Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: Pyrus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


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64592L. McIntosh   25211992-11-05
United States, New Mexico, Doña Ana, Ropes Spring, San Andrés Mts., 1719m

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14025W.H. Witte   sn1931-10-03
United States, New Jersey, Cape May, S Cape May

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14026W.M. Pollock   sn1896-05-10
United States, West Virginia, Upshur, Buckhannon

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14027O.W. Knight   sn1905-06-09
United States, Maine, Penobscot, Bangor

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14028W.M. Pollock   sn1896-05-05
United States, West Virginia, Upshur

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14029O.W. Knight   sn1905-06-10
United States, Maine, Penobscot, Veazie

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Pyrus aucuparia (L.) Gaertn.
14030O.W. Knight   sn1905-06-09
United States, Maine, Penobscot, Bangor

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14035C.H. Bissell   19/7501897-00-00
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Southington

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14032J.B. Norton   145-A1895-10-12
United States, Kansas, Riley

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14033J.B. Norton   1451895-04-22
United States, Kansas, Riley

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14034J.W. Toumey   sn1892-05-30
United States, Michigan, Ingham, Lansing

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Pyrus ioensis (Alph. Wood) L.H. Bailey
14037M.E. Jones   sn
United States, Iowa, Poweshiek, Grinnell

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Pyrus iowensis Mac Mill.
14036A.S. Hitchcock   6781896-00-00
United States, Kansas, Leavenworth, Copses

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14039C.H. Bissell   80/7321897-00-00
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Southington

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14038O.W. Knight   sn1905-05-31
United States, Maine, Penobscot, Bangor

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Pyrus melanocarpa (Michx.) Willd.
74856H.L. Barnett   941935-05-30
United States, Michigan, Grand Traverse, Duck Lake

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Pyrus sambucifolia Cham. & Schltdl.
14041J.W. Blankinship   sn1899-08-18
United States, Montana, Silver Bow, Flathead-Brackett Cr. Divide

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Pyrus sambucifolia Cham. & Schltdl.
14040E.O. Wooton   1151892-07-15
United States, Arizona, Coconino, San Francisco Mountains., 2591m


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Google Map

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