United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe National Forest and Vicinity: Jemez Mountains: Salitral Creek and spring, 4.5 air mi WNW of Coyote, where NM Hwy 148 crosses creek. Collection within 1/4 mi up and down creek and at nearby spring. NW1/4 S36., 36.1872 -106.6833, 2152m
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe National Forest and vicinity: Jemez Mountains: Arroyo de los Frijoles, 2.5 air mi W of Abiquiu. From corral at start of Barranca Trail 111 3.4 air mi S to Frijoles Spring. SE1/4 S24; also W1/2 S25, SE1/4 S26, S35, and T22N R5E S2., 36.1706 -106.3833, 2134m
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Santa Fe National Forest and Vicinity: Jemez Mountains: Arroyo Montasa canyon, 1 air mi up canyon from junction with the Rio Grande River and across river from Bandelier National Monument; N35.716 W106.251, W 0.3 air mi to N35.716 W106.256 at pour off., 35.716 -106.251, 1835m
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Santa Fe National Forest and Vicinity: Jemez Mountains: Battleship Rock Forest Recreation Site, 2.8 air mi S of La Cueva, following Trail 137 on East Fork Jemez River for 0.7 mi. N1/2 S5., 35.829 -106.65, 2134m
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