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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Thorne Flora
9626Robert F. Thorne   1947-07-30
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Emory Field Station

GEO:Thorne Flora
9624Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-08-18
United States of America, Georgia, Randolph County, Grier Cave, 8 miles north of Cuthbert

GEO:Thorne Flora
9627Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-08-19
United States of America, Georgia, Randolph County, Coleman, 1 mile west

GEO:Thorne Flora
9628Robert F. Thorne   1948-08-17
United States of America, Georgia, Worth County, Dry creek, southeast corner of Dougherty County, 31.442281 -83.99099

GEO:Thorne Flora
9623Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-08-18
United States of America, Georgia, Randolph County, Grier Cave, 8 miles north of Cuthbert

GEO:Thorne Flora
9622Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-08-17
United States of America, Georgia, Harris County, Pine Mountain

GEO:Thorne Flora
9625Robert F. Thorne   1947-07-07
United States of America, Georgia, Early County, Big Cypress pond on Baker county line

GEO:General Collection
13000Haskell Venard   1947-08-01
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Ansley Park


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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