Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Peniocereus marianus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
ASU0053914S. L. Friedman   014-941994-03-15
Mexico, Sonora, Rio Mayo Region. Mesa Masiaca vicinity; at summit of Mesa Masiaca microwave tower; 6.5 km (by air) west-northwest of San Jose de Masiaca, 2.5 km (by air) northeast of MEX 15., 26.78167 -109.295, 200m

ASU:Plants
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
ASU0053915T. R. Van Devender   93-12471993-11-22
Mexico, Sonora, Rio Mayo Region. Mesa Masiaca, along road to microwave tower, 6.5 km (by air) northeast of MEX 15 (southeast of Navojoa)., 26.77333 -109.2983, 200m

ASU:Plants
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
ASU0053916W. D. Clark   14821982-01-11
Mexico, Sonora, At Microondas Station, 11 miles north of Guaymas., 27.949482 -110.899724, 344m

ASU:Plants
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
ASU0053917Rodney Engard   1974-03-28
Mexico, Sinaloa, Cliff at Topolobompo., 25.601224 -109.054352

Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium


DES
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mejorada
DES00009585Rodney G. Engard   1974-03-28
Mexico, Sinoloa, Cliff at Topolobompo, 25.599722 -109.049722, 1890m

DES
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
DES00042260Ann Brown   1993-04-05
Mexico, Sinaloa, Grown in cultivation at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, N 33 deg 27' 33'', W 111 deg 56' 35'', 1200 ft, 366 m: accession number 1953-3811-01-1; originally received as a plant collected by Ellwood R. "Jim" Blakely 1676 from Mexico, Sinaloa Topolobampo Hill; collector's notes: tuberous roots, woody caudex; originally received as Wilcoxia marianus., 25.600389 -109.051139, 6m

Herbario de la Universidad de Sonora


USON:USON
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mej.
1441T.R. Van Devender   93-12471993-11-22
México, Sonora, Mesa Masiaca, along road to microwave tower, 6.5 Km. (by air) northeast of Mexico 15 (southeast of Navojoa)., 26.76777778 -109.2858333, 200m

USON:USON
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mejorada
01441T. R. Van Devender   93-12471993-11-22
México, Sonora, Navojoa, Mesa Masiaca, along road to microwave tower, 6.5 Km. (by air) northeast of Mexico 15 (southeast of Navojoa)., 26.767778 -109.285833, 200m

USON:USON
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mejorada
06663A. Búrquez   93-491993-04-18
México, Sonora, Hermosillo, La Pintada, 49 km al Sur de la ciudad de Hermosillo, Sonora; por la Carr. Fed. 15., 28.583333 -110.961667, 250m

USON:USON
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mej.
6663A. Búrquez M.   93-491993-04-18
México, Sonora, La Pintada, 49 km al Sur de la ciudad de Hermosillo, Sonora; por la Carr. Fed. 15., 28.58333333 -110.9616667, 250m

USON:USON
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mej.
5824Agustín Flores M.   54121998-04-16
México, Sonora, La Pintada 50 km al S de Hermosillo, talúd de exposición N de Sierra Libre., 28.58111111 -110.9611111, 450m

Huntington Botanical Gardens Herbarium


HNT
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mejorada
1970F. Boutin & M. Kimnach   35601972-11-17
Mexico, Sonora, On rocky ridges above Cañon La Pintada.

HNT
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry)Sanchez-Mejorada
21511Foster   
Mexico, Sonora, guasimas, in shrubbery along beach

HNT
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mejorada
1969M. Kimnach & G. Lyons   6521966-01-14
Mexico, Sinaloa, On coast highway 17 miles N of turn-off to Los Mochis, on rocky cliff just E of road.

University of Arizona Herbarium


ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
369768R. S. Felger   85-8271985-08-11
Mexico, Sonora, Guaymas Municipio, Microondas Avispas, Sierra Baviso, south end of Sierra Libre; 11 km by road (Mex 15) south of La Pintada (ca 60 km by road south of Hermosillo) and 6 km by road eastward from highway, 28.48333 -111.033333, 600m

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
253212R. S. Felger, R. S. Devine.   85-2851985-02-26
Mexico, Sonora, Las Guasimas; anout 100-500 meters from shore.

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
197573R. S. Felger   1965-09-20
Mexico, Sonora, Guasimas, ca. 20 mi S of Guaymas and ca. +-+ mi inland from beach, Son.

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
197586R. D. Krizman   1965-01-27
Mexico, Sonora, 23 mi W of Alamos, Son.

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
197458R. D. Krizman   1965-01-27
Mexico, Sonora, 23 mi W of Alamos, Son.

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
284601R. S. Felger   1960-05-21
Mexico, Sonora, 3.9 mi by road E of Mex. Hwy.15 at La Pintada, ca 33 mi S of Hermosillo, Son.

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
310274T. R. Van Devender   1993-11-22
Mexico, Sonora, Mesa Masiaca, along road to microwave tower, 6.5 km (by air) NE on Mex. 15 (SE of Navojoa); The Río Mayo Región, Son., 26.77333 -109.2983

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
340797S. L. Friedman   1994-03-15
Mexico, Sonora, Huatabampo, Mesa Masiaca vicinity at summit of Mesa Masiaca microwave tower. 6.5 km (by air) WNW of San José de Masiace, 2.5 km (by air) NE of Mex. 15. The Coastal Sinaloan Thornscrub, Río Mayo Región, Son., 26.78167 -109.295

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
350804R. S. Felger   1985-12-27
Mexico, Sonora, Isla Almagre Grande, Guaymas harbor.2, Son.

ARIZ
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
Jesús Sánchez Escala   02-1042002-01-22
Mexico, Sonora, Guaymas Municipio, Cañón El Orejón (cerca de San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas), Sierra El Aguaje. 4 kilometers al norte del Club Med, 6 kilometers desde el mar.

University of California, Riverside Plant Herbarium


UCR
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sánchez-Mej.
T.R. Van Devender   93--12471993-11-22
Mexico, Sonora, Mesa Masiaca, along road to microwave tower, 6.5 km (by air) NE of MEX Hwy 15, SE of Navojoa, 26.77333 -109.29833, 200m

General Research Observations


SEINet
Peniocereus marianus (Gentry) Sanchez-Mej.
Sue Carnahan   36082019-02-26
Mexico, Sonora, Guaymas, Guaymas, Cerro El Vigía (microondas mountain)., 27.94292 -110.90227, 389m


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Google Map

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