Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Acroptilon repens (Centaurea picris, Centaurea repens), Acroptilon repens subsp. repens
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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West Texas A&M University Herbarium


WTS
WTS0011639N. Duane Atwood   12011967-07-28
United States, Idaho, Butte, T6N, R31E; 1.5 miles north of junction 88/Lin. Blvd., 1463m

WTS
WTS0011640N. Duane Atwood   12061967-09-05
United States, Idaho, Clark, Blue Dome Inn, where Birch Creek crosses highway 28

WTS
WTS0011641O. Francke, M. Cazier   11691972-07-12
United States, Arizona, Apache, Tsaile Lake, 2134m

WTS
WTS0011642N. D. Atwood, R. Allen   27671971-06-13
United States, Utah, Kane, Ca. 8.7 miles north of Highway 89 along Cottonwood Wash Road

WTS
WTS0011643Larry C. Higgins   110471977-08-18
United States, Utah, Garfield, T36S, R5W, S2; 9 miles west of Escalante, 2073m

WTS
WTS0011644S. Welsh   149061977-06-08
United States, Utah, Grand, CC Book Mt.; T17S, R24E, S31; East Canyon, Westwater Canyon, junction with Hay Canyon, 1676m

WTS
WTS0011645R. Foster   72411978-08-11
United States, Idaho, Bannock, T9S, R35E, S15; Garden Creek, ca. 2.5 miles south of Scout Mountain, 1981m

WTS
WTS0011646Elizabeth Neese   24091976-08-10
United States, Utah, Garfield, Henry Mts.; southeast side of Mt. Heller; Hillside above Starr Springs Campground; T34S, R11E, SE ¼ S14, 1951m

WTS
WTS0011647B. Welsh, G. Moore   1741979-07-31
United States, Utah, Uintah, T8S, R20E, S10; 4.5 miles northeast of Ouray, Ouray National Wildlife Refuge, 1423m

WTS
WTS0011648R. Kass   9871982-07-08
United States, Utah, Millard, T20S, R13W, S31; House Range, 1500m

WTS
WTS0011649Barbara Ertter   25031978-08-05
United States, Idaho, Bingham, Equalizing Reservoir on Blackfoot River east of Blackfoot; T3S, R36E, SESW S6, 1378m

WTS
WTS0011650Elinor Lehto   L239031979-06-12
United States, Arizona, Yavapai, Dead Horse State Park (near Tuzigoot National Monument)

WTS
WTS0011651Noel H. Holmgren, Patricia K. Holmgren   86331977-07-19
United States, Nevada, Nye, Duckwater Creek Valley, Nevada Highway 20, vicinity of Duckwater, 24.8 km (15.4 mi) northwest of Currant; T12N, R56E, S22, 1620m

WTS
WTS0011652Larry C. Higgins   166921986-05-26
United States, Utah, Washington, Santa Clara, junction to the dead center of town; T42S, R16W, S8, 850m

WTS
WTS0011653Larry C. Higgins   79611973-07-27
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, 30 miles east of Bloomfield along highway 17

Arizona State University Pollen Collection


ASU:Pollen
1527J. Schoenwetter   1527
Canada, Alberta, Edmonton

General Research Observations


SEINet
Marc A. Baker   135841999-09-17
USA, ARIZONA, Navajo County, Second Mesa, 35.85 -110.51, 1905m

SEINet
S. Holiday   6862011-08-22
United States, Arizona, Navajo, Homolovi State Park, beside cattle tank, 35.077981 -110.638256, 1482m

SEINet
Patricia A. West   2010-1132010-06-05
USA, ARIZONA, Yavapai County, Tuzigoot National Monument: Tavasci Marsh area; E side of marsh S of the viewing platform where the trail across the marsh comes out, 34.772541 -112.021046, 1010m

SEINet
Rich Crawford   11192013-10-04
USA, Arizona, Coconino, Little Colorado River, Under the Highway Bridge at Cameron, River mile 57.1 from the confluence, 35.876815 -111.412074, 1256m

SEINet
Rich Crawford   11252013-10-04
USA, Arizona, Coconino, Little Colorado River, Under the Highway Bridge at Cameron, River mile 57.1 from the confluence, 35.877924 -111.417308, 1249m

SEINet
Tony Frates   201408310172014-08-31
US, Utah, Salt Lake, roughly 6 to 6.5 miles east of the Great Salt Lake beach/shoreline and 0.3 miles north of I-80, SW corner of industrial park in process of being developed, 40.775761 -112.038367, 1290m

SEINet
Lisa Boyd   146A2015-06-09
USA, Utah, Duchesne, Collier Nature Conservancy Property, north of Myton, Utah., 40.249006 -110.069873, 1623m

SEINet
Garrett G. Billings   2015-09-22
USA, Utah, Cache, 1200 N, near the student farm in a weedy vacant area., 41.75322 -111.80393, 1358m

SEINet
Christina K. Kilbane   172016-07-02
USA, Utah, Grand, Rio Mesa Center, at Utah Bottoms along the NW property, behind the orchard, near the water pump along the Dolores River.; 38.798538 -109.2042808267, 38.798538 -109.2042808267, 1276m

SEINet
UTC00283182Leila M. Shultz   191692003-09-28
United States, Arizona, Mohave County, Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument; road to Snap Point, 36.153447 -113.838247, 1411m

SEINet
Marc A. Baker   196732018-08-03
United States, CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles County, Piute Ponds, 300m SW of the edge of Rosamond Lake, 12km NNE of central Lancaster, 80km north of central Los Angeles, silty alkali flat, 34.7933 -118.1045, 695m

SEINet
Marc A. Baker   196752018-08-03
United States, CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles County, Piute Ponds, 600m SW of the edge of Rosamond Lake, 12km NNE of central Lancaster, 80km north of central Los Angeles, alkali flat, 34.7937 -118.1119, 695m

SEINet
MESA09175Nora Oviatt   192020-05-25
United States, Colorado, Mesa, Rabbit Valley. Cow pond just W of rabbit's ear trail apprx. .25 mi S of I-70, 39.2108 -108.95675, 1685m

SEINet
L.E. Stevens   2022-08-07
USA, Nevada, Washoe County, BLM land, in the Granite Range within the High Rock Canyon region north of Gerlach; Wagon Tire Spring (SSI #110540) at the headwaters of Wagon Tire Creek., 40.88898 -119.46927, 1849m

SEINet
C. Walton   1212022-09-22
United States, Utah, Cache, Kings Nature Park, Green Canyon., 41.768491 -111.77812

SEINet
Natalie Fronk   2023-07-05
United States, Utah, Box Elder, Park Valley in a grazed pasture., 41.783333 -113.35

Madrean Archipelago Biodiversity Assessment Observations


MABA:Plants
A. Búrquez-M.   SBV2016102000-07-07
Mexico, Sonora, Agua Prieta, Rancho San Bernardino, 31.32417 -109.26667, 1129m

MABA:Plants
A. Búrquez-M.   SBV2016112000-07-07
Mexico, Sonora, Agua Prieta, Rancho San Bernardino, 31.31944 -109.26667, 1129m


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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.