08-03
U.S.A., Wyoming, Albany, Medicine Bow Mountains: S of Brooklyn Lake, 9 mi W of Centennial., 3049m

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852624Robin Jones, INPS Rare Plant Conference moss field trip participants.   30661998-02-12
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Short rock wall, adajacent to well watered lawn in Boise., 43.6 -116.166667, 880m

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852658Robin Jones, INPS Rare Plant Conference moss field trip participants.   30671998-02-12
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Short rock wall, adajacent to well watered lawn in Boise., 43.6 -116.166667, 880m

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319937Seville Flowers   97061964-09-05
U.S.A., Utah, Duchesne, Ottoson-Rock Creek Divide., 3796m

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2166Seville Flowers   21661937-08-10
U.S.A., Utah, Summit, Near Mirror Lake., 3049m

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320041Seville Flowers   23981941-08-17
U.S.A., Utah, Summit, Soapstone Creek: Upper Falls., 2805m

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320042Seville Flowers   23961941-08-08
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Big Cottonwood Canyon., 2317m

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Desmatodon laureri (Schultz) B. S. G.
320045Seville Flowers   17131939-08-10
U.S.A., Utah, Summit, Henry's Fork.

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Desmatodon leucostoma (R. Br.) Berggr.
291765Frederick J. Hermann   253391973-06-19
U.S.A., Wyoming, Sublette, Wind River Range: W shore of Lower Green River Lake, 50 mi N of Pinedale., 2424m

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Desmatodon obtusifolius (Schwaegr.) Schimp.
320039Seville Flowers   6251926-07-28
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Mt. Timpanogos: Stewarts Fork., 1707m

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Desmatodon obtusifolius (Schwaegr.) Schimp.
319955Seville Flowers   55961958-07-14
U.S.A., Utah, San Juan, Colorado River: Lake Canyon.

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Desmatodon obtusifolius (Schwaegr.) Schimp.
319954Seville Flowers   73161947-08-06
U.S.A., Utah, Salt Lake, Wasatch Mountains: below Brighton., 2317m

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Desmatodon obtusifolius (Schwaegr.) Schimp.
319956Seville Flowers   82461954-09-10
U.S.A., Utah, San Juan, Indian Canyon, near Kelly's Ranch., 1646m

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Desmatodon obtusifolius (Schwaegr.) Schimp.
852826P. M. Eckel   542921985-07-10
U.S.A., Wyoming, Weston, Outskirts N of Newcastle on U.S. 85.

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299757Frederick J. Hermann   274611976-08-26
U.S.A., Colorado, Clear Creek, S shore of Naylor Lake, 10 mi SSW of Georgetown., 3567m

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Desmatodon guepinii Bruch & Schimp.
B. E. Nelson   125671985-07-18
U.S.A., Wyoming, Park, Northern Absarokas: "Battleship Mountain", ca 2.5 air mi NW of Dead Indian Pass, ca 24.3 air mi NW of Cody., 44.7594 -109.4322, 1951 - 2012m


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