Dataset: F-Botany
Taxa: Holographis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0047384FC. A. Purpus   33461908-07-00
MEXICO

F:Botany
V0047385FE. Palmer   1351907-02-01
MEXICO

F:Botany
V0047382FC. A. Purpus   13271905-02-00
MEXICO

F:Botany
V0047383FF. Miranda   68121951-01-07
MEXICO

F:Botany
Holographis pallida Leonard & Gentry
H. S. Gentry   1350
Mexico, Sonora

F:Botany
C. A. Purpus   5225
Mexico, San Luis PotosĂ­

F:Botany
T. F. Daniel   5386
Mexico, Oaxaca

F:Botany
Holographis virgata (Harvey ex Benth. & Hook. f.) Daniel
S. Boyd   5694
Mexico, Baja California Norte

F:Botany
A. Salinas T.   5919
Mexico, Oaxaca

F:Botany
Holographis virgata (Harvey ex Benth. & Hook. f.) Daniel
F. Shreve   7086
Mexico, Baja California Sur

F:Botany
I. M. Johnston   8675
Mexico, Coahuila


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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