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Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Notholaena grayi, Notholaena grayi ssp. grayi (Cheilanthes grayi), Notholaena grayi ssp. sonorensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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pilotorch2 - Now TEX for TORCH Georef testing


TEX
TEX00195765Thomas R. Van Devender|Ana Lilia Reina G.|J. Ruíz C.   2005-4872004-04-02
Mexico, Sonora, Nogales, No locality name provided., 31.05389 -110.95028

TEX
TEX00361454Barton H. Warnock   202471935-09-24
United States, Texas, Brewster, Near Sunny Glen.

TEX
TEX00361455Barton H. Warnock   202451938-08-30
United States, Texas, Brewster, Frequent in Chisos Mountains Basin.

TEX
Notholaena grayi subsp. grayi
TEX00501809George Yatskievych|Michael Windham|Kathleen M. Pryer|Amanda Grusz|Lisa George   16-1372016-04-30
United States, Texas, Burnet, Inks Lake State Park, along Park Road 4 in Stumpy Hollow area, ca. 1/2 air mile from park headquarters. W side of road on S-facing slope, off Lake Trail., 30.50108 -98.81844

TEX
Notholaena grayi subsp. grayi
TEX00522986James A. Mears   17511967-06-03
United States, Arizona, Pima, 3.85 miles up Mt. LemmonRoad past entrance sign to Coronado Forest.

pilotorch1 - Now BRIT for TORCH Georef testing


BRIT
BRIT241847Jimmy L. Blassingame   9121969-01-31
United States, Texas, Presidio, Pinto Canyon, approximately 55 miles south-west of Marfia

pilotorch3 - Now OKLA for TORCH Georef testing


OKLA
OKLA103209Jim Blassingame   9131969-01-31
United States, Texas, Presidio, Pinto Canyon, 54 miles SW of Marfa


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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