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University of Colorado Herbarium Databases

Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Potentilla subviscosa, Potentilla subviscosa var. ramulosa (Potentilla ramulosa), Potentilla subviscosa var. subviscosa
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection

00706598Joseph Andorfer Ewan   130441941-06-15
United States, Colorado, Las Animas, 1 mile south of Stonewall., 37.13887 -105.02087, 2591m

01131606Richard Scully   1672007-05-18
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Kaibab Plateau, about 13 air miles S of Jacob Lake. Intersection of Forest Roads 462 and 758., 36.529574 -112.212301, 2621m

01131614Richard Scully   1662007-05-18
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Kaibab Plateau, about 7 1/2 air miles S of Jacob Lake. NW of intersection of Highway 67 and Forest Road 212., 36.61158629 -112.1864456, 2591m

01131622James Scott   s.n.1985-05-15
United States, New Mexico, Mora, near Ledoux, eastern base of Sangre de Cristo Mountains, 35.862164 -106.670967

01131630A. H. Harris   s.n.1983-06-11
United States, New Mexico, Socorro, San Mateo Mts, Beartrap Canyon, 32.990905 -107.881704, 2530 - 2545m

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