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

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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362719Rich Old   s.n.1985-05-17
U.S.A., Idaho, Nezperce, Near the head of Coyote Canyon., 46.4552 -116.6621

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364801Marilyn J. Samuel   5001985-06-11
U.S.A., Wyoming, Laramie, High Plains Grassland Research Station, NW of Cheyenne., 41.1978 -104.8869, 1890 - 1950m

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357929Robert D. Dorn   42761985-07-25
U.S.A., Wyoming, Laramie, Ca 3 mi W of Cheyenne., 41.1818 -104.8966, 1890m

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542680K. D. Warren   15201988-05-06
U.S.A., Colorado, Larimer, Fort Collins: south side of Spring Creek Park., 1520m

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734618William A. Weber, R. C. Witmann   186601993-06-13
U.S.A., Colorado, Las Animas, Raton Pass: frontage road 2 mi S of Exit 11, S of Trinidad.

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Brian Elliott   2931998-05-27
U.S.A., Colorado, Las Animas, Wet Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley, Sangre de Cristo Range, and Vicinity: Trinidad Lake State Park: on Colo Hwy 12, W of Trinidad., 37.1418 -104.5662, 1890m

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Brian Elliott, Kenneth Elliott   9861998-06-04
U.S.A., Colorado, Las Animas, Wet Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley, Sangre de Cristo Range, and Vicinity: Purgatoire River; E on County Road 75 from Exit 18 on I-25., 37.2146 -104.4574, 1790m

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Ronald L. Hartman, Brian Elliott   604851998-05-23
U.S.A., Colorado, Pueblo, Wet Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley, Sangre de Cristo Range, and Vicinity: I-25 just N of Scroggs Arroyo., 37.6531 -104.7653, 1662m

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872519Emily Elliott   46872008-06-17
U.S.A., Montana, Sweet Grass, Greycliff Prairie Dog Town State Monument: ca 27 air mi NW of Columbus., 45.7671 -109.7933, 1220m

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189402O. A. Stevens   4581940-06-15
U.S.A., North Dakota, Barnes, Wimbledon.

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Joseph L. M. Charboneau   62252011-06-30
U.S.A., Montana, Valley, Larb Hills (North): S of Beaver Creek, ca 4.5 air mi NNW of Ashford Spring, ca 6.5 air mi WNW of Hinsdale; ca 31.5 air mi NW of Glasgow., 48.4098 -107.2226, 674 - 723m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

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.