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

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


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6939C.W. Sharsmith   82081974-12-01
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Lat 26° deg. N, Long 111 deg. 21' W, 8m

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4939J.A. Schroeder   81969-04-01
United States, California, Riverside, 10 mi N of Blythe, 33.72548 -114.51874

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10030C.W. Sharsmith   87641983-01-09
United States, Arizona, Yuma, S shoulder of Tordillo Mt c. 11 mi SE of Raven Butte, Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge

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12711E.S. O'Neill   1986-02-05
Mexico, Sonora, San Carlos Bay near Guaymas

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4882R.G. Pisano   1958-04-01
Mexico, Baja California, c. 2 mi N of San Felipe, 31.08058 -114.88678

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5974C.W. Sharsmith   76941972-01-25
Mexico, Sonora, 5 mi E of La Joyita

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6054R.C. McGehee   3851972-03-30
United States, California, Imperial, near Gavilan Wash NW of Picacho Peak, 33.0342 -114.7209

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6372D.J. Powers   3601972-03-14
Mexico, Sonora, near National Hwy 2 midway between San Luis Rio Colorado & La Joyita

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Kallstroemia californica (S. Watson) Vail
6883C.W. Sharsmith   81591974-11-29
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Isla Coronado in Gulf of California c. 20 km NNE of Loreto, 26.08333333 -111.3

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Kallstroemia grandiflora Torr. ex A. Gray
4542J.W. Tilden   13981959-08-02
United States, Arizona, Pima, lower end of Box Canyon, Santa Rita Mts

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Kallstroemia grandiflora Torr. ex A. Gray
6393D.J. Powers   3851972-03-16
Mexico, Sonora, near Carbó, 46 mi S of Benjamin Hill

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Kallstroemia grandiflora Torr. ex A. Gray
7266M.A. Baker   1411974-08-26
United States, Arizona, Cochise, c. 6 mi NE of Wilcox, 1372m

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4784F.D. Robertson   581957-05-30
United States, Texas, Val Verde, by State Rte 277, 5 mi N of junction with Rte 377

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4785F.D. Robertson   2441955-08-06
United States, New Mexico, Grant, low hills 1 mi N of Silver City

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Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville
1467C.W. Sharsmith   61371954-03-25
United States, California, Inyo, by Travertine Springs, Death Valley drainage, 36.442171 -116.828385, 76m

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Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville
4412S.J. Alleman   1341967-02-02
Mexico, Sonora, 10 mi NE of Puerto Peñasco on rd to Sonoita

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Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville
5243S.M. Kaune   6581962-12-16
Mexico, Baja California, La Ventana Rd in Arroyo Grande of the Sierra Pinta of Hwy 5 c. midway between Mexicali & San Felipe, 30.70465 -114.71684, 305m

SJSU
Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville
5908C.W. Sharsmith   77691972-01-30
Mexico, Sonora, near National Hwy 2 c. 20 mi SE of San Luis Rio Colorado

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Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville
7182D.S. Starks   1761972-07-07
United States, New Mexico, Sierra, near Elephant Butte State Park, 7 mi N of Truth & Consequences, 1524m

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Larrea tridentata (DC.) Coville
10968J.W. Tilden   14301960-03-12
United States, Arizona, Mohave, Oatman

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5872L.C. Van Fossen   1958-05-10
United States, California, Kern, Buena Vista L, 35.19844055 -119.2988968

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10958S.R. Piazza   1963-07-26
United States, California, Santa Clara, by city of Santa Clara, 37.354108 -121.955236

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13265C.W. Sharsmith   47081944-06-28
United States, California, Mariposa, Merced R canyon, 0.5 mi E of El Portal, 37.6774 -119.7809, 640m

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Viscainoa geniculata (Kell.) Greene
5056S.M. Kaune   1681961-12-18
Mexico, Baja California, by Hwy 5 midway between San Felipe & Puertocitos, 30.70465 -114.71684, 213m

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Viscainoa geniculata (Kell.) Greene
5214S.M. Kaune   1921961-12-21
Mexico, Baja California, base of SE end of Sierra Chapale, 15 mi from NE Calamajué Mission on rte to Bahía de San Luis Gonzaga, 366m

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Viscainoa geniculata (Kell.) Greene
11147W. Savage   15981984-01-14
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of Bahia de Los Angeles, 28.96249 -113.56155


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