Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agave americana, Agave americana var. expansa (Agave expansa), Agave americana subsp. americana (Agave americana var. marginata, Agave americana var. mediopicta, Agave americana var. striata, Agave rasconensis, Agave americana var. picta, Agave americana var. variegata, Agave melliflua), Agave ameri... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 1, records 1-100 of 327

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00592150Benjamin H. Smith   s.n.1904-00-00
United States, Florida, Sarasota, Osprey, 27.196163 -82.490375

PH
PH00592151Benjamin H. Smith   s.n.1904-03-11
United States, Florida, Sarasota, Osprey, 27.196163 -82.490375

PH
PH00376606Mary Gibson Henry   47931947-08-09
United States, Mississippi, Tishomingo, 6 mi. N of Iuka, 34.898797 -88.190042

PH
PH00376607Mary Gibson Henry   48381947-08-12
United States, Mississippi, Jefferson Davis, 5.05 mi. NE of Prentiss, 31.650315 -89.806173

PH
PH00376608Mary Gibson Henry   59151950-06-29
United States, Oklahoma, Hughes, 1 1/2 mi. E of Atwood, 34.956196 -96.312069

Angelo State University Herbarium


SAT
995Steven G. Whisenant   11491978-08-26
United States, Texas, McCulloch, 2 mi N Doole

SAT
996Steven G. Whisenant   11491978-08-26
United States, Texas, McCulloch, 2 mi N Doole

Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
Aiko Nagahisa   4852006-03-13
USA, Arizona, Maricopa, Grand Canyon University, College of Science and Math, plantings South side of building 21. The front of main gate of Ethington Memorial Theatre building., 33.51158 -112.12994

ASU:Plants
Aiko Nagahisa   8632006-03-22
USA, Arizona, Maricopa, Grand Canyon University, C.J. and Thelma Smith Arts Complex, Planting West side of building 18., 33.51158 -112.12994

ASU:Plants
ASU0085969Dixie Z. Damrel   25991999-12-04
USA, Arizona, Maricopa, Desert Arboretum Park, 33.42 -111.94, 366m

ASU:Plants
ASU0085970Elinor Lehto   s.n.1964-07-01
USA, Arizona, Maricopa, ASU campus, Tempe, 33.419012 -111.932858

ASU:Plants
ASU0085971Dixie Z. Damrel   26091999-12-04
USA, Arizona, Maricopa, Campus of Arizona State University. Growing on south side of Memorial Union., 33.417027 -111.934506, 366m

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum


ASDM
3532John F. Wiens   2008-0892008-03-16
United States, Arizona, Pima, Roskruge Mountains; NW of Cocoraque Ranch at road intersection, 32.233611 -111.406944

Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT56559W. A. Kellerman   51291905-03-10
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, (opp. El Rancho) Alt. 2000 ft. Sierra de las minas, 610m

Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
BRYV0028704Larry C. Higgins   259702004-07-21
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Ivans, North Black Rocks., 950m

BRY:V
BRYV0028703Larry C. Higgins   24167A2003-01-07
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 800m

BRY:V
BRYV0028702Larry C. Higgins   241412003-01-07
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 800m

BRY:V
BRYV0028701Richard J. Shaw   50531992-07-20
U.S.A., Utah, Cache, Utah State University Greenhouse, Biology Dept.

California Botanic Garden Herbarium


CalBG:RSA
Steve Boyd   74691992-05-20
United States, California, Orange, Southern Santa Ana Mountains, San Mateo Canyon Wilderness Area. Western edge of the wilderness in Lucas Canyon, about old mining habitations in side canyon, upstream 1/4 mile from Lucas Canyon Trail crossing and north spur trail 1/8 mile., 33.571122 -117.494293, 390m

CalBG:RSA
RSA0332235A. C. Sanders   51061984-07-17
United States, California, Riverside, O. F. Clarke residence at 1012 Spruce St. (Riverside East 7.5' Q)., 33.983333 -117.333333, 305m

CalBG:RSA
RSA0328264Tim Ross   41341991-03-07
United States, California, Los Angeles, Elephant Hill: western Pomona. San Dimas USGS 7.5' quadrangle., 244m

CalBG:RSA
RSA0328266Justin M. Wood   2832009-01-26
United States, California, San Bernardino, San Bernardino Valley: Santa Ana River Wash, within 1/2 mile upstream and downstream of Orange Street (Redlands)., 378 - 427m

CalBG:RSA
RSA0332236LeRoy Gross   25902006-03-17
United States, California, Los Angeles, Transverse Ranges; Verdugo Mountains region: South side of the range. Park on Via Montana at end of Olive Ave, in the city of Burbank. Follow an old road that is overgrown so that a faint trail is all thats left. Sunset Canyon on the west and Story Canyon to the east (Burbank 7.5 Quad)., 366m

