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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:General Collection
16545Richard Lee   1974-10-00
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, near Johnson Ferry Road

GEO:General Collection
16546Richard Lee   1974-10-00
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Johnson Ferry Road

GEO:General Collection
20826Karen Bell   2015-10-02
United States of America, Georgia, Decatur County, Decatur, Coventry Rd.

GEO:General Collection
20831Carl Brown   2015-10-02
United States of America, Georgia, Decatur County, Decatur, Coventry Rd.

GEO:General Collection
20769Karen Bell   2014-10-17
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Emory Campus, Baker Woodlands, 33.789047 -84.325883

GEO:General Collection
21263Chengcheng Qiu; Deula Santhoshkumar; Tharanga Samarakoon   2016-07-11
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Lullwater Preserve

GEO:General Collection
8778Richard Lee   1975-10-03
United States of America, Georgia, Cobb County, Chattahoochee River

GEO:General Collection
8779Richard Lee   1974-00-00
United States of America, Georgia, Cobb County, Morgan Falls Basin

GEO:General Collection
Elaeagnus commutata Bernh. ex Rydb.
3779Burnette; Girtman   
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Emory Campus

GEO:General Collection
Elaeagnus commutata Bernh. ex Rydb.
3778Randolph; Morrison   1941-04-30
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Emory Campus

GEO:Eyles Florae
3777Don E. Eyles   1938-04-13
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur Waterworks

GEO:General Collection
8777Richard Lee   1974-00-00
United States of America, Georgia, Cobb County, Morgan Falls Basin

GEO:General Collection
17845Richard Lee   1975-00-00
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, DeKalb Tennis Center


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Google Map

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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.