Dataset: RM-
Taxa: loeseliastrum => Loeseliastrum, Loeseliastrum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
785705Larry C. Higgins   267302005-06-09
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Arizona Strip: Beaver Dam., 36.90129 -113.93804, 577m

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Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
284481Arthur Cronquist   106131966-04-12
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Colorado River in Larrea desert: 18 mi S of Oatman., 34.75681 -114.47391, 162m

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Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
172316Aven Nelson, Ruth A. Nelson   12851935-03-26
U.S.A., Arizona, Yuma, Yuma Desert, near Mexican line., 32.44778 -114.64785, 49m

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Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
140785Bassett Maguire, H. L. Blood   44561933-05-19
U.S.A., Arizona, no county, In Covillea Desert along U.S. Hwy 91.

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Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
146042Bassett Maguire, Ruth Maguire and C. B. Maguire   49131934-04-03
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Beaver Dam River; Arizona Strip.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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