Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Phacelia crenulata, Phacelia crenulata var. ambigua (Phacelia ambigua), Phacelia crenulata var. minutiflora (Phacelia minutiflora)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
Phacelia ambigua M.E. Jones
ASU0031568Richard S. Felger   73141963-04-12
Mexico, Sonora, Mpio. de Imuris. 5.8 miles by road (MEX 15) south of Imuris., 30.709667 -110.85975, 889m

ASU
Phacelia ambigua M.E. Jones
ASU0031571Richard S. Felger; associates   187621970-03-09
Mexico, Sonora, Arroyo de Tule, vicinity Tinaja de Tule, SW part of Pinacate lava field., 31.7667 -113.592, 210m

ASU
Phacelia ambigua M.E. Jones
ASU0031572Richard S. Felger   192081970-03-20
Mexico, Sonora, Ca. 1 km south-ward (downstream) from Tule Tank, SW part of Pinacate region., 31.709825 -113.605384, 200m

ASU
Phacelia ambigua M.E. Jones
ASU0031573Richard S. Felger   192561970-03-22
Mexico, Sonora, Ca. ½ km north of Moon Crater, SW part of Pinacate region., 31.709825 -113.605384, 75m

ASU
Phacelia ambigua M.E. Jones
ASU0031574Richard S. Felger; Shirly Fritchoff   85-4361985-03-04
Mexico, Sonora, Mpio. de Guaymas. Road to Cerro El Vigía, ca. 1 km north of base of mountain; vicinity of Guaymas., 27.935112 -110.913409, 248m

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ASU0041048Jon Rebman; Jose Delgadillo   15081993-03-11
Mexico, Baja California, 13.4 mi east of San Matias & 2.7 mi south of Hwy 3 between Ensenada and San Felipe; & north of Laguna Diablo., 31.2667 -115.283

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ASU0041049Howard Scott Gentry   86611949-03-09
Mexico, Baja California, Along arroyo 6 miles W of San Ignacio., 26.660235 -111.704146


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Google Map

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