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

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Eastern Michigan University Herbarium


EMC
EMC012539Ruth B. MacFarlane   49211987-05-24
USA, Michigan, Ontonagon, N side of Forest Hwy 1700, ca. 1 mi E of Rousseau.

EMC
EMC012542Richard A. Giles   671938-05-21
USA, Massachusetts, Bradley Woods.

EMC
EMC014420O. A. Farwell   392
USA, Michigan

EMC
EMC012543C. E. Garton   118611969-06-30
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay District, Black Sturgeon Research Station just behind garage area, Black Sturgeon Lake., 49.316667 -88.883333

EMC
EMC014419O. A. Farwell   393
USA, Michigan

EMC
EMC012540C. F. Wheeler et al   1888-06-13
USA, Michigan, Alcona, Potts' Farm. Michigan Forestry Expedition.

EMC
EMC012541C. E. Garton   194141980-06-04
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Larsen Rd. Lot 6. 3 km. W. of H. 61, 31 km. SW. of Thunder Bay City., 48.083333 -89.55

EMC
EMC017932Harvey Alfred Miller   2421949-08-10
USA, Alaska, Northeast coast, Agattu Island.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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