Dataset: BRY-V
Search Criteria: Russian Federation; Saratov; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
BRYV0163122K. Gross   71924-00-00
Russian Federation, Saratov, Khwalynsk, Saratov region. Okp. r. Khvalynska. Along the edges. The ravines of the right bank of the Volga.

BRY:V
BRYV0209118K. Ju. Gross   s.n.1928-06-25
Russian Federation, Saratov, In viciniis opp. Chvalynsk, in declivitatibus cretaceis meridionalibus ÒTaschevski chrebetÓ.

BRY:V
BRYV0209117K. Ju. Gross   3260b1927-07-08
Russian Federation, Saratov, In viciniis opp. Volsk, in clivis cretaceis meridionalibus, prope pag. Tersy.

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BRYV2227799K. Gross   s.n.1926-05-27
Russian Federation, Saratov, In viciniis opp. Chvalynsk, ÒBogdanichaÓ, in cretaceis.

BRY:V
Chondrilla graminea M.Bieb.
BRYV0229559K. Gross   s.n.1928-08-09
Russian Federation, Saratov, In viciniis opp. Chvalynsk, arenae periodi tertiariae in declivibus australibus in via ad pag. Boltunovka.

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Chrysanthemum millefoliatum L.
BRYV0229987K. Ju. Gross   s.n.1925-06-15
Russian Federation, Saratov, In viciniis opp. Chvalynsk, declivitates stepposae ÒBiczevaÓ.

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Cirsium incanum (S.G. Gmel.) Fisch. ex M. Bieb.
BRYV0235567K. Gross   s.n.1926-08-31
Russian Federation, Saratov, In viciniis opp. Chvalynsk, pratum humidulum in insula fl. Volga.

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Galatella angustissima var. tenuifolia (Tausch) Novopokr.
BRYV0247998K. Gross   s.n.1924-09-08
Russian Federation, Saratov, Prope opp. Chvalynsk, in pinetis, solo cretacea, mons ÒTachiÓ.

BRY:V
BRYV0247996V. S. Bogdan   s.n.1904-08-09
Russian Federation, Saratov, Distr. Novousensk. In steppis siccis (Artemisietis) prope stationem experimentalem Kostyczevskaia.


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