Dataset: RM-
Taxa: tetraclea => Tetraclea, Tetraclea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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247530Lloyd H. Shinners   151641953-06-16
U.S.A., New Mexico, Sierra, 8 mi N of Truth of Consequences., 33.24539 -107.268, 1473m

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549027Ralph E. Brooks   191451989-05-03
U.S.A., New Mexico, Eddy, 0.5 mi SW of junction of U.S. Hwy 62/180 and County Road 418., 32.10909 -104.42329, 1098m

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70806J. J. Thornber   91981915-08-23
U.S.A., Arizona, Cochise, Barrow Ranch: Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon.

RM-USFS
494073Robert R. Hill   2471919-08-07
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Range Reserve: northeast side of Pasture #2., 1220m

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225341J. J. Thornber   23271904-08-15
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, Camups, University of Arizona, Tucson.

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105448J. A. G. Rehn, H. L. Viereck   s.n.1902-05-13
U.S.A., New Mexico, Otero, Almogordo: mouth of Dry Canyon., 1402m

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58438E. O. Wooton   s.n.1901-08-29
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, W of the Organ Mountains: Tortugas Mountain.

RM-USFS
494074William R. Chapline   1431915-05-29
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: 3/4 miles West of Headquarters Ranch., 1220m

RM-USFS
494075Jacob D. Schoeller, J. Kramer and R. S. Campbell   4611925-11-04
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: 1 mi NE of headquarters Q. P I P., 1235m

RM-USFS
494076William R. Chapline   1441915-05-29
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: 3/4 miles West of Headquarters Ranch., 1220m

RM-USFS
494077Clarence L. Forsling   2301918-09-16
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: Headquarters.

RM
Tetraclea angustifolia Wooton & Standl.
18047E. O. Wooton   4031897-08-28
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, South of the White Sands.


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