Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Krascheninnikovia ceratoides subsp. lanata (Ceratoides lanata, Ceratoides lanata var. ruinina, Ceratoides lanata var. subspinosa, Krascheninnikovia lanata, Eurotia lanata, Eurotia lanata var. subspinosa)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens

Krascheninnikovia lanata (Pursh) A.D.J. Meeuse & Smit
16963Denise C. Wilson   WY-930A-912011-10-30
United States, Colorado, Weld, Central Plains Experimental Range, USDA Rangeland Resources Unit, Nunn, CO. North on HWY 85 to CR 114. Site 2-go east 1 mile through cattle guard to the left and drive 1 1/2 miles north along the fenceline to Section 15NW. Site 5 - Section 5NE, which is, 40.834516667 -104.77105, 1661m

Krascheninnikovia lanata (Pursh) A.D.J. Meeuse & Smit
75337N. Sawyer   1992-06-04
United States, Colorado, Weld County, .5 m S of Co Rd 122, .5 m W od Co Rd 37,CPER, 40.8648 -104.7243

Krascheninnikovia lanata (Pursh) A.D.J. Meeuse & Smit
172054Robert M. Muir   1901937-08-29
United States, Colorado, Weld, 40.8648 -104.7053, 1677m

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