Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: United Kingdom; Oxfordshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0042053Dixie Z. Damrel   22621999-06-04
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, Growing on trailside near Passmore Creek. Oxford.

ASU:Plants
ASU0064690Dixie Z. Damrel   23041999-06-18
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, Atop Shotover Hill, Headington.

ASU:Plants
Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv.
D.Z. Damrel   1429-B2000-07-11
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, South of the River Cherwell, in Mesopotamia.

ASU:Plants
Dixie.Z. Damrel   22811999-06-12
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, west of Passmore Creek,Oxford.

ASU:Plants
D.Z. Damrel   1431B2000-07-11
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, Beside the River Cherwell, off Mesopotamia.

ASU:Plants
Carex riparia (R.Br.) Poir.
D.Z. Damrel   1434-B2000-07-11
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, North side of the River Cherwell, aligning marshland, bike path near Mesopotamia.

ASU:Plants
Carex riparia (R.Br.) Poir.
D.Z. Damrel   1434-B2000-07-11
United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, North side of the River Cherwell, aligning marshland, bike path near Mesopotamia.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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