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11.123 Cereus triangalaris? [[check mark]] Chiriqui, [[underlined]] Panama [[/underlined]]. In cultivation at Boquete [[underlined]] Maxon [[/underlined]] 5730. Mch. 26, 1911

11.124 Rhipsalis? Phyllocactus? [[check mark]] Chiriqui [[underlined]] Panama [[/underlined]] Above Boquete, alt ±4500 ft. [[underlined] Maxon [[/underlined]] 5250. March 8, 1911.

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11.125 Opuntia 9899 [[underlined]] Montana [[/underlined]] : Sage - covered branch 10 miles N.E. of Stevensville, Bitterroot Valley. Aug. 1. 1911. C. Birdseye, coll.

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11.126 Mamillaria neomexicana 2 destr. 9901 [[underlined]] Texas [[/underlined]] : Near Vigo Park. July, 1911. Miss Nellie Standley, coll.

11.127 Echinocereus viridiflorus " " " " " " " " " " [[Dittos for: [[underlined]] Texas [[/underlined]] : Near Vigo Park. July, 1911. Miss Nellie Standley, coll.]]

11.128 Opuntia (Planty op.) " " " " " " " " " " " [[Dittos for: [[underlined]] Texas [[/underlined]] : Near Vigo Park. July, 1911. Miss Nellie Standley, coll.]]

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11.129 Pachyphyllum aduncum 9900 [[underlined]] Mexico [[/underlined]] : Barranca near Bagre, a small village west of los Minas de la Rafael.  [[underlined]] C.A. Purpus [[/underlined]] July, 1911

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11.130 Opuntia (Platyop.) 9904 [[underlined]] California [[/underlined]] : Bishop Creek, Ingo Co. 8500 ft. A. Davidson (Received Aug. 9, 1911)

11.131 Opuntia basilaris ? var " [[ditto for: [[underlined]] California [[/underlined]] ]] : (same data)

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