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

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Jemez Mountain Herbarium


JEMEZ
Frasera speciosa Dougl. ex Griseb.
04620hC.F.Keller   2018-06-11
USA, New Mexico, Sandoval, Pajarito Mtn. ski hill run (Daisy Mae?) as it crosses dirt road, 35.891389 -106.387222

JEMEZ
Gentianopsis thermalis (Kuntze) Iltis
02818hC.F. Keller   2008-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, San Pedro Parks Wilderness Trail 43 just below stock pond, 36.108333 -106.779167, 3005m

JEMEZ
02873hC.F. Keller   2008-09-19
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Jemez Mtns. Graduation Flats FR 289 (dome lookout road), 35.825 -106.45, 2701m

JEMEZ
03039hC. Keller   2009-07-25
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, San Pedro Parks Wilderness trail 43 above FR 93G meadow just beyond spring/stockpond, 36.108333 -106.783333, 2987m

JEMEZ
03092.1hC.F. Keller   2009-08-17
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, San Pedro Parks Wilderness -- Headwaters of Rito de las Perchas,, 36.077778 -106.781944, 3063m

JEMEZ
Gentianopsis thermalis (Kuntze) Iltis
03809hC.F. Keller   2013-08-24
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, San Pedro Parks Wilderness Trail 43 just below stock pond, 36.108333 -106.779167, 3005m

JEMEZ
Frasera speciosa Dougl. ex Griseb.
906Brian Reif   2002-06-20
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Santa Fe National Forest and Vicinity: Jemez Mountains: Los Griegos Mountain, 8 air mi E of Jemez Ranger Station. From NM Hwy 4/4A junction, 1.5 air mi to summit. E1/2 S12; also South1/2 S7 and N1/2 S17., 35.8141 -106.5667, 3072m

JEMEZ
BRMP 1959hLANL Staff   1979-08-02
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Water Canyon, 2347m


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