CalBG:RSA
Timothy S. Ross   42281991-03-15
United States, California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains, Foothills N of La Verne: un-named southerly canyonlet ca 300 m W of Marshall Canyon; just N of an old triangular reservoir and an old abandoned homestead.; GLENDORA, 34.15423 -117.751878, 573m

CalBG:RSA
RSA0328265Robert Lee Allen   s.n.2006-06-30
United States, California, Orange, Santa Ana Mtns, Holy Jim Canyon Trail. Near a small parking area just below forest gate and trailhead., 33.683163 -117.515764, 597m

CalBG:RSA
RSA0328267Darin L. Banks   11201996-06-06
United States, California, Riverside, NW Palomar Mountains; Agua Tibia Mountains; NW foothills of Dorland Mtn.; S end of Los Caballos Road, University of California-Emerson Oaks Reserve, approximately 20 m inside the preserve boundary gate, 100 m E of the main road at the edge of an open field and the native chaparral., 448m

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0328267   
United States, California

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0328266   
United States, California

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0328265   
United States, California

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0328264   
United States, California

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0332061Edwin Kline   s.n.1925-00-00
Mexico, [No location data on label]

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0366345   
Mexico

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0332091Stanford   20431949-06-22
Mexico, Tamaulipas, 30 km. SW of Victoria, 3 km. N of Huisachal.

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0332236   
United States, California

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0332235   
United States, California

California Polytechnic State University, Robert F. Hoover Herbarium


OBI
David Keil   341292016-05-04
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Southern foothills of San Luis Range. Wild Cherry Ranch west of Avila Beach., 35.180781 -120.744937, 63m

OBI
OBI158850David Keil   341292016-05-04
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Southern foothills of San Luis Range. Wild Cherry Ranch west of Avila Beach., 35.180781 -120.744937, 63m

OBI
OBI143584David Keil   341292016-05-04
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Southern foothills of San Luis Range. Wild Cherry Ranch west of Avila Beach., 35.180781 -120.744937, 63m

OBI
David Keil   34315
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay State Park, north of Turri Road, 35.339069 -120.823019, 5m

Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium


CM:Botany
CM342454Darlington, E.   s.n.1889-10-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Sharpsburg, Darlingtons Greenhouses, 40.505935 -79.91039

CM:Botany
CM342966Lobdell, E.Y.   24111990-03-13
United States, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Phipps Conservatory, Greenhouse No. 7, 40.439124 -79.947622

CM:Botany
CM353350York, E.   23111990-02-09
United States, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Phipps Conservatory, Desert Room, 40.439124 -79.947622

CM:Botany
CM427690Milligan, J.M.   s.n.1900-12-00
United States, Florida, Orange, Winter Garden

Chicago Botanic Garden


CHIC
7463Uyen Dias   75721995-08-17
United States, Illinois, Cook, Chicago Botanic Garden. Glencoe

CHIC
7464Uyen Dias   75711995-08-17
United States, Illinois, Cook, Chicago Botanic Garden. Glencoe

CHIC
7465Uyen Dias   75711995-08-17
United States, Illinois, Cook, Chicago Botanic Garden. Glencoe

CHIC
7466Uyen Dias   75711995-08-17
United States, Illinois, Cook, Chicago Botanic Garden. Glencoe

Cochise County Herbarium - Arizona State University


ASU:CCH
J. McCormick   295-19601960-07-17
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Along road from San Bernardino to Guadalupe Canyon, about one mile west of canyon mouth., 31.38 -109.1

Delaware State University, Claude E. Phillips Herbarium


DOV
DOV0055340   
United States, Arizona

DOV
DOV0055341   
United States, Arizona

DOV
DOV0055342   
United States, Pennsylvania

Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium


DES
DES00053759Wendy C. Hodgson   133412001-03-03
USA, Arizona, Pinal County, East side of Picketpost Mountain, on pediment, along Telegraph Canyon Road., 33.25967 -111.126, 805m

DES
DES00050694Wendy C. Hodgson   174152003-07-09
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, 33deg 27min33sec n lat, 11deg,56min35sec w long, 1150 feet, accession number 1967 9016 02-4, originally collected by H. S. Gentry 20455 with Rodney Engard, 21 Sept 1963(?), Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, cultivated, medium large, light pruinose/glaucous with erect to outcurming narrowly lanceolate leaves., 21.920091 -99.391926

DES
DES00050608A. Garcia-Mend.   62541996-08-01
Mexico, Mexico, Ciudad Universitaria. Jardin Botanico de la UNAM; Distrito de Federal, 19.326389 -99.175556, 2200m

