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

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Jemez Mountain Herbarium


JEMEZ
04777R. Greiner   2018-12-25
USA, New Mexico, Los Alamos, West Road between Bridge and Skating Rink--overflow parking, 35.880278 -106.324722

JEMEZ
04778hR. Greiner   2018-12-20
USA, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Burnt Mesa near its end, well S of trail near large kiva mound and elk exclosure, 35.636944 -106.312222

JEMEZ
04795Roy Greiner   2019-01-28
USA, New Mexico, Los Alamos, White Rock “Y”, 35.868889 -106.213889

JEMEZ
BRMP 0510hFoxx   1988-06-01
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Pajarito Mtn. along Pipeline Rd., 2926m

JEMEZ
BRMP 0511hTierney & Foxx   1985-06-18
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Los Alamos Canyon--live firing range, 35.866667 -106.220833, 1951m

JEMEZ
Juniperus monosperma (Engelm.) Sarg.
BRMP 1613hT.E. Hakonson   1975-09-01
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Trinity 21???--common in the area


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