Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Artemisia campestris, Artemisia campestris subsp. richardsoniana (Artemisia arctica, Artemisia arctica subsp. arctica, Artemisia richardsoniana), Artemisia campestris subsp. pacifica (Artemisia camporum, Oligosporus campestris subsp. pacificus, Oligosporus pacificus, Artemisia campestris var. petiolata, Artemisia campestris var. scouleriana, Artemisia pacifica, Artemisia campestris var. pacifica), Artemisia campestris subsp. caudata (Artemisia forwoodii, Oligosporus campestris subsp. caudatus, Oligosporus caudatus, Artemisia caudata, Artemisia caudata var. calvens, Artemisia campestris var. caudata), Artemisia campestris subsp. borealis (Artemisia purshiana, Artemisia ripicola, Oligosporus groenlandicus, Artemisia borealis, Artemisia borealis f. purshii, Artemisia borealis f. latisecta, Artemisia campestris var. purshii, Artemisia borealis subsp. purshii, Artemisia borealis var. latisecta, Artemisia borealis var. purshii), Artemisia campestris subsp. campestris (Oligosporus campestris), Artemisia campestris subsp. canadensis (Artemisia canadensis, Artemisia campestris var. canadensis), Artemisia campestris var. wormskioldii, Artemisia campestris var. borealis (Oligosporus groenlandicus, Artemisia borealis, Artemisia campestris var. purshii, Artemisia canadensis, Artemisia borealis subsp. purshii, Artemisia borealis var. latisecta, Artemisia borealis var. purshii, Artemisia campestris var. canadensis, Artemisia richardsoniana, Artemisia spithamea)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Artemisia campestris subsp. pacifica (Nutt.) Hall & Clements
283062S. P. McLaughlin; B. N. Timmermann   30361985-08-16
United States, Arizona, Pima County, N. Santa Rita Mountains; Empire Gulch, Box Canyon Rd, 2.3 mi W of Hwy 83, 31.8018 -110.8084, 1539m

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