Dataset: SFSU
Taxa: Prosopis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SFSU - Vascular Plants of the Harry D. Thiers Herbarium at San Francisco State University


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SFSU-VP-005755Gail Waldron   0451992-04-14
USA, California, Riverside

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SFSU-VP-005754Peterson   1381966-04-09
USA, California, Imperial

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SFSU-VP-005753D. Marcellini   611963-04-12
USA, California, Inyo

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SFSU-VP-005752Alisya Galo   0041989-03-19
USA, California, Riverside

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SFSU-VP-005751Alisya Galo   0041989-03-19
USA, California, Riverside

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SFSU-VP-005750Robert W. Murphy   74-0731974-04-13
USA, California, Imperial

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Prosopis glandulosa var. torreyana (L.D. Benson) M.C. Johnst.
SFSU-VP-005749Susan Meyer   681979-04-09
USA, California, Inyo

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Prosopis glandulosa var. torreyana (L.D. Benson) M.C. Johnst.
SFSU-VP-005748B. Trowbridge   31961973-04-18
USA, California, Inyo

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SFSU-VP-005747L.B. Schmidt   1091960-04-14
USA, California, San Bernardino

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Prosopis glandulosa var. torreyana (L.D. Benson) M.C. Johnst.
SFSU-VP-005746B. Trowbridge   8941974-06-20
USA, Arizona, Maricopa


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