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Lithospermum incisum Lehmann
Determiner: Robert Bye (1978)
Scott Camazine 027
Verbatim Date:11 July 1978
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Ojo Caliente; roadsides
36.303076 -106.046688 +-1000m. WGS84
The point was placed at the Geolocate point for Ojo Caliente per collector given locality info; Georeferenced 11/20/19.
Zuni name: kwimi k'winna, "root black"; Use: the black root fresh or dried is made into a tea for stomach aches and kidney problems. The powdered dried root is mixed with pinyon pine gum and applied topically for abrasions and skin infections.
Imager: Robbie Gershon; Date: 2/6/2017
Record Id: 2091163e-0408-470c-846c-a177e9802ce0
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