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Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pseudognaphalium macounii (Gnaphalium decurrens, Gnaphalium macounii)
Search Criteria: Coconino; West Fork; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
Pseudognaphalium macounii (Greene) Kartesz
Edward Gilbert   4652000-09-14
United States, Arizona, Coconino, West Fork Canyon of Oak Creek, N. of Sedona. Between 3.5-4 miles upstream from canyon mouth. On trail that runs along creek 50' up right bank; within northern section of Red Rock/Secret Mountain Wilderness., 35.005833 -111.776389, 1707m

ASU:Plants
Pseudognaphalium macounii (Greene) Kartesz
Edward Gilbert   4752000-09-16
United States, Arizona, Coconino, West Fork Canyon of Oak Creek, N. of Sedona. About 1/4 to 1/2 miles up stream from confluence with Oak Creek; within northern section of Red Rock/Secret Mountain Wilderness., 34.9931 -111.749, 1631m

ASU:Plants
Pseudognaphalium macounii (Greene) Kartesz
Edward Gilbert   8002001-08-29
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Lower West Fork Canyon of Oak Creek. About 1/2 mile up stream from canyon mouth, along trail, on right in a small semi-open field of Bracken Fern; within northern section of Red Rock/Secret Mountain Wilderness., 34.9902 -111.748, 1616m


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