DES
Agave americana var. 'Maguey chino' L.
DES00026822Gentry   204551962-09-21
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Originally from Tamasopa; Transplant fled. DBG June 1982. Plant uprooted and blown over by wind., 21.92 -99.390556, 457m

DES
Agave americana var. 'Maguey chino' L.
DES00026823Gentry   204551962-09-21
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Originally from Tamasopa; Transplant fled. DBG June 1982. Plant uprooted and blown over by wind., 21.92 -99.390556, 457m

DES
DES00047169Wendy C. Hodgson   
Mexico, Coahuila, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Gardens, Phoenix, Maricopa Co, AZ; Accession No 1967 8863 0101; Originally collected by Howard Scott Gentry (20154), 13 Jul 63, 50 km S of Saltillo along Rt 57. ''Leaves glaucous gray, rosettes with plane erect spreading leaves and tall panticles on slender shafts, 7-8 m with 20 or more laterals in terminal 1/3 of shaft.'', 25.208191 -100.747955

DES
Agave americana subsp. protoamericana Gentry
DES00032300D. S. Correll   256301962-06-28
USA, Texas, Starr County, About 3 mi. East of Rio Grande City, on gravelly, rocky hills covered by thorny brush and cactaceae, 26.370833 -98.769722

DES
Agave americana subsp. protoamericana Gentry
DES00026898Ogden   511041951-02-16
Mexico, Tamaulipas, 20.3 miles from Jaumave on the road to Ciudad Victoria, 23.61 -99.2325

DES
Agave americana subsp. protoamericana Gentry
DES00026852Howard Scott Gentry   201571963-07-14
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, 16-17 miles East of Galeana along road to Linares., 24.728611 -99.890556, 1067m

DES
Agave americana subsp. protoamericana Gentry
DES00026853Howard Scott Gentry   201571963-07-14
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, 16-17 miles East of Galeana along road to Linares., 24.728611 -99.890556, 1067m

DES
DES00026846Howard Scott Gentry   200051963-06-05
USA, Texas, Webb County, 3 miles South of Laredo on Rt 83, 27.463889 -99.477778

DES
DES00026847Howard Scott Gentry   200051963-06-05
USA, Texas, Webb County, 3 miles South of Laredo on Rt 83, 27.463889 -99.477778

DES
DES00090406Wendy Hodgson   2007-06-08
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 33deg 27.55 N, 111deg 56.64 W, 1312 ft elev, accession number 1967 9016 0205, lineage of 1967 9016 01, originally collected in Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, ''cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves'', by Howard Scott Gentry 20455, 21 September 1962., 21.920091 -99.391926, 374m

DES
DES00019169H. S. Gentry   122601971-07-01
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tlacolula., 16.955861 -96.475707

DES
Agave americana subsp. protoamericana Gentry
DES00064189Ogden   511041951-02-16
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Ciudad Victoria, 20.3 miles from Jaumave on the road to Ciudad Victoria, 23.66227 -99.102623

DES
DES00064194Wendy C. Hodgson   182342004-06-17
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, 33 deg 27'33'' N, 111 deg 56'35'' W, ca 1200 feet, accession number 1967 9016 01, originally collected by Howard S. Gentry 20455, 21 September 1933, from Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, ''cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves.'', 21.920091 -99.391926

DES
DES00064195Wendy Hodgson   182342004-06-17
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Rio Verde, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, Maricopa County, AZ, lan 33.462020, lon -111.944574, ele 1280'. Accession number 1967 9016 01, originally collected by Howard S. Gentry 20455, 21 September 1933, from Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, "cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves.", 21.9225 -99.3925, 370m

DES
DES00064196Wendy C. Hodgson   182342004-06-17
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, 33 deg 27'33'' N, 111 deg 56'35'' W, ca 1200 feet, accession number 1967 9016 01, originally collected by Howard S. Gentry 20455, 21 September 1933, from Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, ''cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves.'', 21.920091 -99.391926

DES
DES00073052S. Hunkins & K. Smith   7152010-04-14
USA, Arizona, Maricopa County, Tonto National Forest. Limestone Trail, height of pass., 33.906717 -111.960217, 900m

DES
DES00090407Wendy Hodgson   2007-06-08
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 33deg 27.55 N, 111deg 56.64 W, 1312 ft elev, accession number 1967 9016 0205, lineage of 1967 9016 01, originally collected in Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, ''cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves'', by Howard Scott Gentry 20455, 21 September 1962., 21.920091 -99.391926, 374m

DES
DES00090408Wendy Hodgson   2007-06-08
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 33deg 27.55 N, 111deg 56.64 W, 1312 ft elev, accession number 1967 9016 0205, lineage of 1967 9016 01, originally collected in Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, ''cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves'', by Howard Scott Gentry 20455, 21 September 1962., 21.920091 -99.391926, 374m

