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Go to this image 08716 Fabaceae  Thermopsis montana Nutt. 
"mountain goldenbanner"

View full record: Accession 08716  

Uinta Mountains, Sheep Creek Geologic Loop (FR 218), W of Utah Highway 44;
40° 56' 20" N, 109° 45' 17" W.  6361 ft.  
United States
Utah
Daggett County
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Go to this image 10825 Fabaceae  Thermopsis montana Nutt. 
"mountain goldenbanner"

View full record: Accession 10825  

road to Dark Canyon, [La Sal Mountains, W of the Geyser Pass Road, N of Mount Peale];
38° 27' 17" N, 109° 13' 3" W.  10686 ft.  
United States
Utah
San Juan County
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Go to this image 11601 Fabaceae  Thermopsis montana Nutt. 
"mountain goldenbanner"

View full record: Accession 11601  

Pine Valley Mountains, Browse trail, [Browse Guard Station vicinity, along Mill Creek];
37° 23' 10" N, 113° 21' 11" W.  6100 ft.  
United States
Utah
Washington County
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Go to this image 00468 Fabaceae  Thermopsis montana Nutt. 
"mountain goldenbanner"

View full record: Accession 00468  

N end of Mt. Nebo Scenic Loop, first campground.   United States
Utah
Utah County

 
Go to this image 10430 Fabaceae  Thermopsis rhombifolia (Nutt. ex Pursh) Nutt. ex Richardson 
"prairie thermopsis"

View full record: Accession 10430  

0.2 miles up small canyon, near mile marker 206 on Highway 44.
40° 32' 4" N, 109° 31' 8" W.  5700 ft.  
United States
Utah
Uintah County
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Go to this image 12348 Fabaceae  Thermopsis rhombifolia (Nutt. ex Pursh) Nutt. ex Richardson 
"prairie thermopsis"

View full record: Accession 12348  

Road 111, 0.9 miles S of Pawnee Buttes trailhead.
40° 48' 19" N, 104° 0' 47" W.  5400 ft.  
United States
Colorado
Weld County
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Go to this image 12399 Fabaceae  Thermopsis rhombifolia (Nutt. ex Pursh) Nutt. ex Richardson 
"prairie thermopsis"

View full record: Accession 12399  

Greeley, University of Northern Colorado campus, west side of Ross Hall, in native prairie garden. Cultivated.
40° 24' 13" N, 104° 41' 54" W.  4750 ft.  
United States
Colorado
Weld County
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Go to this image 13733 Fabaceae  Thermopsis rhombifolia (Nutt. ex Pursh) Nutt. ex Richardson var. montana (Nutt.) Isely

View full record: Accession 13733  

Deep Creek Mountains, springs along Trout Creek, ca 6.9 km due NW of Trout Creek (town);
39° 44' 14" N, 113° 52' 31" W.  5871 ft.  
United States
Utah
Juab County
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