Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Amyris marshii
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0046459Donald J. Pinkava; Lewis, Keil, Meyer   P-61161969-04-04
Mexico, Coahuila, Cuatro Ciénegas Basin. Sierra de San Marcos opposite Poso Los Fresnos., 26.703022 -101.897401

ASU
ASU0046460M. C. Johnston; T. L. Wendt, F. Chiang, D. Riskind   120191973-08-02
Mexico, Coahuila, Cañón de la Gravia above (S of) Rancho de la Gavia., 26.30833 -101.25, 1250 - 2200m

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0071221FE. G. Marsh   661935-00-00
MEXICO

F:Botany
E. G. Marsh, Jr.   253
Mexico, Coahuila

F:Botany
M. M. Lacás   307
Mexico, Nuevo León


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Google Map

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