Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Astragalus desperatus, Astragalus desperatus var. conspectus (Astragalus barnebyi), Astragalus desperatus var. desperatus, Astragalus desperatus var. neeseae (Astragalus equisolensis), Astragalus desperatus var. petrophilus
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-BRY:Plants-V
BRYV0102378S. L. Welsh   211671982-05-22
United States, Utah, San Juan, Ca 3 mi S of Wilson Arch., 38.23564 -109.37656

SEINet-BRY:Plants-V
BRYV0102377S. L. Welsh   210681982-05-10
United States, Utah, San Juan, Ca 10 mi N Church Rock., 38.23564 -109.37656, 1768m

SEINet-NY:Plants
812130S. L. Welsh   211671982-05-22
United States, Utah, San Juan Co., Ca. 3 miles south of Wilson Arch, 38.24 -109.37

SEINet-NY:Plants
812128S. L. Welsh   210681982-05-10
United States, Utah, San Juan Co., Ca. 10 miles north of Church Rock, 38.24 -109.37, 1768m

SEINet-UVSC:Plants-VASC
10412D.M. Barnes   43682005-04-28
United States, Utah, Grand, Wilsons Arch, Highway 91, fenced area W of highway, 38.275694 -109.371805


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