Dataset: ASU-Pollen
Search Criteria: Singapore; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Pollen Collection


ASU:Pollen
   JEC 923-A1961-11-08
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   JEC 923-A1961-11-08
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   JEC 923-A1961-11-08
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   920
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   JEC 920
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   1035
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   9/V/61
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   1003
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Berthollelia excelsa
   1032
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Gustavia marcgraviana
   919
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Acacia aurtoulaeformis
   992
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Lumnitaera coccinea
   JEC 986
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   14
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   200
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Lygodium flexosum
   1012
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Zibethinus murr.
   JEC 20-12-61
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Dillenia ovata Wall. ex Hook. f. & Thomson
   1965-11-03
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Dillenia suffruticosa (Griffith ex Hook. f. & Thomson) Martelli
   1965-10-29
Singapore, Botanical Garden

ASU:Pollen
   
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   1942
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Magnolia mangayi
King   4/9/47
Singapore, Tuscaloosa

ASU:Pollen
Talauma singaporensis
Ridley   5-VIII-61
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
Wormia suffruticosa Griff. ex Hook.f.
   JEC978
Singapore

ASU:Pollen
   JEC952
Singapore


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