Dataset: NEON-AMAC-CPCH; NEON-AMAC-CPPC; NEON-AMIC-CP; NEON-AMIC-FD; NEON-AMIC-MS; NEON-APLC-HVCH; NEON-APLC-HVPC; NEON-APLC-HVSS; NEON-BEMC-DNA; NEON-BEMC-SF; NEON-BMIC-CH... (show all)
Taxa: Xanthisma spinulosum (Dieteria spinulosa, Diplopappus pinnatifidus, Eriocarpum australe, Eriocarpum spinulosum, Machaeranthera australis, Machaeranthera laevis, Machaeranthera pinnata, Machaeranthera pinnatifida, Machaeranthera pinnatifida subsp. pinnatifida, Machaeranthera pinnatifida var. pinnatifida, Haplopappus spinulosus subsp. australis, Haplopappus spinulosus subsp. laevis, Haplopappus spinulosus var. canescens, Haplopappus spinulosus var. turbinellus, Sideranthus australis, Sideranthus cotula, Sideranthus laevis, Sideranthus puberulus, Sideranthus spinulosus, Sideranthus turbinellus, Sideranthus wootonii, Starkea pinnata, Amellus spinulosus, Machaeranthera pinnatifida/tanacetifolia), Xanthisma spinulosum var. austrotexanum (Machaeranthera texensis, Haplopappus texensis), Xanthisma spinulosum var. gooddingii (Haplopappus gooddingii, Haplopappus spinulosus subsp. gooddingii, Sideranthus gooddingii, Machaeranthera pinnatifida subsp. gooddingii, Haplopappus spinulosus var. gooddingii), Xanthisma spinulosum var. chihuahuanum (Haplopappus spinulosus var. chihuahuanus, Machaeranthera pinnatifida var. chihuahuana), Xanthisma spinulosum var. glaberrimum (Sideranthus glaberrimus, Sideranthus spinulosus var. glaberrimus, Machaeranthera pinnatifida var. glaberrima, Haplopappus spinulosus subsp. glaberrimus), Xanthisma spinulosum var. spinulosum
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Terrestrial Plant Collection (Herbarium Vouchers)


NEON:TPLC-HV
Xanthisma spinulosum (Pursh) D. R. Morgan & R. L. Hartman
NEON02MYTS. Rose   282019-08-15
United States, Arizona, Pima, Domain 14, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 31.87033 -110.8566, 1032m


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