Dataset: BDI-
Search Criteria: France; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Putnam Museum and Science Center


BDI
Allov, Wm. [?]   
France

BDI
Lomax, A.E.   1888-07-31
France, Col d'Aubisque. Basses Pyrenees., 42.976696 -0.340052

BDI
Lomax, A.E.   1889-07-15
France, Near source of Arveiron River. Chamonix., 45.924308 6.867316

BDI
Lomax, A.E.   1888-08-06
France, Val du Lys. Luchon Haute Garonne., 42.75269 0.589149

BDI
Lomax, A.E.   1888-07-30
France, Gabas Valley. Basses Pyrenees. Gallia., 42.889106 -0.427619

BDI
Lomax, A.E.   1888-07-30
France, Basses Pyrenees, Val de Gabas. Basses Pyrenees., 42.889106 -0.427619

BDI
Bordere, S.   1887-06-00
France, Hautes Pyrenees, Near Gedre. Hautes Pyrenees., 42.787162 0.018884

BDI
Butler, Charles A.   
France, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, near Nice, 43.713644 7.259348

BDI
Jackson, H.   
France

BDI
Bicknell, C.   1890-07-11
France, Promontory near Beautieu. Alps. North France, 43.707969 7.332348


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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