Dataset: OSU-B
Search Criteria: Mexico; Sonora; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Kathy Merrifield   12031995-12-24
Mexico, Sonora, [needs research], Sonora: Aduana; somewhere east of Alamos (less than 20 miles).

OSU:B
Kathy Merrifield   12041994-12-24
Mexico, Sonora, [needs research], Sonora: 1.4 mile downstream from Aduana, somewhere east of Alamos.

OSU:B
Kathy Merrifield   1199C1994-12-20
Mexico, Sonora, [needs research], Sonora: 45 air miles SE of Sonoyta; Sonoran Desert; on north bank of wash.

OSU:B
Kathy Merrifield   1199A1994-12-20
Mexico, Sonora, [needs research], 45 air miles SE of Sonoyta.

OSU:B
Kathy Merrifield   12051995-12-24
Mexico, Sonora, [needs research], Sonora Co.; .5 mile downstream along river from Aduana, somewhere east of Alamos.

OSU:B
Kathy Merrifield   12021994-12-24
Mexico, Sonora, [needs research], Sonora: Aduana, mining town somewhere east of Alamos.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.