Dataset: JEMEZ
Taxa: Araceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Jemez Mountain Herbarium


JEMEZ
02751.3hC.F. Keller   2008-07-08
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Los Alamos, Valle Canyon about 1 mile west of Rt. 501, 35.85 -105.366667, 2484m

JEMEZ
02890hC.F. Keller   2009-01-08
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Los Alamos Co, White Rock Canyon: Steam just below Pajarito Spring, 35.803889 -106.196944, 1716m

JEMEZ
03834hC. Keller and R. Greiner   2013-08-26
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, San Pedro Parks Wilderness, Vega Redondo, 36.1 -106.778333, 3018m

JEMEZ
04264hC.F. Keller   2016-04-28
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, White Rock Canyon: Blue Dot Trail, seep along River Trail south, 35.818889 -106.178889, 1664m

JEMEZ
74431Ronald L. Hartman   2002-05-24
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Santa Fe National Forest and Vicinity: Jemez Mountains: White Rock Canyon. Red Dot Trail to Pajarito Springs, the Rio Grande and down stream ca 1 mi; 2 - 2.5 air mi S of White Rock., 35.8099 -106.2, 1768m


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