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

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


RM
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P. Beauv.
Hollis Marriott   16761982-07-26
U.S.A., Wyoming, Crook, Black Hills: Devils Tower National Monument: at Tower., 44.5925 -104.717, 1326m

RM
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P. Beauv.
911138Yelena I. Kosovich-Anderson   220302016-08-30
U.S.A., Wyoming, Crook, Black Hills: Devils Tower National Monument: Tower Trail., 44.593183 -104.715217, 1311 - 1341m

RM
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P. Beauv.
911239Yelena I. Kosovich-Anderson   204892015-09-13
U.S.A., Wyoming, Crook, Black Hills: Devils Tower National Monument: south-western foothills of the Tower, downhill the Vegetation Restoration area sign., 44.58985 -104.71845, 1341m

RM
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P. Beauv.
911173Yelena I. Kosovich-Anderson   205722015-09-14
U.S.A., Wyoming, Crook, Black Hills: Devils Tower National Monument: Sewage Disposal Pond vicinity., 44.595167000000004 -104.717367, 1250 - 1280m

RM
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P. Beauv.
911290Yelena I. Kosovich-Anderson   204552015-09-12
U.S.A., Wyoming, Crook, Black Hills: Devils Tower National Monument: Tower Trail, ca 0.9 mi NW of Belle Fourche River Campground, base of the Tower., 44.59345 -104.716267, 1311m

RM
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P. Beauv.
911298Yelena I. Kosovich-Anderson   204792015-09-13
U.S.A., Wyoming, Crook, Black Hills: Devils Tower National Monument: south-western foothills of the Tower, downhill the Vegetation Restoration area sign., 44.589883 -104.718267, 1341m

RM
Braunia squarrulosa (Hampe) Broth. c. fr.
299763Frederick J. Hermann   264291975-02-09
México, Chiapas, Along Route 190, 15 mi SE of San Cristóbal de Las Casas., 2073m

RM-USFS
Braunia squarrulosa (Hampe) Broth. c. fr.
519260Jennie V. A. Dieterle   31921963-12-01
México, Guerrero, 10 km W of Camotla, Municipio de Chichihualco, ca 40 km W of Chilpancingo., 2500m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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