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

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
15204H. M Hall, H. D. Babcock   50942004-06-11
U.S.A., California, Kern, Jct. S and W forks of Kern River.

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
15205J. F. Smith   35521995-06-25
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Along Mud Flat rd, 7 mi. from Rt. 78., 42.866667 -116.083333, 762m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
33959J. F. Smith   86732010-06-08
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Mud Flat Road, 42.814633 -116.176233, 1032m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
33960J. F. Smith   86192010-05-31
U.S.A., Idaho, Twin Falls, Tuana Gulch, off of Shoestring Road, 42.90399 -114.98793, 883 - 938m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
34376D. Atha   21172000-05-11
U.S.A., Nevada, Churchill, Above US 95 about 1 mile (by air) north of Walker Indian Reservation and 3.4 miles north (by air) of Lyon County line., 39.151667 -118.7435, 1280m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
44989J. F. Smith   94302011-06-09
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Cliffs above Bruneau., 42.901783 -115.791533, 903m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
54508J. F. Smith   125382015-06-10
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Roadside along highway 51, near milepost 58., 42.729167 -115.896967, 1013m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
73653Arnold Tiehm   186082020-04-10
U.S.A., Nevada, Nye, 6.0 road miles WNW of Amargosa Valley (Lathrop Wells) on highway 95 to Beatty, then 1.1 road miles N on a dirt road., 36.68531 -116.4973, 831m

SRP
Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A.T. Rich.
75734C. Davidson, S. Buerki   141272021-05-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Junction of Bruneau Dunes Rd. and rd. to the Dunes observatory parking and north Dunes lake., 42.904333 -115.692611, 780m


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