Dataset: SJSU
Taxa: Abies
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SJSU - Carl W. Sharsmith Herbarium, San Jose State University

1287A.W. Jacobs   1952-06-22
United States, Arizona, Coconino, c. 4 mi W of N Rim Entrance Station on road to Point Sublime, Kaibab Plateau, Grand Canyon National Park

Abies amabilis Douglas ex J. Forbes
2195Mary B. Smith   1958-00-00
United States, California, Siskiyou, on promontory jutting into N side of Big Hancock Lake Marble Mountains, 41.69175 -123.17024

Abies bracteata (D. Don) D. Don ex Poit.
2206M.E. Hadley   1958-12-27
United States, California, Monterey, c. 1 mi below China Camp on Miller Canyon Trail (along Miller Fork of Carmel River), Santa Lucia Mts, 36.30218 -121.578665

Abies grandis (Douglas ex D. Don) Lindl.
2784Wm. E. Ferguson   1963-08-03
United States, Idaho, Latah, Moscow Mt, c. 6 mi NE of Moscow

Abies concolor (Gordon & Glend.) Lindl. ex Hildebr.
10135W.E. Ferguson   1981-12-17
United States, Arizona, Cochise, by road between Rustler Park & Onion Saddle, Coronada National Forest, Chiricahua Mts, 2499m

Abies fraseri (Pursh) Poir.
14565C.L. Schmidt   6981976-06-04
United States, North Carolina, Buncombe, ridge-top by Blue Ridge Parkway c. 27 mi N of Asheville, 152m

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Google Map

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