Dataset: OBI
Taxa: Fouquieriaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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OBI - Robert F. Hoover Herbarium, Cal Poly State University


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Fouquieria diguetii (Tiegh.) I.M. Johnst.
OBI128145David Keil   166921983-01-09
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Along Rte 1 ca. 19 mi S of Villa Constitucion (measured from jctn w/Rte 4). Ca. 30 m elev., 24.78806 -111.56167, 30m

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OBI128150Melissa Luckow   8161982-04-14
United States, California, San Bernardino, Pinto Basin Rd, 2.3 mi SE of Cottonwood Visitor Center. 4.4 mi N of jctn with I-10, 33.722757 -115.814004

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OBI128154Don Cates   1967-03-19
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, North side of McDowell Peak, McDowell Mt. Park, 914m

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OBI128155Elinor Lehto   75631966-12-10
United States, Arizona, Mohave, 1 mi north of Big Sandy River on Hwy 93

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OBI128152David Keil   1941966-04-19
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Foothills of South Mountain, Phoenix, 366m

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OBI128149David Keil   168701983-01-00
Mexico, Sonora, 7 miles E of jctn w/Mexico Rte 15 along Masiaca-Alamos rd. Ca. 200 ft elev., 61m


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