Dataset: SEINet-Plants
Taxa: Ceanothus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens

71091Thornber   2751903-07-14
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Stone Cabin Canyon. Santa Rita Mountains, 31.7679 -110.8484, 1676m

513395Clarence L. Forsling   2041917-08-26
United States, New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: Ropes Springs., 1677m

513396Clarence L. Forsling   2571919-04-29
United States, New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: Dry slopes above Ropes Springs., 1680m

ASU0086271Liz Makings   46122015-03-08
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Tonto National Forest; Mesquite Wash, near confluence with Sycamore Creek, 33.731165 -111.515735, 620m

UNA00009556Sherrie E. Maginness | Sherrie E. Maginness #   s.n.1966-05-23
United States, Alabama, Hale, Five miles west of county road #14 on county road #15, 32.72028 -87.78194

UTC00226733Allen Carpenter   81-471981-03-25
United States, California, Madera, San Joaquin Experimental Range., 37.099 -119.739, 305m

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Google Map

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