Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lathyrus incanus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
BRIT565853George J. Goodman   48101948-05-15
United States, Oklahoma, Cimarron, Black Mesa.

California Botanic Garden Herbarium


CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
RSA0209845Alice Eastwood   3481933-06-11
United States, Nevada, Elko, Victory Highway east of Wells.

Calvin College


CALVIN
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
CALVIN001677John Mack Winter   Unknown (2 of 3)1932-08-04
United States, Nebraska, Sioux

CALVIN
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
CALVIN001678John Mack Winter   Unknown (3 of 3)1931-06-16
United States, Nebraska, Sioux, Andrews

Miami University, Willard Sherman Turrell Herbarium


MU
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
000144005   

New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
15148A. Nelson   91171906-05-00
United States, Wyoming, Converse, Orin Junction

NMC
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
46392Weber, WA   32841947-05-04
United States, Colorado, Baca, 9 mi S of Pritchett

North Carolina State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


NCSC:NCSC
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
NCSC00010379William A. Weber   32841947-05-04
United States, Colorado, Baca, Corner 9 mi. s. of Pritchett, evidently scarce except at this locality. T. 32 S, R. 48 W., 37.30978 -102.543741

NCSC:NCSC
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
NCSC00010380W. A. Weber   60501951-05-23
United States, Colorado, Sedgwick, Vicinity of Ovid., 40.871568 -102.355358

Southern Utah University


SUU
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
SUU003356G. E. Osterhout   38141920-06-23
United States, Colorado, Douglas, Greenland, 2135m

University of Arizona Herbarium


ARIZ
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
70763William A. Weber   32841947-05-04
United States, Colorado, Baca County, Corner 9 mi. S. of Pritchett, evidently scarce except at this location.

ARIZ
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
64985L. C. Hinckley   1936-06-01
United States, New Mexico, White Mountains. Ruidosa Creek, Mescalera Resv.

ARIZ
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
114918W. A. Weber   60501951-05-23
United States, Colorado, Sedgwick County, Vicinity of Ovid

University of North Texas, Benjamin B. Harris Herbarium


NTSC
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
NTSC00004812B. B. Harris   s.n.1931-06-21
United States, Colorado

Yale University Herbarium, Peabody Museum of Natural History (Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History-YU)


YU-YPM:YU
Lathyrus incanus (J.G. Sm. & Rydb.) Rydb.
YU.126310Frank Tweedy   1903-07-00
United States of America, Colorado, Clear Creek, Empire, 39.7613733 -105.6844593, 2591m


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