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Go to this image 09196 Asteraceae  Ambrosia psilostachya DC. 
"western ragweed"

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J. Spencer (1063)
24 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
20 miles west from Mata Ortiz Junction, Sierra La Brena, E slope of Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 6' 23" N, 108° 14' 45" W.  6700 ft.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 09198 Asteraceae  Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. ssp. mexicana (Willd. ex Spreng.) D.D. Keck
"Louisiana wormwood"

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J. Spencer (1268)
26 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
13 miles SW of Altamirano, just S of Los Azules, Sierra La Brena, Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 13' 37" N, 108° 31' 29" W.  7400 ft.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10091 Asteraceae  Baccharis bigelovii A. Gray 
"Bigelow's false willow"

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J. Spencer (1334)
26 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
9.5 mi up Piedras Veroades River, on Rancho Los Nogales, Sierra La Brena, E slope of Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 19' 43" N, 108° 11' 22" W.  5850 ft.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10097 Asteraceae  Brickellia betonicaefolia A. Gray 
"betonyleaf brickellbush"

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J. Spencer (1159)
25 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
15 miles up Tinaja Wash from Highway junction, in Sierra La Brena, E slope of Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 22' 26" N, 108° 14' 34" W.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10093 Asteraceae  Brickellia rusbyi A. Gray 
"stinking brickellbush"

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J. Spencer (1274)
26 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
13 miles SW of Altamirano, just S of Los Azules, Sierra La Brena, on Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 13' 37" N, 108° 31' 29" W.  7200 ft.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10078 Asteraceae  Carminatia tenuiflora DC. 
"plumeweed"

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J. Spencer (1135)
24 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
Summit of the Continental Divide, Sierra La Brena, on Sierra Madre Occidental, ca 9 mi W of Keith Bowman's ranch at Pacheco, along road to Gavilan River.
30° 5' 29" N, 108° 25' 35" W.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10101 Asteraceae  Stevia salicifolia Cav. 
"willow-leaf candyleaf"

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J. Spencer (1214)
25 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
17 mi up Tinaja Wash from Highway junction, ca 2 mi W of The Chimneys Ranch, vicinity of Piedra Volada.  6200 ft.   Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10083 Asteraceae  Trixis californica Kellogg var. californica
"American threefold"

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J. Spencer (1323)
26 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
9.5 mi up Piedras Veroades River, on Rancho Los Nogales, Sierra La Brena, E slope of Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 19' 43" N, 108° 11' 22" W.  5850 ft.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10089 Asteraceae  Zinnia peruviana (L.) L. 
"Peruvian zinnia"

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J. Spencer (1422)
12 August 1999 
5.5 mi up Piedras Veroades River, at Max Spillsbury's ranch, Sierra La Brena, E slope of Sierra Madre Occidental.  5300 ft.   Mexico
Chihuahua

 
Go to this image 10094 Caryophyllaceae  Arenaria lanuginosa (Michx.) Rohrb. var. saxosa (A. Gray) Zarucchi, R.L. Hartm. & Rabeler
"spreading sandwort"

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J. Spencer (1258)
26 September 1998
with D. Atwood 
13 mi SW of Altamirano, just S of Los Azules, Sierra La Brena, on Sierra Madre Occidental.
30° 13' 37" N, 108° 31' 29" W.  7200 ft.  
Mexico
Chihuahua

 
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