Dataset: SRP
Taxa: Cactaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
15954F. Hochstaetter   9.41996-04-20
U.S.A., Idaho, Cotterell Mountains, south., 1800m

SRP
15955F. Hochstaetter   9.3.51997-06-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Bald Mountains., 2000m

SRP
15957F. Hochstaetter   9.201997-06-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Oreana., 1035m

SRP
15958F. Hochstaetter   1151997-06-08
U.S.A., Nevada, Humboldt River., 1350m

SRP
15959F. Hochstaetter   101997-06-11
U.S.A., Oregon, Painted Hills., 900m

SRP
62342J. F. Smith   142232017-06-07
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Mud Flat Road. Ca. 11.4 miles from Hwy 78., 42.81793 -116.17754, 1023m

SRP
65584Don H. Mansfield, B. McCoy, E. Hilpman, W. Bascom   162422016-06-18
U.S.A., Idaho, Lemhi, At quartzite outcrop at the mouth of Sawmill Canyon just west of Sawmill Creek in Little Lost River valley on west base of Lemhi Range, 44.3139 -113.34095, 2073m

SRP
65771Barbara Ertter, B. Corbin, S. Herzog, J. Torell   226482016-06-18
U.S.A., Idaho, Butte, North Creek Road 2.3 miles from Little Lost River Hwy. Lower Lost River Valley ca 12 airmi NNW of Howe, above rim of North Creek., 43.954 -113.093, 1760m

SRP
Pediocactus nigrispinus (Hochstätter) Hochstätter
15936F. Hochstaetter   19.11997-06-07
U.S.A., Oregon, Mickey Hot Springs., 1200m

SRP
Pediocactus nigrispinus (Hochstätter) Hochstätter
15956L. Norton   
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, detailed locality information protected

SRP
Pediocactus nigrispinus (Hochstätter) Hochstätter
45923F. Hochstatter   
U.S.A., Washington, Kittitas, detailed locality information protected

SRP
Pediocactus nigrispinus (Hochstätter) Hochstätter
45924F. Hochstatter   
U.S.A., Idaho, detailed locality information protected

SRP
Pediocactus nigrispinus (Hochstätter) Hochstätter
45934F. Hochstatter   s.n.2000-00-00
U.S.A., Oregon, Mitchell, 800m


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