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

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH-GH:GH
Amoreuxia wrightii A. Gray
barcode-00061699C. Wright   791849-07-22
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, [three miles beyond the crossing of Devils (San Pedro) River]

FH-GH:GH
Amoreuxia wrightii A. Gray
barcode-00061698C. Wright   791849-07-22
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, [three miles beyond the crossing of Devils (San Pedro) River]

FH-GH:GH
Amoreuxia wrightii A. Gray
barcode-00061697C. Wright   791849-07-22
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, [three miles beyond the crossing of Devils (San Pedro) River]

FH-GH:GH
Amoreuxia wrightii A. Gray
barcode-00518801C. Wright   13401852-07-00
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, [“Hills at Painted Caves, near the San Pedro River (the same locality as that of No. 79)]

FH-GH:GH
Amoreuxia wrightii A. Gray
barcode-00518802C. Wright   13401852-07-00
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, [“Hills at Painted Caves, near the San Pedro River (the same locality as that of No. 79)]

FH-A:A
Krameria erecta Willdenow ex Schultes
barcode-01788384Harris B. Parks   1928-06-20
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, near Comstock

FH-A:A
Krameria grayi Rose & Painter
barcode-01788436E. J. Palmer   123541917-06-27
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde, Del Rio

FH:FH
Lecanora glabrata (Acharius) Malme
barcode-00451258Goree   1973-06-12
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde County, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Psorotichia A. Massal.
barcode-00475256W. A. Weber   1974-04-30
United States of America, Texas, Val Verde County, [data not captured]


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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