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

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Jemez Mountain Herbarium


JEMEZ
01960hC.F. Keller   2005-06-14
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Olive street canyon by PEEC nature trail, 35.266667 -106.883333, 2173m

JEMEZ
02869hC.F. Keller   2008-09-14
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, White Rock Canyon -- Blue Dot trail at bottom near and beyond southernmost seep., 35.816667 -106.183333, 1676m

JEMEZ
03995hC. Keller & R. Greiner   2014-07-31
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, White Rock Canyon: River Trail south of Blue Dot Trail, 35.811389 -106.180833, 1668m

JEMEZ
267Brian Reif   2002-06-06
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Santa Fe National Forest and Vicinity: Jemez Mountains: NM Hwy 4 at Soda Dam, 1.7 air mi N of Jemez Springs, S 0.5 mi to bridge. W1/2 S13., 35.7923 -106.6833, 1932m

JEMEZ
BRMP 0977hLeo Martinez   1975-08-27
United States, New Mexico, Los Alamos, Los Alamos National laboratory--


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Google Map

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