Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Biscutella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Biscutella Brevicaulis Jord.
BRYV0190758B. de Retz   692591974-06-17
France, Vauoluse - Mont Ventouz, Žboulis calcalres le long dce la route D-I64 sous le Chalet Reynard, 1400m

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Biscutella Leavigata subsp. B.Controversa. (Boreau) O
BRYV0190759Anonymous   1957-05-20
France, PUV-de-DOME: La ROCHE NOIRE, dans les rochers au-dessus du village.

BRY:V
Biscutella Leavigata (Boreau) O
BRYV0190749Giorgio Sablich   1957-04-27
Italy, Venezia Giulia Val osandis (Triste) calcae,aridiss.

BRY:V
Biscutella Leavigata (Boreau) O
BRYV0190748Anonymous   1954-05-00
France, PUV-de-DOME: rocailles ˆ ÒLa Roche-Noire, au-dessus de Mirefleurs., 550m

BRY:V
Biscutella Leavigata (Boreau) O
BRYV0190747Anonymous   1959-06-21
France, Hte-Savoie: Env. de Sixt; rocailles au-dessus du ÒFer-‡-Cheval

BRY:V
Biscutella Leavigata (Boreau) O
BRYV0190755Sheldon B. Waite   4921972-06-29
Italy, Above the town of In Sasso, at upper end of Pfitschertal in South Tyrol., 2100 - 2500m

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BRYV0190754Sheldon B. Waite   4111972-06-21
Austria, Above Innsbruck, Tyrol. On the Nordkette from Hafelekar to treeline. North Tyrolean Kalk Alpen., 2850 - 2300m

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BRYV0190753Anonymous   1959-03-22
Algeria, Alger, Broussailles et lieux incultes.

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BRYV0190756Sheldon B. Waite   6051972-07-17
Austria, Tirol, Above Innsbruck, Tyrol. On the Nordkette from Hafelekar treeline. North Tyrolean Kalk Alpen., 2850 - 2300m

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BRYV0190752Anonymous   1951-07-12
France, Puy de Dome, Sur de Clermont F, puy de gravenoire. Sol rolcamife., 600m

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BRYV0190750M. Toma   1972-05-29
Romania, Cheile Bicazului, distr. Harghita, stat. in rupestribus calcareis.


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