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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
   s.n.1897-05-01
United States, Colorado, Ingham

SD:Plants
Enemion occidentale (Hook. & Arn.) J.R. Drumm. & Hutch.
Craig Reiser   s.n.1989-04-10
United States, California, Kern, Keene Ranch, 35.21088 -118.56126

SD:Plants
M.S. Snyder   s.n.1890-04-28
United States, Illinois, Urbana

SD:Plants
F.B. Foster   s.n.1882-00-00
United States, Ohio, Oxford

SD:Plants
Ray C. Friesner   11471934-04-14
United States, Indiana, Marion, Along White River, Butler University campus

SD:Plants
Enemion occidentale (Hook. & Arn.) J.R. Drumm. & Hutch.
John Weiler   611441961-05-12
United States, California, Kern, 3.8 miles southeast of Greenhorn Mountains Park on the road from Wofford Heights, 35.72198 -118.51507

SD:Plants
Enemion occidentale (Hook. & Arn.) J.R. Drumm. & Hutch.
Clare B. Hardham   66621961-03-22
United States, California, Monterey, Santa Lucia Mountains, upper Nacimiento River, 35.8071 -120.7655, 457m


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