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

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens

822548Erwin F. Evert   367811999-06-11
United States, Wyoming, Park, Yellowstone Plateau: Yellowstone National Park: along the Lower Blacktail Trail, ca 1 mi N of the Mammoth-Tower Road., 44.9649 -110.5931, 2012m

Musineon tenuifolium (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) J.M. Coult. & Rose
KHD00035726Velma Richards   1993-06-06
United States, Colorado, Weld, Pawnee National Grassland. Dave's Draw, 40.814011 -104.775734, 1646m

75325N. Sawyer   1992-05-02
United States, Colorado, Weld County, Owl Cr, 1.5 m S of USDA-ARS headquarters, CPER, 40.8213 -104.7053, 1615m

405949Leon C. Snyder   S-731938-06-08
United States, Colorado, Weld, 40.8648 -104.6862, 1646m

49435R Walter 1732   1970-06-30
United States, Colorado, Weld County, Pawnee Natl Grasslands Central Plains Exp Range, 40.8213 -104.7815, 1584m

172043Robert M. Muir   161937-06-15
United States, Colorado, Weld, 40.8648 -104.6862, 1677m

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Google Map

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