Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Malacothrix glabrata (Malacothrix californica var. glabrata)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-ASU:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
David Keil   K-113611976-05-08
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Along Continental-Greaterville Rd; 1.5 miles west of jctn with Santa Rita Ranch Road, 31.7781 -110.844, 1158m

SEINet-UCR:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
UCR-136057George K. Helmkamp   47661996-05-02
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Greaterville Rd, 3.9 mi E of the jct of White Horse Cyn Rd & Madera Cyn Rd., 31.78833 -110.82167, 1494m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
Kieth   611963-04-15
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Range Experimental Station, 31.83 -110.86, 1112m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
261811S. P. McLaughlin; J. E. Bowers   32031986-03-08
United States, Arizona, Pima County, 3.3 mi south of Helvetia on W side of north Santa Rita Mountains, 31.8253 -110.8147, 1341m

SEINet-RM:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
480870Richard S. Griffith   4321926-03-25
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Range Reserve: Rodent Station., 31.84384 -110.87897, 1098m

SEINet-RM:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
480865Rudolph L. Hensel   1361916-03-27
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Range Reserve: near division fence gate., 31.84384 -110.87897, 1037m

SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
Malacothrix glabrata (A. Gray ex D.C. Eat.) A. Gray
261798S. P. McLaughlin; J. E. Bowers   32171986-03-08
United States, Arizona, Pima County, N Santa Rita Mountains, near jct For Ser rds 505 &485, 1.7 mi SW of Helvetia, 31.8544 -110.8149, 1219m


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