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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
Richard S. Felger   4151954-04-04
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, 18 miles by road southeast of Magdalena, on road to Cucurpe. Very rocky rugged mountain slope near Palm Canyon., 1052m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
Richard S. Felger   3521954-02-06
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, West end of Bahia San Carlos., 6m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
Richard S. Felger   50331961-01-22
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, About « mile downstream (south) from Sabino, along Rio Cuchojaque.

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
Richard S. Felger   85211963-09-09
Mexico, Sinaloa, Unknown, 2.2 miles by road southeast of Playa la Visnaga about 3/4 mile inland from beach.

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
A.C. Sanders   24871982-04-01
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, San Carlos Bay, west of Guaymas: canyon north of the bay along the road to Rancho La Manga., 27.96667 -111.06667, 91m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
A.C. Sanders   94851989-09-08
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Rio Mayo drainage: ca. 13 miles west of Alamos on the road to Navojoa.

SD:Plants
A.C. Saunders   46321984-01-03
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Fourteen miles west of Alamos on the highway to Navojoa, east facing slopes of a limestone hill 0.8 miles N of the highway & just W of the road to Lake Mocuzari, adjacent to a cement plant, 27.11667 -109.16667

SD:Plants
Ricahrd S. Felger   s.n.1995-01-03
Mexico, Sonora, Guaymas, 0.5 km SE of mouth of Ca¤¢n del Nacapule, SE side of Sierra del Aguaje, along wash leading SE from canyon entrance, ca 50-100 m eastward from canyon entrance, 28.01528 -111.04944, 150m

SD:Plants
T. R. Van Devender   2001-1622001-02-12
Mexico, Sonora, Yecora, 28.43 -109.19194, 650m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
Ira L. Wiggins   116571948-05-07
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Cajon de Comajito, 10 miles east of Imuris on road to Cananea.

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
R.M. Turner   64-121964-04-17
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, 5.9 miles (by road) north of La Pintada., 168m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
Werner Rauh   255701970-10-15
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, San Carlos Bay, Guaymas., 27.96667 -110.98333

SD:Plants
J. Redowski   270211970-02-11
Mexico, Guerrero, Chilpancingo, 6 km al W de Mazatlan, 1550m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus deppeanus (Cham. & Schltdl.) G. Don
F. Ventura A.   10411970-05-07
Mexico, Puebla, Hueytamalco, El Popual, 1500m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus deppeanus (Cham. & Schltdl.) G. Don
F. Ventura A.   10401970-05-07
Mexico, Puebla, Hueytamalco, El Popual, 1500m

SD:Plants
Redzowski   273301970-05-25
Mexico, Mexico, Unknown, 5 km al E de Zoquiapan, sobre la carretera a Puebla, 2500m

SD:Plants
W.R. Anderson   58361970-02-22
Mexico, Michoacan, Unknown, 7-15 km by road from Ario de Rosales on road to Gabriel Zamora; descent into valley of Rio Cajones, 100m

SD:Plants
SD00000073C. G. Pringle   102441906-05-22
Mexico, Oaxaca, Unknown, On Alnus, Sierra de San Felipe., 3050m

SD:Plants
J. Rzedowski   303901973-04-01
Mexico, Mexico, Unknown, La Ci‚nega, 4 km al S de Sultepec, 2350m

SD:Plants
Struthanthus hunnewellii I. M. Johnston
S. Moreno G.   1811973-05-12
Mexico, Mexico, Temascaltepec, Cieneguillas, 14 km al N de Temascaltepec, 2300m

SD:Plants
Warren Douglas Stevens   12431971-07-14
Guatemala, Solol , Unknown, About 2.2 mi S of Santiago Atitlan on road to San Pedro La Laguna

SD:Plants
Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
E. Lehto   L-194731975-11-24
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Bahia de San Carlos, southwest of Marina.


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