Dataset: EMC-
Taxa: ligustrum => Ligustrum, Ligustrum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Michigan University Herbarium


EMC
EMC005333Kanigowski, Chester   (RBA 3891)1979-10-30
United States, Michigan, Washtenaw, 1735 Emerson St.

EMC
EMC005332Ohlsson, K.   1972-06-16
United States, Michigan, Washtenaw, Behind Highland Cemetery

EMC
EMC005335Alford, R. B.   26591976-06-14
United States, Michigan, Washtenaw, Eastern Michigan University Campus, w side of Hover Bldg

EMC
Ligustrum indicum (Lour.) Merr.
EMC005339M. C. Liberato   1621976-06-01

EMC
Ligustrum compactum (Wall. ex G.Don) Hook.f. & Thomson ex Brandis
EMC005342Walter Koelz   47941933-06-05
India, Punjab, Kulu

EMC
Ligustrum compactum (Wall. ex G.Don) Hook.f. & Thomson ex Brandis
EMC005340Walter Koelz   49181933-06-14
India, Punjab, Kangra, Roadside, Bandrole.

EMC
Ligustrum compactum (Wall. ex G.Don) Hook.f. & Thomson ex Brandis
EMC005341Walter Koelz   46591930-05-26
India, Punjab, Kangra


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