Dataset: SRP
Search Criteria: Mexico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
24242T. C. Frye, E. M. Frye   26221939-05-18
Mexico, Toluca, Mexico, west of Mexico City.

SRP
17528T. R. Van Devender   s.n.1977-11-25
Mexico, Sonora, Punto Cirio, Sierra Bacha.

SRP
15747D. Atwoo, R. Rosentreter and A. DeBolt   206651996-02-19
Mexico, Baja California (norte), 12 km W of San Quintin, near the Pacific Coast.

SRP
24919Harold Richards   21993-07-00
Mexico, Tamaulipas, El Cielo Biosphere Reserve, Gomez Farias Region.

SRP
43945J. Spencer   6871998-06-08
México, Chihuahua, 3 mi E. of Rancho "El Willy", 2012m

SRP
53550K. Thorne, D. Atwood, K. Anderson   109701993-12-28
México, Baja California (norte), 46 mi. south of Gray Whale National Park along Hwy 1.

SRP
Muhlenbergia minutissima (Steud.) Swallen
61507K. Thorne, D. Atwood, K. Anderson   109851993-12-28
México, Baja California (norte), 46 miles S of Gray Whale National park along Hwy 1.


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