Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: Uruguay; San Jose; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0014996Robert Irving   U-11977-01-18
Uruguay, San Jose, Dept. de San Jose: ca. 90 km NW of Montevideo along Rt. 1, -34.436816 -56.929276

ASU:Plants
ASU0035198A. Krapovickas   112261964-01-21
Uruguay, San José, Barra del Río Santa Lucia., -34.427345 -56.394336

ASU:Plants
ASU0035199A. Krapovickas   112281964-01-21
Uruguay, San José, Barra del Río Santa Lucia., -34.427345 -56.394336

ASU:Plants
ASU0066863J. G. Seijo   39672007-11-21
Uruguay, San Jose, Ordeig., -34.705 -56.70889, 53m

ASU:Plants
Tradescantia pallida (Rose) D.R.Hunt
ASU0066873G. J. Seijo   39712007-11-21
Uruguay, San Jose, Balneario Kiyu., -34.69333 -56.74861, 33m

ASU:Plants
Lathyrus pubescens Hook. & Arn.
ASU0066878G. J. Seijo   39692007-11-21
Uruguay, San Jose, Ordeig., -34.705 -56.70889, 53m

ASU:Plants
ASU0066886G. J. Seijo   39682007-11-21
Uruguay, San Jose, Ordeig., -34.705 -56.70889, 53m


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Google Map

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