Dataset: GEO
Taxa: Aconitum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Emory University Herbarium

GEO:General Collection
12048Gager; Riddle   1957-06-19
United States of America, Alaska, Fairbanks North Star Borough, University of Alaska, 64.85 -147.5

GEO:General Collection
16303P. E. Bostick   1968-07-23
United States of America, Arizona, undefined

GEO:General Collection
12720G. W. McDowell; Haskell Venard   1946-11-09
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta

GEO:General Collection
12718G. W. McDowell; Haskell Venard   1947-09-21
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Chattahoochee River

GEO:General Collection
16829D. L. Phillips   1980-09-05
United States of America, Alaska, Kuskokwim area, Cinnabar Creek

GEO:Eyles Florae
20998Don E. Eyles   1936-10-15
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Emory University Campus

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
1799Eugene Hutton   1954-06-24
United States of America, West Virginia, Randolph County, Huttonsville

GEO:Medical Botany
17462T. Garnatje; J. Luque   2021-08-12
Kingdom of Spain, Catalunya, Provincia de Girona, Ripoll├Ęs, Setcases: la Balmeta, 42.4065 2.3116389

GEO:General Collection
22267Xingwen Loy   2019-07-29
United States of America, Colorado, Gunnison County, Grand Mesa National Forest, Crested Butte, 38.9314204 -107.0124967

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.