DES
DES00090409Wendy Hodgson   2007-06-08
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, Cultivated at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 33deg 27.55 N, 111deg 56.64 W, 1312 ft elev, accession number 1967 9016 0205, lineage of 1967 9016 01, originally collected in Tamasopa, Rio Verde District, ''cultivated, medium-large, light pruinose/glaucous maguey with erect to out-curving narrowly lanceolate, long leaves'', by Howard Scott Gentry 20455, 21 September 1962., 21.920091 -99.391926, 374m

Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Medical Botany
22091Cassandra L. Quave; Marco Caputo; Akram Salam   2017-06-30
Repubblica Italiana, Sicilia, Provincia di Trapani, Levanzo, 37.9853667 12.3392

GEO:Medical Botany
22092Cassandra L. Quave; Marco Caputo; Akram Salam   2017-06-30
Repubblica Italiana, Sicilia, Provincia di Trapani, Levanzo, 37.9853667 12.3392

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
A. C. V. Schott   1856-00-00
U.S.A., California

F:Botany
O. E. Lansing, Jr.   21841904-03-10
U.S.A., Florida

F:Botany
A. B. Burgess   7481904-04-08
U.S.A., Florida

F:Botany
G. Thurber   1850-11-12
Mexico

F:Botany
A. Lot Helgueras   12161970-12-21
Mexico, Veracruz

F:Botany
A. Lot Helgueras   12161970-12-21
Mexico, Veracruz

F:Botany
C. H. Müller & M. T. Müller   3111934-05-12
Mexico, Nuevo León

F:Botany
R. M. Laughlin   5041966-03-26
Mexico, Chiapas

F:Botany
H. H. Bartlett   103141930-07-13
Mexico, Tamaulipas

F:Botany
P. C. Standley   769851940-11-07
Guatemala

F:Botany
Mrs. Rev. J. J. Ricksecker   1041897-02-05
U.S. Virgin Islands

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


PIHG
13476Nora V. Marquez, Abby Bartlett   2018-07-17
United States, Florida, Lake, E side of Blue Sink Road. 28.7115°N, -81.8094°W. Several individuals of various ages growing in shaded area. A new county record. B2018-540.

Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


FSU
000176496   

Herbario "Luz María Villarreal de Puga" de la Universidad de Guadalajara


IBUG:IBUG
43657M. Ramírez L.   sn1984-06-01
México, Oaxaca, Ejutla de Crespo, 16.499977 -96.796789, 1400 - 1450m

IBUG
Agave americana var. marginata Trel. in L.H.Bailey
78209M. Chazaro V.   sn1988-01-01
México, Veracruz, Una calle de Xalapa

IBUG
213762Oscar L.   18581985-07-04
México, Tamaulipas, San Carlos, Mina La Escondida, San Jose, Sierra de San Carlos., 800m

Herbario de la Unidad Regional Universitaria de Zonas Áridas


uruza
3044Martin Enrique Mercado de la Cruz   sn2017-05-20
Mexico, Durango, Mapimí, Bermejillo, 25.886817 -103.620691, 1120m

uruza
3884Dolores González Rivas   sn2006-05-01
Mexico, Durango, Mapimí, URUZA, Bermejillo, 25.895156 -103.60198, 1115m

Herbario de la Universidad de Sonora


USON:USON
22166Martín Samuel Hernández Zazueta   22015-02-22
México, Sonora, Hermosillo, Sonora. Campus de la Universidad de Sonora., 29.082649 -110.963945

USON:USON
22171Martín Samuel Hernández Zazueta   72015-02-22
México, Sonora, Hermosillo, Sonora. Campus de la Universidad de Sonora., 29.082208 -110.960662

Herbario del Estado de Zacatecas


ZAC:HZAC
19E.J. Rodríguez-Pérez   7992014-10-12
MÉXICO, ZACATECAS, Cerro La Virgen, 22.737778 -102.582778

ZAC:HZAC
20E.J. Rodríguez-Pérez   9262014-00-00
MÉXICO, ZACATECAS, Cerro Los Alamitos, 22.749444 -102.580278

ZAC:HZAC
21E.J. Rodríguez-Pérez   9282014-00-00
MÉXICO, ZACATECAS, Cerro Los Alamitos, 22.75 -102.578333

Herbario Isidro Palacios


UASLP:SLPM
41271M. Martínez D. de S.   15451987-03-30
MÉXICO, TAMAULIPAS, Jiménez, 200m

Herbario Jerzy Rzedowski


QMEX
Agave americana (Jacobi) Gentry
QMEX00014045Sánchez, R.   142015-00-00
México, Querétaro, Camino a San Francisco de la Palma


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