Utah Valley University Herbarium

Search Results: Hackelia

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14918 Boraginaceae  Hackelia   
"stickseed"

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Charles Young (22)
31 May 2009 
14917 Boraginaceae  Hackelia   
"stickseed"

View full record: Accession 14917  

Charles Young (30)
31 May 2009 
14916 Boraginaceae  Hackelia   
"stickseed"

View full record: Accession 14916  

Charles Young (29)
31 May 2009 
15299 Boraginaceae  Hackelia   
"stickseed"

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Che'rie Westbrook (2)
25 May 2008 
Go to this image 13783 Boraginaceae  Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I.M. Johnst. 
"many-flowered stickseed"

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J.G. Harris (4528)
13 May 2007
with M.W. Harris 
Go to this image 01676 Boraginaceae  Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I.M. Johnst. 
"many-flowered stickseed"

View full record: Accession 01676  

S. Freeman (s.n.)
24 June 1995 
Go to this image 08144 Boraginaceae  Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I.M. Johnst. 
"many-flowered stickseed"

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R.H. Foster (12043)
21 May 2001 
Go to this image 13446 Boraginaceae  Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I.M. Johnst. 
"many-flowered stickseed"

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J.B. Anderson (4007)
03 July 2006 
Go to this image 01576 Boraginaceae  Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I.M. Johnst. 
"many-flowered stickseed"

View full record: Accession 01576  

D. Carter (s.n.)
22 May 1997
with A. Pulham, J. Chappell 
Go to this image 01715 Boraginaceae  Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I.M. Johnst. 
"many-flowered stickseed"

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G. Ivers (s.n.)
13 June 1995 
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