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

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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58296E. O. Wooton   s.n.1896-06-21
U.S.A., New Mexico, no county, Malaries Ranch.

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230918Forrest Shreve   82411938-07-29
U.S.A., New Mexico, Valencia, Marshes of Rio Grande River: 2 mi North of Belen.

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18023E. O. Wooton   1721897-07-19
U.S.A., New Mexico, Dona Ana, Plains north of the White Sands., 1250m

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147267Aven Nelson, Ruth A. Nelson   11551935-03-13
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, Baboquivira Mountains: foothills.

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207752Ora M. Clark   125921944-10-01
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, Baboquivari Mountains: Marista Canyon.

RM-USFS
Armeria maritima var. sibirica (Turcz. ex Boiss.) G. H. M. Lawr.
892014James F. Fowler   62592009-07-29
U.S.A., Colorado, Park, Arapaho National Forest: Hoosier Ridge Research Natural Area: 1.5 mi E of Colo Hwy 9, 8 mi S of Breckenridge., 39.358 -106.033, 3720m

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38670A. Stecker   3281899-07-00
Canada, Labrador, Labrador coast, Rama.


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Google Map

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