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

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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B. E. Nelson   665252005-09-13
U.S.A., Arizona, Coconino, Coconino National Forest: Skunk Canyon where Forest Road 720 crosses, ca 3.5 air mi S of Flagstaff., 35.1452 -111.6394, 2104 - 2119m

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544614Robert D. Dorn   50391989-08-03
U.S.A., Wyoming, Laramie, Crow Creek at west edge of Cheyenne., 41.1388 -104.8393, 1860m

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170256F. K. Vreeland   6341900-07-20
U.S.A., Colorado, Huerfano, Cucharas Creek., 2287m

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53149Francis Ramaley   12951905-07-18
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Near Boulder., 1700m

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30353Francis Ramaley   8831901-08-20
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Boulder Canyon.

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43639Frank Tweedy   53411902-07-00
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Near Boulder., 1524 - 1829m

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170255George E. Osterhout   24731901-06-25
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Boulder.

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31127George E. Osterhout   24731901-06-25
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Boulder.

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170258George E. Osterhout   48431912-09-09
U.S.A., Colorado, Weld, Windsor.

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170257George E. Osterhout   73311930-10-18
U.S.A., Colorado, Weld, Windsor.

RM-USFS
493130Paul L. Ginter   7011942-06-29
U.S.A., Colorado, Larimer, Roosevelt National Forest: Fort Collins: Poudre on E Prospect St., 1494m

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577037Tim Hogan   19471992-07-27
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Boulder Mountain Parks: along Bear Creek.

RM-USFS
493131Peter F. Stickney   11031964-08-08
U.S.A., Montana, Missoula, Duncan Drive 1/4 mi N of Missoula City Limits., 46.884 -113.988, 1021m

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958294Robert D. Dorn   122092018-08-22
U.S.A., South Dakota, Custer, Ca 6 mi SE of Pringle along Road 682., 43.538333 -103.523333, 1311m

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958293Robert D. Dorn   122092018-08-22
U.S.A., South Dakota, Custer, Ca 6 mi SE of Pringle along Road 682., 43.538333 -103.523333, 1311m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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