Dataset: CLEMS-
Search Criteria: Mexico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Clemson University Herbarium


CLEMS
CLEMS-F0002393C. L. Smith   1949
Mexico, at different localities, 24.309428 -101.7242

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0002472C. L. Smith   19351895-00-00
Mexico, Veracruz, Jalapa.; 19.544831 -96.917709, 19.544831 -96.917709

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0001834S. F. Miller   30721893-04-00
Mexico, Veracruz, Xalapa, near Jalapa; 19.544831 -96.917709, 19.544831 -96.917709

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0003508E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-10-23
Mexico, Yautepee, 18.889156 -99.062638

CLEMS
Puccinia imperspicua P. Syd. & Syd.
CLEMS-F0003517E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-10-27
Mexico, Baja California, Mexicali, Pachuca; 32.611824 -114.82426, 32.611824 -114.82426

CLEMS
Uromyces euphorbiae Cooke & Peck
CLEMS-F0003249E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1900-10-01
Mexico, City of Mexico; 19.434167 -99.138611, 19.434167 -99.138611

CLEMS
Uromyces jatrophae Dietel & Holw.
CLEMS-F0003553E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-10-09
Mexico, Zapotlan, Jalisco; 19.703521 -103.464796, 19.703521 -103.464796

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0003217E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1899-10-00
Mexico, City of Mexico, 19.435707 -99.131757

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0003930E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-11-13
Mexico, Etla, Oaxaca; 17.205002 -96.798335, 17.205002 -96.798335

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0004052E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-10-10
Mexico, Nevada de Toluca, 19.289067 -99.66284, 3170m

CLEMS
Puccinia gentianae (F. Strauss) Link
CLEMS-F0004015E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-10-27
Mexico, Pachuca, 20.117362 -98.742915

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0004014E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-11-10
Mexico, Oaxaca, Oaxaca; 17.051561 -96.726083, 17.051561 -96.726083

CLEMS
CLEMS-F0004033E. W. D. Holway   s.n.1903-11-07
Mexico, Tehuacan, Pueblo; 18.461476 -97.392821, 18.461476 -97.392821


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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