Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Eriochloa acuminata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-ASU:Plants
ASU0068779S. Clark Martin   1964-10-23
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Plot 9., 31.7753 -110.884, 1250m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
Eriochloa acuminata (J. Presl) Kunth
158538H. D. Galt   s.n.1964-08-25
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 31.7775 -110.8635, 1158m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
ASU0068788S. Clark Martin   1964-09-28
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experiemental Range, Plot 6A., 31.8247 -110.833, 1250m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
ASU0068789S. Clark Martin   1964-09-29
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Plot 6A., 31.8247 -110.833, 1250m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
Eriochloa acuminata (J. Presl) Kunth
17024R. A Darrow; H. S. Haskell   20851944-09-29
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Desert Grassland Station, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 31.8334 -110.8529, 1158m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
ASU0082981Liz Makings   45052014-10-08
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Tonto National Forest, Mesquite Wash, tributary to Sycamore Creek off Hwy 87, 33.730661 -111.514202, 620m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Liz Makings   45052014-10-08
United States, Arizona, Maricopa County, Tonto National Forest; Mesquite Wash, tributary to Sycamore Creek off Hwy 87, 33.730661 -111.514202, 620m

SEINet-MO:Plants
Eriochloa acuminata (J. Presl) Kunth
100851295Liz Makings   45052014-10-08
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Tonto National Forest; Mesquite Wash, tributary to Sycamore Creek off Hwy 87., 33.730661 -111.514202, 617m


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