Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Jamesia => Jamesia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Jamesia americana var. rosea J.A. Purpus ex C.K. Schneid.
Darley F. Howe   11781941-08-09
United States, California, Inyo, Lone Pine Creek, Sierra Nevadas., 36.58204 -118.25207, 3048m

SD:Plants
Jamesia americana var. rosea J.A. Purpus ex C.K. Schneid.
Robert F. Thorne   561141983-07-01
United States, California, Inyo, Panamint Mts: On rocky slope, upper end of Water Canyon., 36.2323 -117.07787, 2347m

SD:Plants
Jamesia tetrapetala N.H. Holmgren & P.K. Holmgren
J.C. Lyman   10371990-07-08
United States, Nevada, White Pine, Humboldt National Forest, North Snake Range, Deep Canyon., 2926m

SD:Plants
Jamesia americana Torr. & Gray
L. R. Landrum   91101997-08-07
United States, Arizona, Pima, Coronado National Forest; Mr. Lemmon, near summit at ski area along road, 0.5-1 m. below substation., 32.41667 -110.78333, 2743m

SD:Plants
Jamesia americana Torr. & Gray
Wendy C. Hodgson   149902001-09-22
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Coronado National Forest, Huachuca Mountains, along Crest Trail (103)_ and Arizona Trail at Bear Saddle, ca. 1.5 miles west of Bathtub Springs., 31.41127 -110.32462, 2477m

SD:Plants
Jamesia gracilis
Richard S. Felger   8-492008-01-30
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Isla Tiburon; El Monumento., 28.76785 -112.25381, 10m

SD:Plants
Jamesia gracilis
Benjamin T. Wilder   9-332009-02-27
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Isla Datil, east central side on the north side of a high mountain ridge., 28.72417 -112.29227, 70m

SD:Plants
   s.n.1899-00-00
United States, New Mexico, Colfax, Chicorico Canyon.

SD:Plants
Jamesia americana var. rosea J.A. Purpus ex C.K. Schneid.
Darley F. Howe   s.n.1941-08-09
United States, California, Inyo, Mr. Whitney; Trail from Lone Pine Creek., 36.56787 -118.26194, 3353m

SD:Plants
Jamesia americana var. rosea J.A. Purpus ex C.K. Schneid.
I. W. Clokey   75591937-07-01
United States, Nevada, Clark, Charleston Mts; Little Falls. Rocky ground below cliffs., 2500m

SD:Plants
Jamesia americana var. rosea J.A. Purpus ex C.K. Schneid.
Reid Moran   83851960-09-01
United States, California, Inyo, North of Heart Lake, on granite faces., 36.77 -118.36667, 3400m


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