Dataset: LLC-
Search Criteria: Mexico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Our Lady of the Lake University Herbarium


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Eustoma exaltatum (L.) Salisb. ex G. Don
00000025Harde LeSueur   2461936-08-06
Mexico, Chihuahua, Meoqui.

LLC
00000291Harde LeSueur   1661936-06-24
Mexico, Chihuahua, Majalca.

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Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennell
00000783Fred A. Barkley   140951944-01-05
Mexico, Guerrero, Acapulco de Juárez, Northwest of Acapulco, Pie de la Cuesta.

LLC
00001089Fred A. Barkley   14487B1944-03-26
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, 23 miles north of Sabinas Hidalgo.

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00001507Fred A. Barkley   141091944-01-17
Mexico, Guerrero, About 2 miles east of Acapulco, above Playa Hornita.

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Haplophyton cimicidum auct. non A. DC.
00001719Harde LeSueur   s.n.1936-08-06
Mexico, Chihuahua, Meoqui

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Valeriana apiifolia A.Gray. ex S.Wats.
00001825Howard Scott Gentry   19761935-10-07
Mexico, Chihuahua, Guicorichi, Rio Mayo.

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Condalia Cav.
00002216Fred A. Barkley   1944-03-24
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Thirty-six miles northeast Sabinas Hidalgo.

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00002519Harde LeSueur   s.n.1935-06-19
Mexico, Chihuahua, Ray Brown's Mine.

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00002870E. Rechinthin   s.n.1931-06-27
Mexico, Coahuila, Acuña, Villa Acuña.

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Clematis drummondii Torr. & A. Gray
00003290Harde LeSueur   1921936-08-01
Mexico, Chihuahua, Northwest of Chihuahua.

LLC
00005282Edna V. McNeil   1661937-02-20
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Mamulique Pass.

LLC
00005209Fred A. Barkley   145511944-03-26
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, 12 miles north of Sabinas Hidalgo.

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00005262Harde LeSueur   6841936-06-24
Mexico, Chihuahua, Majalca.

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Notholaena bonariensis (Willd.) C. Chr.
00004539Harde LeSueur   2201935-08-20
Mexico, Chihuahua, Majalca.

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Stylophorum diphyllum (Michx.) Nutt.
00004605Edna V. McNeil   1851937-02-21
Mexico, Coahuila, Near Saltillo.


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