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

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


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Proboscidea spicata Correll
barcode-00093270D. S. Correll   342111967-06-14
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, Along route 170 east of Fort Leaton, in dry sandy soil

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Proboscidea althaeifolia (Bentham) Decaisne
barcode-01717206[data not captured]   
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, [data not captured]

FH-GH:GH
Proboscidea althaeifolia (Bentham) Decaisne
barcode-01717209[data not captured]   
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, [data not captured]

FH-GH:GH
Proboscidea louisianica subsp. fragrans (Lindley) Bretting
barcode-01717267[data not captured]   
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, [data not captured]

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Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788371U. T. Waterfall   1943-06-26
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, south end of Van Horn Mts. near Porvenir

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Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788374L. C. Hinckley   1941-06-02
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, One-half mile within Presidio County, Chispa-Porvenir road, 1025m

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Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788382L. C. Hinckley   1937-04-00
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, San Esteban Lake, Marfa, 1350m

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Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788386R. McVaugh   79871947-04-17
United States of America, Texas, Presidio, 16 miles north of Candelaria

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Xanthoparmelia conspersa (Ehrhart ex Acharius) Hale
barcode-00467548L. Hubricht   B9121938-05-30
United States of America, Texas, Presidio County, [data not captured]


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.