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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Amadeo M. Rea   11631986-08-20
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Onavas, 4 miles north of pueblo, 28.46667 -109.53333, 200m

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Richard S. Felger   80-321980-09-06
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Bahia San Carlos, 27.95417 -111.05417

SD:Plants
Richard S. Felger   117091965-01-08
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Cerro del Vigia, Guaymas, 365m

SD:Plants
SD00025207Jon Rebman   33941996-09-15
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, South of Todos Santos; near Rancho San Pedro on the coast, 23.38333 -110.21667, 60m

SD:Plants
Jon Rebman   43021997-09-21
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra Guadalupe: between San Jos‚ de Magdalena and San Sebastian; on Cuesta Chilina., 27.08333 -112.35, 350m

SD:Plants
Reymundo Dominguez C.   16151996-09-20
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, 15 km al NE de Todos Santos, cerca de Rancho El Tunal, 23.46667 -110.11667, 75m

SD:Plants
Wendy C. Hodgson   95731995-09-02
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Sierra San Francisco, on mesa overlooking Canon Solidad (also called C. Brinco)., 27.6475 -113.02417, 930m

SD:Plants
Jos‚ Juan P‚rez Navarro   13062000-09-27
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Santa Rita., 24.61667 -111.48333, 104m

SD:Plants
M. Dom¡nguez L.   25321998-09-03
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Arroyo Las Sabanillas., 23.25 -110.13333, 180m

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Miguel Dominguez Le¢n   28182000-09-15
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Loreto, Sierra de La Giganta; Parte Alta de La cuesta del Lado W. del Poblado Agua Verde., 25.5 -111.05, 200m

SD:Plants
Wendy Hodgson   111071998-07-19
United States, Arizona, Pima, North flanks of Santa Rita Mountains, north side of Rosemont Canyon and road., 31.85 -110.71667, 1440m

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Jon P. Rebman   76892001-10-22
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Unknown, Approx. 50 miles east of Ciudad Constitution, east of Rancho Tijuana near the top of the cuesta., 25.20028 -111.02917, 450m

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L. Moreno   99-281999-08-24
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Sobre el Arroyo, Rumbo Canon Los Anegados; Ejido Francisco Villa, 28.03028 -111.14083, 50m

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Richard S. Felger   T74-21974-09-08
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Isla Tibur¢n; southeast side of Agua Dulce Valley, ca. 12 miles southward from Tecomate., 28.95556 -112.40833, 280m

SD:Plants
Jon Rebman   252682012-10-08
Mexico, Baja California, Ensenada, Sierra de La Libertad: south of Bahia de Los Angeles; along the trail between Campo San Joaquin and Arroyo La Bocana on the eastern side of the Sierra; on east-facing slopes above the arroyos, 28.57533 -113.56046, 1080m

SD:Plants
Jon Rebman   308132015-10-27
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Vicinity of Playa San Pedrito (La Palmas) between Todos Santos and El Pescadero: flat area on top of rocky peaks just north of Playa San Pedrito, 23.40278 -110.21782, 170m

SD:Plants
Reymundo Dominguez Cadena   24232001-10-12
Mexico, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Sierra Pichilingue. Carretera a Pichilingue, 1 km Por Carretera a Puerto Cerralvo., 24.2 -110.26667, 15m

SD:Plants
Wyatt W. Jones   s.n.1947-08-03
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Bisbee

SD:Plants
Wyatt W. Jones   s.n.
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Douglas

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Reid Moran   133931966-07-17
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Unknown, Ca¤on de Nogales, Rio Guayalejo, 5 miles east of San Vicente, 23.41667 -99.21667, 600m

SD:Plants
W. A. Kizer   s.n.1966-08-03
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Douglas

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
Pinkava   P-128001975-03-15
Mexico, Sinaloa, Unknown, 0.8 miles from Tobora and 98.3 miles south of Sonora-Sinaloa line, Route 15

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
J. T. Atwood, Jr.   AN-781975-07-02
Nicaragua, Granada, Unknown, Volcan Mombacho

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
A. C. Sanders   25691982-04-03
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Upper crossing of the Rio Cuchujaqui, about 7 air miles east-southeast of Alamos, 26.98333 -108.83333, 305m

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
Geoffrey A. Levin   19561988-01-15
Mexico, Sinaloa, Unknown, 2.7 km W of Microondas Culagua, ca. 70 km (road) SE of Culiacan on Highway 15, 24.18333 -107, 100m

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
Dorothy Wylie   s.n.1947-01-23
Honduras, NULL, Unknown, El Zamorano, near Tegucigalpa

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
Ira L. Wiggins   131421955-03-17
Mexico, Sinaloa, Unknown, 8 miles south of Pericos., 145m

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
R. S. Meenley   s.n.1951-03-25
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Base of Paulle Mountain, ca. 10 miles southwest of Alamos

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
Reid Moran   147021968-01-15
Mexico, Sinaloa, Unknown, 9 miles southeast of Escuinapa, 22.76667 -105.63333, 50m

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
Katherine K. Muller   29441970-03-24
Mexico, Sinaloa, Unknown, 3 miles east of El Fuerte

SD:Plants
Cochlospermum vitifolium (Willd.) Spreng.
G. Mart¡nez Calder¢n   16051968-01-16
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tuxtepec, Tuxtepec, 18m

SD:Plants
J. T. Atwood, Jr.   AN-671975-07-01
Nicaragua, Granada, Unknown, Volcan Mombacho.

SD:Plants
F. Ventura A.   165941979-11-17
Mexico, Veracruz, Unknown, Villa Isla

SD:Plants
W. R. Anderson   60031970-03-05
Mexico, Jalisco, Unknown, Ca. 5 km by road east of Las Palmas, on road from San Sebastian to Puerto Vallarta, 300m

SD:Plants
Guadalupe Mart¡nez-Calder¢n   10951966-10-10
Mexico, Veracruz, Unknown, Ciudad Aleman Cosamaloapan, 100m

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-05-01
United States, California, Unknown, Ex hort: Annatto

SD:Plants
Warren Douglas Stevens   11421971-06-28
Mexico, Yucat n, Unknown, At km 28 on road from M‚rida to Progreso

SD:Plants
Bixa orellana var. urucurana (Willd.) O. Kuntze
E. Solano C.   5681988-11-03
Mexico, Oaxaca, Putla, Distrito de Putla, ca 1 km al Sw del Puente Grande, Orilla del Rio Grande, 810m


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