Dataset: Utah Tech University-UTU
Taxa: Acanthaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Utah Tech University Herbarium


Utah Tech University:UTU
Thunbergia alata Bojer ex Sims
UTU000022L.C. Higgins   284922008-11-20
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George; at the frounds around the Dixie Regional Medical Center - River Road and 600 South, 850m

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Thunbergia alata Bojer ex Sims
UTU000021L.C. Higgins   285022008-12-01
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George, at the grounds around the Dixie Regional Medical Center, river road and 600 south., 850m

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Stenandrium barbatum Torr. & A. Gray
UTU000020L.C. Higgins   29411970-04-10
United States, Texas, Brewster, Ca. 6.5 miles east of Agua Fria Springs.

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Stenandrium barbatum Torr. & A. Gray
UTU000019L.C. Higgins   29411970-04-10
United States, Texas, Brewster, Ca. 6.5 miles east of Agua Fria Springs.

Utah Tech University:UTU
Stenandrium barbatum Torr. & A. Gray
UTU000018W. Benson   691970-04-00
United States, Texas, Presidio, 2 miles south of Shafter on Highway 67

Utah Tech University:UTU
Stenandrium barbatum Torr. & A. Gray
UTU000017W. Benson   691970-04-00
United States, Texas, Presidio, 2 miles south fof Shafter on highway 67

Utah Tech University:UTU
Ruellia simplex C. Wright
UTU000027L.C. Higgins   29387
United States, Utah, Washington, Bloomington Hills

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Ruellia simplex C. Wright
UTU000015L.C. Higgins   288202009-10-20
United States, Utah, Washington, Bloomington Hills Subdivision of St. George., 37.0603 -113.5561, 870m

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Ruellia californica I.M.Johnst.
UTU000014L.C. Higgins   296542013-06-13
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, City of Chandler, 1126 West Elliot Road, 305m

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Ruellia californica I.M.Johnst.
UTU000013L.C. Higgins   297062013-11-28
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, City of Chandler, along Elliot Road West, 305m

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UTU000012L.C. Higgins   284912008-11-20
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George, at the grounds around the Dixie Regional Medical Center, river road and 600 south., 850m

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UTU000023L.C. Higgins   274592006-07-06
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George., 850m

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UTU000011L.C. Higgins   272542006-05-19
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George. Around town., 800m

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UTU000010L.C. Higgins   268552005-09-01
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George., 836m

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UTU000009L.C Higgins   270152005-11-09
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George, at 200 East 200-300 South., 820m

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Ruellia brittoniana Leonard ex Fernald
UTU000008L.C. Higgins   250762003-10-09
United States, Utah, Washington Co., St. George, along streets & vacant lots, or cultivated., 37.105552 -113.563537, 853m

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UTU000007L.C. Higgins   238952002-07-25
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George

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Anisacanthus wrightii (Torr.) A.Gray
UTU000006L.C. Higgins   295002012-05-30
United States, Utah, Washington, Along the Santa Clara River 1 mile southwest of St. George., 790m

Utah Tech University:UTU
Anisacanthus thurberi (Torr.) A.Gray
UTU000005L.C. Higgins   282872008-09-05
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George., 850m

Utah Tech University:UTU
Anisacanthus thurberi (Torr.) A.Gray
UTU000004L.C. Higgins   279462007-09-28
United States, Utah, Washington Co., St. George., 37.1058 -113.5776, 850m

Utah Tech University:UTU
Anisacanthus thurberi (Torr.) A.Gray
UTU000003L.C. Higgins   274182006-06-26
United States, Utah, Washington Co., St. George., 37.105552 -113.563537, 850m

Utah Tech University:UTU
Anisacanthus thurberi (Torr.) A.Gray
UTU000002L.C. Higgins   275832006-10-16
United States, Utah, Washington, St. George., 850m


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