Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bromus madritensis (Anisantha madritensis, Anisantha flabellata, Bromus flabellatus, Festuca madritensis, Festuca matritensis, Zerna madritensis), Bromus madritensis madritensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Western New Mexico University, Dale A. Zimmerman Herbarium


SNM
19084H. Loring   23922006-07-18
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Turkey Creek 2, Plot 22D, Gila River Biodiversity Study, 1455m

SNM
19425W. R. Norris, R. Kleinman   2006-5-21-2a2006-05-21
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Black Hawk Canyon, 32.72051 -108.507939, 1719m

SNM
19427W. R. Norris, R. Kleinman   2006-5-21-2b2006-05-21
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Black Hawk Canyon, 32.72051 -108.507939, 1719m

SNM
19469W. R. Norris, R. Kleinman   2006-5-7-42006-05-07
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Bear Canyon, 32.755815 -108.591986, 1481m

SNM
19590W. R. Norris, R. Kleinman   2007-4-21-12007-04-21
United States, New Mexico, Hidalgo, WD Ranch Rd, 32.47875 -108.575969, 1639m

SNM
21476W. R. Norris, R. Kleinman   2005-4-3-282005-04-03
United States, New Mexico, Hidalgo, WD Ranch Access Rd, private property, 32.478757 -108.575202, 1641m

SNM
21632W. R. Norris, R. Kleinman   2005-5-1-392005-05-01
United States, New Mexico, Hidalgo, WD Ranch Entrance Rd, 32.467319 -108.568456, 1696m

SNM
33819A.O. Flanders   2023-5-7-42023-05-07
USA, New Mexico, Grant, West side of Boston Hill, trail B, 32.7598 -108.2848, 1870m

William & Mary Herbarium


WILLI
13598Shinners, Lloyd H   175421953-12-22
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Palo Alto. Stanford University campus

General Research Observations


SEINet
Marc A. Baker   194162018-03-31
United States, CALIFORNIA, San Bernardino County, Garlic Spring, 5km SE of Fort Irwin, 4.5km south of Bicycle Lake, 16km north of the summit of Alvord Mountain, 50km NNE of Barstow, in and around spring, 35.2255 -116.6322, 709m

SEINet
M. Licher   59362019-04-09
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Sedona, Posse Grounds Park., 34.868865 -111.786787, 1381m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.