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

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens

ASC00027151C.D. Johnson   731967-08-17
United States, ARIZONA, Pima County, Florida canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.77444 -110.86722

16137L. M. Pultz; W. S. Phillips   18631945-08-29
United States, Arizona, Pima County, 1 mile N. of Desert Grassland Station, Santa Rita Experimental Range, 31.8334 -110.8529, 1143m

438883Leon C. Hurtt   521916-09-06
United States, New Mexico, Dona Ana, Jornada Range Reserve: near SW corner of Pasture Number 3., 32.69959 -106.80129, 1311m

00934950Dina Clark; Mike Gellner   27582008-08-14
United States, Colorado, Yuma, Approx. 12 miles northwest of Idalia, along the south side of the Arikaree River, east of County Road U., 39.758232 -102.451181, 1186m

KHD00025639Dina Clark   27582008-08-14
United States, Colorado, Yuma, Approx 12 mi NW of Idalia, along the south side of the Arikaree River, east of County Road U. T3S R45W SEC30, 39.758232 -102.451181, 1186m

Terrestrial Plant Collection (Herbarium Vouchers)

NEON02CBCJ.R. Doby   3802019-10-30
United States, Florida, Putnam, Domain 03, Ordway-Swisher Biological Station, eastern edge of Brantley Lakes 3 and 4, NEON Plot OSBS_010., 29.69174583 -81.9418306

NEON04CNX   2020-11-25
United States, Puerto Rico, Lajas Municipio, External Labs, Arizona State University; manages many of NEON's collections, 18.021261 -67.076889, 16m

NEON04N4YW. Plaza-Muniz   1262020-12-01
United States, Puerto Rico, Guanica Municipio, Guanica Forest NEON, Guanica Dry Forest Dinamita trail, PR., 17.96854 -66.86449, 137m

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Google Map

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