Search Results — 10 specimen records retrieved (10 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Ditaxis neomexicana (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All; Collector=Doux;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  JEPS122541  Ditaxis neomexicana T. La Doux with J. Andre, H. Bartosh, R. Preston 2010-3-20 447 San Bernardino Turtle Mountains; N end of Turtle Mountains 2 miles southwest of Los Arch Mine Area, approximate 0.5 mile south of Mohawk Spring, approximate 12 miles west of Highway 95. Mohawk Spring 7.5' Q. Comment
  JEPS123689  Ditaxis neomexicana T. La Doux with J. Andre, H. Bartosh, R. Preston, JEPS Herbarium Workshop 2010-3-18 422 San Bernardino Sacramento Mountains; eastern end of Sacramento Mountains, along dirt road 1.7 mi S of I-40 at Highway 95 Junction, approx. 1 mi E of Flattop Mountain and 4 mi S of Eagle Peak. 7.5' Quad: Flattop Mountain. Comment
  JOTR28957  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha 2005-3-30 1193 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. Next to Fried Liver Wash 544 Comment
  JOTR29193  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha 2005-9-8 1306 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. Fried Liver Wash 395 Comment
  JOTR32229  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha, M. Harding, T. Herskovits, D. Shade, M. Wheeler 2011-4-13 2388 San Bernardino Joshua Tree National Park. Northeast boundary of park near Twentynine Palms entrance; Northeast of Queen Mountain and below '"Indian Head""; Large southeast flowing wash at the base of eastern Queen Mountains (Stop 3) 727 Comment
  JOTR32617  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha, M. Harding, T. Herskovits, D. Shade, M. Wheeler 2011-10-13 1634 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. eastern edge of Cottonwood Mountains, near mouth of Cottonwood Canyon; east of Rte. 11, aprpox. 2.5 miles north of park boundary 711 Comment
  JOTR33806  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha, B. Truesdell 2007-11-9 3304 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. Eagle Mountains along south boundary of park, open bajada below mouth of Lost Palms Canyon (STOP2) 601 Comment
  JOTR34025  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha, M. Harding 2010-4-7 2912 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. Southeast Little San Bernardino Mountains, north of Fan Hill; large, open southwest flowing fan below Key's View; in upper reaches of side canyon, approx. 1 mile north of park boundary Comment
  JOTR35006  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha, A. Miller, T. Vaughn, A. Johnson 2007-10-25 3108 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. Pinto Basin, along Old Dale Road Comment
  JOTR35055  Ditaxis neomexicana La Doux, Tasha, M. Harding and M. Stewart 2010-3-24 3507 Riverside Joshua Tree National Park. Coxcomb Mountains: southwest corner of park, north of MWD Aqueduct Road. South-facing bajada with shallow Sonoran desert riparian corridors among desert pavement. Comment



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