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

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


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4574J.W. Tilden   17671962-11-09
United States, Texas, Zapaa, near Zapata

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12720E.S. O'Neill   1986-02-09
Mexico, Sonora, San Carlos Bay near Guaymas

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5906C.W. Sharsmith   77641972-01-30
Mexico, Sonora, on rd to Los Vidrios via National Hwy 2 c. 50 mi NW of Sonoita

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Heliotropium curassavicum var. oculatum (Heller) I. M. Johnst. ex Tidestr.
6967D.J. Powers   4351972-03-20
Mexico, Sinaloa, Mazatl√°n Playas, 4 mi N of Mazatl√°n

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Heliotropium curassavicum var. oculatum (Heller) I. M. Johnst. ex Tidestr.
11504Koerper   1968-09-02
United States, California, Lake, Buckingham Park, W shore of Clear L, 39.01497 -122.756195

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Heliotropium curassavicum var. oculatum (Heller) I. M. Johnst. ex Tidestr.
7136D.S. Starks   471972-03-25
United States, California, Imperial, Salton Sea Wildlife Refuge, Salton Sea, 33.17893 -115.615624

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Heliotropium curassavicum var. oculatum (Heller) I. M. Johnst. ex Tidestr.
6934C.W. Sharsmith   82431975-12-30
Mexico, Baja California Sur, by Bahia Chuenque c. 27.5 km S of Loreto, 25.825 -111.3333333

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Heliotropium curassavicum var. oculatum (Heller) I. M. Johnst. ex Tidestr.
15723John Rawlings, Ken Hickman   16132015-07-17
United States, California, Santa Clara, Mt Umunhum, summit pad of Mt. Umunhum, 37.160208 -121.897618, 1056m

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5296J.W. Tilden   18591970-11-04
United States, Texas, Hidalgo, near Alamo in Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge

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Heliotropium tenellum (Nutt.) Torr.
4575J.W. Tilden   17161963-10-11
United States, Texas, Bexar, Edwards Plateau 14 mi NW of San Antonio

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Heliotropium tenellum (Nutt.) Torr.
5335J.W. Tilden   18351970-10-13
United States, Texas, Bexar, near Edwards Plateau escarpment, 24 mi NW of San Antonio

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6968D.J. Powers   432B1972-03-20
Mexico, Sinaloa, near National Hwy 15, 15 mi N of Mazatl√°n

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6969D.J. Powers   432A1972-03-20
Mexico, Sinaloa, near National Hwy 15, 15 mi N of Mazatl√°n


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