Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: Canada; New Brunswick; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0140745V.E. McNeilus   88-5681988-07-06
Canada, New Brunswick, Along TCH, ca. 3 mi E of Moncton

ASU:Plants
G.R. Cooley   68141959-07-20
Canada, New Brunswick, 5 mi E of St. Leonards

ASU:Plants
Carex leptalea Wahlenb.
ASU0138863V.E. McNeilus   88-4781988-07-06
Canada, New Brunswick, Along TransCanada Hwy, ca. 3 mi E of Moncton

ASU:Plants
G.R. Cooley   68151959-07-20
Canada, New Brunswick, 5 mi E of St. Leonards

ASU:Plants
G.R. Cooley   68121959-07-20
Canada, New Brunswick, 5 mi E of St. Leonards

ASU:Plants
ASU0131547G.R. Cooley   68251959-07-20
Canada, New Brunswick, 5 mi E of St Leonards

ASU:Plants
ASU0141502G.R.Cooley, A.S.Pease   68141959-07-20
Canada, New Brunswick, 5 mi E of St. Leonards


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Google Map

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