Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Euphorbia hirta (Chamaesyce gemella, Chamaesyce hirta, Euphorbia gemella, Euphorbia hirta var. typica)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-ASU:Plants
Chamaesyce hirta (L.) Millsp.
James R. Rosowski   211965-08-15
United States, Arizona, Pima County, 4 mi. above Box Canyon (Madera Canyon area); Santa Rita Mtns., 31.78 -110.89, 1115m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
69881Forrest Shreve   63371933-08-17
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Florida Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.7745 -110.8679, 1493m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Chamaesyce hirta (L.) Millsp.
McLeod   7281971-08-25
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Greaterville Rd. 7.2 mi W of Hidden Springs Ranch Rd., 31.8 -110.8, 1474m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
176042P. S. Martin   s.n.1959-08-16
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Box Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.8018 -110.8084, 1432m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
213484Steven P. McLaughlin; Niall McCarten, Steve Sutherland   17011978-08-16
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Box Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains; 6.5 mi. W of Hwy 83, 31.8018 -110.8084, 1463m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
164198James R. Rosowski   211965-08-15
United States, Arizona, Pima County, 4 mi. above Box Canyon (Madera Canyon area), Santa Rita Mountains, 31.8018 -110.8084

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
158295J. R. Rosowski   211965-08-15
United States, Arizona, Pima County, 4. mi. above Box Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.8018 -110.8084

SEINet-RM:Plants
511797Matt J. Culley   661922-09-13
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Range Reserve: Graveyard Mine., 31.84384 -110.87897, 1220m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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