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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:General Collection
12468G. W. McDowell; Haskell Venard   1947-04-13
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta

GEO:General Collection
14968P. E. Bostick; R. Aiuto; R. E. Baird   1962-03-24
United States of America, North Carolina, Orange County, Chapel Hill

GEO:General Collection
11785W. H. Murdy   1955-05-01
United States of America, Massachusetts, Franklin County, Sunderland

GEO:General Collection
12467Haskell Venard   1947-04-13
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta

GEO:General Collection
Asarum shuttleworthii Britten & Baker f.
12469Wilbur H. Duncan; G. W. McDowell; Haskell Venard   1946-08-03
United States of America, Georgia, Rabun County, Rabun Bald

GEO:Granite Outcrop
20634   1955-04-07
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Rollaway Mountain

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
6041Elizabeth Ann Bartholomew   1942-04-18
United States of America, West Virginia, Wirt County, Palestine

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
11614P. Tyshuk   1958-05-15
Canada, Ontario, Beverley Township

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
11562A. J. Sharp; Dan Brown   1961-04-23
United States of America, Tennessee, Anderson County, Beech Grove

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
1114G. W. McDowell; G.H. Venard   1947-04-17
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Peachtree Creek

GEO:Medical Botany
22412Tharanga Samarakoon; Methil Karunanayake   2020-08-30
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Lullwater park, trail to Starvine bridge

GEO:Medical Botany
17553Tharangamala Samarakoon; Methil Karunanayake   2021-10-15
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Lullwater Park, Emory University


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Google Map

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