Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aloe maculata (Aloe macracantha, Aloe obscura, Aloe saponaria var. ficksburgensis, Aloe saponaria var. saponaria), Aloe maculata subsp. maculata (Aloe latifolia), Aloe maculata subsp. ficksburgensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Aloe latifolia (Haw.) Haw.
PH00806752Friedrich Wilms   14901894-08-00
South Africa, Habitat rempublic. Transvaal. District Lydenburg. Bei der Stadt Lydenburg.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium

CM475894Bester, S.P.   30801994-10-31
South Africa, Cape Province, Farm: Holmes, portion Vredesrus, +/- 15 km NNE from Maclear, 1320m

Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium

DES00072667S. Hunkins & K. Smith   6502009-04-05
USA, Arizona, Maricopa County, Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area. Vicinity of Cave Creek southern crossing of Spur Cross Trail. Site of Joe Lintz' former camp., 33.89075 -111.9534, 689m

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

130173A. L. Frances   1992002-10-26
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Las Vegas de Limonci, 8.84361 -83.1014

133557G. Pedersen   61971-02-26
United States of America, Florida, Miami-Dade, San Amaro dr. on the divider

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry

12066Marc S. Frank   2013-09-10
United States, Florida, Alachua, Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, 4700 SW 58th Drive. Succulent herb cultivated in gardens. Leaves with elongated white spots. Flowers pale orange.

Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Herbarium

Aloe maculata Allioni
UNCC_43215England, Bryan   2012-08-24
United States, Georgia, Glynn, unspecified

Aloe maculata Allioni
UNCC_43241England, Bryan   2012-08-24
United States, Georgia, Glynn, Jekyll Island

Missouri Botanical Garden

100542445Anonymous   s.n.
Locality indet.

Aloe latifolia (Haw.) Haw.
101214269Schmidt, Hermann Rudolph   s.n.

Aloe latifolia (Haw.) Haw.
101214276Charles Russell Orcutt   5021903-05-25
United States, California, San Diego, Cultivated.

San Diego Natural History Museum

Nancy Nenow   4442009-03-31
United States, California, San Diego, San Diego, north side of Balboa Park, about 50 yds E of Hwy 163, at the bottom of the canyon at the end of the dirt road leading down from Vermont Street and Cypress Street., 32.7419 -117.1558, 66m

SD00008486S. Gill Williamson   142006-05-24
United States, California, San Diego, Torrey Pines State Reserve, West side of main road just opposite lodge garden area., 32.921 -117.253, 96m

Mike D. Angel   4222006-05-14
United States, California, San Diego, City of San Diego in Urban Canyon just N of Mission Valley. Approx 1« mi NE of junction of I-8 and SR-163, North of the Mission Center Road and Sevan Court junction along road., 32.7836 -117.1525, 60m

Nancy Nenow   26452017-03-18
United States, California, San Diego, San Diego; Torrey Pines north parking lot; north of Gliderport. Flat area above Black's Beach., 32.89063 -117.21543, 83m

University of Arizona Herbarium

412778C.David Bertelsen   2009-0022009-04-08
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Catalina Mountians, Finger Rock Canyon., 32.360917 -110.884983, 1716m

441333Jack Dash   1362020-03-15
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Above Ruby Lakes where California Gulch meets Alto Shumaker Road., 31.443989 -111.238175, 1207m

University of California, Riverside Plant Herbarium

Mark A. Elvin   55892007-07-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Point Concepcion, peak, 34.44978 -120.47042, 61m

Mitch Provance   101842009-02-04
United States, California, Riverside, UCR Botanic Garden, 33.97139 -117.31861, 366m

A.C. Sanders   424632016-05-07
United States, California, Riverside, UC Emerson Oaks Reserve, c. 8 miles southeast of Temecula, south of Hwy 79 at E end of Pauba Valley, end of Los Caballos Road in vicinity of old Emerson house site, 33.46639 -117.04028, 488m

General Research Observations

Jack Dash   1362020-03-15
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Above Ruby Lakes where California Gulch meets Alto Shumaker Road, 31.443989 -111.238175, 1207m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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