Dataset: FH
Search Criteria: United States of America OR USA OR U.S.A.; Texas; Jeff Davis; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH-GH:GH
Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788376V. L. Cory   535911947-04-29
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis, 8 3/4 miles S.W. of Chispa

FH-A:A
Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788381R. A. Studhalter   10591925-05-00
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis, Limpia Canyon

FH-GH:GH
Krameria grayi Rose & Painter
barcode-01788421J. A. Moore (Texas) & J. A. Steyermark   1931-06-16
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis, Davis Mountains; between Big Aguja and Bob Manning Canyons, 1190m

FH-A:A
Krameria grayi Rose & Painter
barcode-01788430J. A. Moore (Texas) & J. A. Steyermark   1931-06-16
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis, Davis Mountains; between Big Aguja and Bob Manning Canyons, 1190m

FH:FH
Xanthoparmelia chiricahuensis (R. A. Anderson & W. A. Weber) O. Blanco, A. Crespo, J. A. Elix, D. L. Hawksworth & H. T. Lumbsch
barcode-00405832W. A. Weber   1974-05-01
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis County, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Pseudevernia intensa (Nylander) Hale & W. L. Culberson
barcode-00474728John A. Moore & J. A. Steyermark   1931-07-17
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis County, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Pseudevernia intensa (Nylander) Hale & W. L. Culberson
barcode-00964047W. L. Culberson   221371991-08-11
United States of America, Texas, Jeff Davis County, Davis Mountains, NW of Fort Davis, at the Lawrence E. Wood Picnic Area on Route 118, 1524m


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