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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryMexico
State/ProvinceSan Luis Potosi
Locality36 Miles East Of San Luis Potosi, Along Hwy 70.
Latitude22.5
Longitude-100.5
Institution CodeAsu
Collection CodePlants
Catalog NumberAsu0007159
Collected ByK. Robertson; L. Brown, P. Case, D.b. Dunn, & K. Torke
Date Collected1982-01-07

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The Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium is the second largest in the Arid Southwest with over 285,000 specimens. Our collection of Cactaceae is one of the best in the world, being particularly rich in cytological vouchers.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameJuniperus flaccida
KingdomPlantae
PhylumConiferophyta
Classpinopsida
OrderPinales
FamilyCupressaceae
GenusJuniperus
Specific Epithetflaccida
Scientific Name AuthorsSchltdl.
Specimen
Catalog NumberASU0007159
Other Catalog Numbers127861
Institution CodeASU
Collection CodePlants
Occurrence ID89374c8a-9125-4e32-8823-a6099efef2df
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByK. Robertson; L. Brown, P. Case, D.B. Dunn, & K. Torke
Collector Number322
Date Collected1982-01-07
Year1982
Month1
Day7
Start Day of Year7
Locality
CountryMexico
State / ProvinceSan Luis Potosi
Continentnorth america
Locality36 miles East of San Luis Potosi, along Hwy 70.
HabitatOak woodland with Cupprcssaceae (Weeping Juniper). Decomposing limestone abundant Mistletoe, first location of Spanish Moss.
Decimal Latitude22.5
Decimal Longitude-100.5
Minimum Elevation in Meters1844
Verbatim Elevation6050ft
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters35000
Georeferenced Byvelia
Other
Modified2016-03-13 14:59:30
ID1114843
dwc:georeferenceSourcesgeoref batch tool 2013-04-17; GeoLocate
dwc:collectionIDa2e32c87-d320-4a01-bafd-a9182ae2e191
symbiota:recordEnteredByMagen 2010_01_28
dwc:georeferenceVerificationStatusreviewed - high confidence
dcterms:referenceshttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/collections/individual/index.php?occid=1114843
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