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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0173496S. L. Welsh   130721976-05-03
U.S.A., South Carolina, Oconee, Station Falls Cove, State Road 37-95, Off Highway 11, 5 miles from junction with Highway 183 near Seneca.

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BRYV0173495J. K. U.   102-301930-05-02
U.S.A., Tennessee, Sevier, HendersonÕs Spring near Louisville.

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BRYV0173494Edna Snow   1026S1938-06-03
U.S.A., South Carolina, Blue Ridge Mountains., 457m

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BRYV0173493W. A. Anderson   8981928-05-20
U.S.A., Tennessee, Blount, Side and Cades Cone Mountains.

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BRYV0173492F. H. Sargent   1933-06-10
U.S.A., North Carolina, Murphy, North Carolina.

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BRYV0173491Frank T. McFarland   851942-05-03
U.S.A., Kentucky, McCreary, Whitley City. Moist sandy banks of Alum Creek.

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BRYV0173504Katie Scarbrough   3091968-04-25
U.S.A., Tennessee, Sevier, Sugarloaf Mt.

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BRYV0173503G. R. Vasey   1878-00-00
U.S.A., North Carolina, Mt. N. Car.

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BRYV0173502S. W. Leonard   13771968-04-25
U.S.A., South Carolina, Lancaster, Dike just south of Flat Creek at U.S. 601.

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BRYV0173500Michael T. Hatchell   631991-04-14
U.S.A., South Carolina, Oconee, Chau Ram County Park: On east side of Chauga River and on south side of U.S. 76 about 2.25 miles from junction of U.S. 76 with U.S. 123 in town of Westminister.

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BRYV0173499Jim Solomon   14751976-05-08
U.S.A., North Carolina, Madison, 1.5 miles west of Hot Springs; R.R. right of way, south banks of French Broad River.

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BRYV0173498Mary Caughey   5851939-06-26
U.S.A., North Carolina, Jackson, Upper Tuckasegee Falls.

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BRYV0173518F. H. Sargent   1940-05-11
U.S.A., Alabama, Silverhill, Ala.

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BRYV0173519F. H. Sargent   1933-04-16
U.S.A., Tennessee, Ococee, Tenn.

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BRYV0173520Josephine Skehan   331893-05-16
U.S.A., Mississippi, Vancleare, Miss.

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BRYV0173517D. B. Dunn   208901973-06-21
U.S.A., California, Tulare, Collected 4.1 mi. from the jct. of the Mineral King Rd and hwy 198 to Sequoia Nat. Pk, on the Mineral King rd.

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BRYV0173516Cox   3991968-06-20
U.S.A., California, Fresno, On State 168, 6.4 mi. NE of jct. State 168 w/co. rd. just before reaching Toll-house, going towards Alder Springs (Approx. 4.4 mi.)

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BRYV0173515Michelle Yeargan   Y0591973-05-13
U.S.A., California, Solano, Along creek. 0.5 mile south of Monticello Dam (Lake Berryessa).

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BRYV0173514James Grimes   19851981-05-04
U.S.A., California, Fresno, Watts Valley Road, about 5.2 miles below intersection with Burrough Valley Road on the Fancher Creek side.

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BRYV0173513Lewis S. Rose   1954-05-24
U.S.A., California, Napa, Summit, Wooden Valley grade, 6 mi. ne. of Napa.

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BRYV0173512Brent Helm   641988-04-16
U.S.A., California, Colusa, 21.6 miles off Hwy 20 on Brim Rd. via Walker Ridge Rd. or 2.0 miles west on Brim Rd. from Corner of Brim Rd. and Bear Valley Rd., 1700m

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BRYV0173511Jan G. Cooper   1977-06-10
U.S.A., California, Tulare, Collected in Sequoia National Park along highway 198 between Hospital Rock and Giant Forest Village., 1219m

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BRYV0173510Mary Merello   7131993-06-24
U.S.A., California, Shasta, Along Hwy. 289 between Ingot and Round Mountain., 40.73333 -122.05, 365m

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BRYV0173508Barbara Zielski   201976-05-30
U.S.A., California, Napa, 4 miles west of Road 86 on Mix Canyon Road.

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BRYV0173507C. Davidson   110642007-06-05
U.S.A., California, Shasta, Lake Shasta/PackerÕs Bay Marina: WaterÕs Gulch Trail., 366m

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BRYV0173506Barbara Ertter   G-3092001-05-16
U.S.A., California, 1859 Catalina Ave, Berkeley, California.

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BRYV0173505J. Parks   32441975-05-22
U.S.A., Tennessee, Cocke, By trail near Round Mountain Camp Ground.

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BRYV0173501S. W. Leonard   13651968-04-25
U.S.A., South Carolina, Lancaster, Deciduous woods along Catawba River at S.C. 5.


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