Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anisacanthus juncea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Angiosperms
Anisacanthus juncea (Torr.) Hemsl.
1106017T. F. Daniel   4791978-08-11
Mexico, Coahuila, Torreón, Planta la Herradura; 4.2 mi NE of Est. Otto, Mina San José in the Sierra de Jimulco, 25.1279 -103.236

MICH:Angiosperms
Anisacanthus juncea (Torr.) Hemsl.
1106018James S. Henrickson   67201971-09-13
Mexico, Coahuila, Viesca, Bajío de Ahuichila (Ahuichila); 19.6 mi SE of Viesca, in N end of Canon de Ahuichila, 25.1274 -102.597, 1250m

MICH:Angiosperms
Anisacanthus juncea (Torr.) Hemsl.
1106019James S. Henrickson   62221971-08-30
Mexico, Zacatecas, Concepción del Oro, Majada Sin Nombre (Majada Elías Anguiano); 4 mi S of the Zacatecas-Coahuila border along hwy 54, 24.7166667 -101.2166667, 1859m

University of Texas at Austin Herbarium


TEX:TEX
Anisacanthus juncea (Torr.) Hemsl.
TEX00418105James S. Henrickson   230382002-09-25
Mexico, Zacatecas, Concepcion del Oro, No locality name provided., 24.73333 -100.81667


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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