Utah Valley University Herbarium

Search Results: Lithospermum

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Go to this image 01191 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum   
"narrow-leaf stoneseed"

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35% south slope, sand, clay, volcanic.  United States
Utah
Wayne County
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Go to this image 01439 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum multiflorum Torr. ex A. Gray 
"many-flowered stoneseed"

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on S facing slope, near campground.  United States
Utah
Garfield County

 
Go to this image 01551 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum incisum Lehm. 
"narrow-leaf stoneseed"

View full record: Accession 01551  

steep gravel coverd slope, first bench in mountain gamble oak.  United States
Utah
Utah County
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Go to this image 01672 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum ruderale Douglas ex Lehm. 
"western stoneseed"

View full record: Accession 01672  

  United States
Utah
Utah County
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Go to this image 02848 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum ruderale Douglas ex Lehm. 
"western stoneseed"

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Gambel oak community; rocky soil.  United States
Utah
Utah County
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Go to this image 03051 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum incisum Lehm. 
"narrow-leaf stoneseed"

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on rocky slope, mountain brush community.  United States
Utah
Iron County
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Go to this image 03064 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum incisum Lehm. 
"narrow-leaf stoneseed"

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  United States
Utah
Garfield County
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Go to this image 03305 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum multiflorum Torr. ex A. Gray 
"many-flowered stoneseed"

View full record: Accession 03305  

in the lower Box.  United States
Utah
Garfield County
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Go to this image 03306 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum multiflorum Torr. ex A. Gray 
"many-flowered stoneseed"

View full record: Accession 03306  

in the Upper Box.  United States
Utah
Garfield County
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Go to this image 03307 Boraginaceae  Lithospermum ruderale Douglas ex Lehm. 
"western stoneseed"

View full record: Accession 03307  

in the lower Box.  United States
Utah
Garfield County
NCDC temperatures, daily high (red), daily average (green) and daily low (blue), from 1970 to 2000 at this location.
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