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Go to this image 09380 Fabaceae  Trifolium kingii S. Watson 
"King's clover"

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[Sevier Plateau], Niotche Creek-Lost Creek divide, along Gooseberry-Fremont Road ca. 20.5 miles S of Exit 63 of I-70;
38° 44' 57" N, 111° 39' 50" W.  10506 ft.  
United States
Utah
Sevier County
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Go to this image 04316 Fabaceae  Trifolium kingii S. Watson 
"King's clover"

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Gooseberry Rd.
38° 47' 37" N, 111° 39' 38" W.  
United States
Utah
Sevier County
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Go to this image 10801 Fabaceae  Trifolium kingii S. Watson var. kingii
"King's clover"

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connecting road from Geyser Pass to Dark Canyon, [La Sal Mountains, Geyser Pass Road, N of Dark Canyon];
38° 28' 42" N, 109° 13' 34" W.  10402 ft.  
United States
Utah
San Juan County
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