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Common NameMancos Milkvetch
Scientific NameAstragalus humillimus
Number of subpopulations10
Number of mapped locations46
Number of observations189
Observation date range01-01-1901 to 06-01-2016

References (25)

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2016Roth, D. 2016. Monitoring report – Mancos milkvetch (Astragalus humillimus), San Juan County, NM, 1990 – 2016. Unpublished report prepared by the NM Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department for the USDI-Fish & Wildlife Service, Region 2.U16ROT08NMUS
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2016SEINet. 2016. Downloaded New Mexico data for tracked plants for NM Plant Conservation Strategy.U16SEI01NMUS
2015Roth, D. 2015. Monitoring report: Mancos Milkvetch (Astragalus humillimus: Fabaceae), San Juan County, New Mexico 1990-2014. NM Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department.U15ROT01NMUS
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2009Sivinski, R. 2009. Endangered Plant Study. Sante Fe, NM: New Mexico Forestry Division; Performance and Progress Report E-9-23. 133p.R09SIV01NMUS
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2006Murray, S. 2006. Annual report for activities conducted under permit TE009792-1. New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office. Albuquerque, NM. 3p.U06MUR01NMUS
2002Sivinski, R. 2002. Endangered Plant Study. Sante Fe, NM: New Mexico Forestry Division; Performance and Progress Report E-9-16. 116p.R02SIV01NMUS
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2000University of New Mexico Herbarium. 2000. Excel spreadsheet containing herbarium specimen records for LE, LT, C and SCF species.D00UNM01NMUS
1997Sivinski, R. 1997. Endangered Plant Study. Sante Fe, NM: New Mexico Forestry Division; Performance Report E-9-11. 97p.R97SIV01NMUS
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1994Sivinski, R. 1994. Mancos milkvetch (Astragalus humillimus), 1994 progress report (Section 6, Segment 9).U94SIV05NMUS
1994Sivinski, R. 1994. Section 6, Segment 8, Annual report of botanical work accomplished by New Mexico Forestry and Natural Resources Dept. for US Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM.R94SIV01NMUS
1992Dunmire, W. 1992. Rare plant species and management considerations for the Hogback area of critical environmental concern, Farmington Resource Area. Unpub report for BLM by TNC. 31 p + maps + photos. August 1, 1992.U92DUN03NMUS
1991Hevron, B. Oct 1 1991. Results of survey for: Erigeron acomanus, Proatriplex pleiantha and monitoring study of Astragalus humillimus on the Navajo Nation. Unpublished report for EMNRD by Navajo Natural Heritage Program.U91HEV01NMUS
1991Marron, et al. 1991. An unpublished survey on threatened and endangered plants including San Juan County [no title, incomplete document]. 52 pp.U91MAR02NMUS
1989Dunmire, W. The New Mexico Nature Conservancy Field Office, 107 Cienega St, Santa Fe, NM 87501. (505)988-3867.PNDDUN01NMUS
1989U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989. Mancos milkvetch (Astragalus humillimus) recovery plan. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM. 47 pp.U89USF01NMUS
1988Dunmire, W. 1988. BLM Observation of T & E plants. Unpublished plant form on Astragalus humillimus in Chimney Rock Area. 1 p.U88DUN01NMUS
1988Knight, P.J. 1988. Natural diversity form. Unpub element occurrence forms on various plant species transcribed by P. Knight for NMNHP. Each 1 page.U88KNI03NMUS
1984Porter, J. M. (84-042) 1984. #2250 SJCS84PORSJNMUS
1984Soreng, R.J. 1984. Noteworthy collections. Madrono. 31(?):63, 126, 193.A84SOR01NMUS
1981Knight, P.J. 1981. Status report - Astragalus humillimus. New Mexico State Heritage Program.U81KNI01HQUS
83S83KNISBNMUS, Legacy reference. Physical copy not yet located.S83KNISBNMUS
82S82KNISBNMUS, Legacy reference. Physical copy not yet located.S82KNISBNMUS
81S81KNISBNMUS, Legacy reference. Physical copy not yet located.S81KNISBNMUS
Knight, P.J. Astragalus humillimus localities drawn onto USGS Chimney Rock 15' topo map for NMNHP.MNDKNI01NMUS
Porter, J. M. University of Arizona, Dept of Ecology and Eval. Biology, Bioscience West Box 52, Tucson AZ, 85721. (602)621-7515.PNDPOR01NMUS