Dataset: EMC-
Taxa: Lomandra
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Michigan University Herbarium


EMC
Lomandra dura (FvM.) Ewart
EMC012381Robert and Ruby Belcher   4931967-10-26
Australia, Above Princes Highway west of Crafers, about 8 miles SE of Adelaide, S. A.

EMC
Lomandra dura (FvM.) Ewart
EMC012380Robert and Ruby Belcher   4601967-10-24
Australia, Hindmarsh Falls, about 11 miles N of Victor Harbor, S. A.

EMC
EMC012382Robert and Ruby Belcher   12881968-01-08
Australia, Mt. Seldom Seen, about 23 miles N of Buchan, E. Gippsland, Vic.

EMC
EMC017896Robert and Ruby Belcher   9391967-12-13
Australia, 2 miles E of Goodman's Ford, Wollondilly River Valley, 30 miles W of Mittagong, N.S.W

EMC
EMC018787Robert and Ruby Belcher   9391967-12-13
Australia, 2 miles E of Goodman's Ford, Wollondilly River Valley, 30 miles W of Mittagong, N.S.W

EMC
EMC017961Robert and Ruby Belcher   9811967-12-17
Australia, western slope of Brindabella Range, on N.S.W. - A.C.T. boundary, SW of Canberra, A.C.T.


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