Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Amyris
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
F. Chiang   76581972-06-12
Mexico, Coahuila, Unknown, 1.5 km NE Rancho de San Marcos on the western edge of the Sierra de San Marcos., 26.81667 -102.11667, 750m

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M. C. Johnston   120191973-08-00
Mexico, Coahuila, Unknown, Ca¤on de la Gavia above (S. of) Rancho de la Gavia., 26.30833 -101.25, 1250m

SD:Plants
Amyris monophylla T. S. Brandegee
P. Tenorio L.   69681984-08-17
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tepelmeme, Ca¤ de Carrizalillo, Cerro Verde., 1600m

SD:Plants
Amyris madrensis S. Watson
SD00038069M. Dom¡nguez L.   2351991-03-08
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Cerca de El Jacinto, Ca¤on La Burrera, northeast of Todos Santos., 23.53333 -109.95, 850m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Jon Rebman   52411998-04-29
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Guadalupe: West of Mulege: West side of Cumbra de San Pedro between Ex-mision Guadalupe and San Juan de las Pilas, 26.9 -112.53333, 700m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Jose Juan Perez Navarro   10541997-10-25
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Mulege, Sierra Guadalupe, Arroyo de los Gueribos, al oeste del Rancho San Sebastian, 27.00003 -112.4, 650m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
SD00000250Jon P. Rebman   56341998-09-25
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Guadalupe: west of Mulege: Canyon Guadalupe, approx. 14 miles southwest of San Jose de Magdalena, 26.94833 -112.37083, 500m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Jon Rebman   42511997-09-20
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Guadalupe region: WNW of Mulege: near San Borjitas archeological site. Growing in canyon bottom in dense forest., 26.87333 -112.25722, 390m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
SD00038068Jon Rebman   46741997-10-29
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Guadalupe: Canyon Guadalupe: just SW of Rancho Pie de la Cuesta, between San Jos‚ de Magdalena and Mision Guadalupe, 26.93972 -112.38361, 700m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Reymundo Dominguez C.   26052002-01-15
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Mulege, Sierra de Guadalupe; El Canon, km 23 km carr. De San Jose de Magdalena a Ex-Mision de Guadalupe, 26.9347 -112.37035, 590m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Jon Rebman   60381999-10-13
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Guadalupe: W of Mulege; Guadalupe Canyon; east of the ex-Mision Guadalupe and near Rancho Pie de la Cuesta, 26.94833 -112.37083, 500m

SD:Plants
Amyris madrensis S. Watson
M. Dominguez L.   2351991-03-08
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Subida al Jacinto, Canon de La Burrera, 23.5 -110.03333, 700m

SD:Plants
Richard S. Felger   1-332001-01-30
Mexico, Sonora, Guaymas, Ca¤¢n Los Anegados, ca. 2.4 km west from Rancho Aguaje de Robinson., 28.04028 -111.13028, 50m

SD:Plants
Amyris madrensis S. Watson
Miguel Dominguez Leon   40542008-04-26
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Costa Golfo de California; Carr. La Rivera- San Jose del Cabo, 23.27472 -109.44292, 34m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Jon Rebman   269092013-06-25
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Sierra Cacachila: east of La Paz & along a dirt road approx. 4.5 miles north of the road to San Juan de Los Planes (Hwy. 286); in the vicinity of Remigio's place & corral, 24.08066 -110.11375, 725m

SD:Plants
Amyris carterae Rebman & F.Chiang
Jose Luis Leon de la Luz   10-522010-10-03
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Cacachilas; arroyo 1.7 km arriba de La Huerta, 24.04909 -110.1489, 606m

SD:Plants
G. N. Avery   5921969-01-22
United States, Florida, Dade, Matheson Hammock Park.

SD:Plants
E. West   8091952-07-23
Jamaica, Unknown, Rocky land adjacent to salt marsh, Florida Beach, near Falmouth, Trelawny.

SD:Plants
F. C. Craighead   s.n.1962-10-13
United States, Florida, Monroe, North Key Largo.


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