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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Thorne Flora
10335Robert F. Thorne   1947-10-08
United States of America, Georgia, Early County, Sawhatchee Creek, near its junction with Chattahoochee River

GEO:Thorne Flora
10336Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-08-25
United States of America, Georgia, Early County, Sawhatchee Creek, near its junction with Chattahoochee River

GEO:Thorne Flora
10334Robert F. Thorne   1947-11-06
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Ichawaynochaway Creek, 2 miles below Field Station

GEO:General Collection
12689Wilbur H. Duncan   1942-05-31
United States of America, Georgia, Banks County, Broad River

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
14682Elizabeth Ann Bartholomew   1944-05-29
United States of America, West Virginia, Wirt County, Little Kanawha River

GEO:General Collection
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
14862P. E. Bostick   1962-07-14
United States of America, North Carolina, Orange County, Chapel Hill

GEO:General Collection
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
17242W. H. Murdy   1972-09-08
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta

GEO:General Collection
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
12688Haskell Venard   1946-07-23
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, undefined

GEO:Thorne Flora
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
7885Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-08-23
United States of America, Georgia, Lee County, Fowltown Creek, southwest of Byne Crossroads

GEO:Thorne Flora
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
6294Robert F. Thorne; C. H. Ford   1946-08-21
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Ichawaynochaway Creek, across bridge from Field Station

GEO:Thorne Flora
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
7886Robert F. Thorne   1947-10-31
United States of America, Georgia, Clay County, Fort Gaines, 1 mile east, 31.6025 -85.0326

GEO:Thorne Flora
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
6295Robert F. Thorne   1946-08-24
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Ichawaynochaway Creek, near Field Station

GEO:Thorne Flora
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
7884Robert F. Thorne; C. H. Ford   1946-08-21
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Ichawaynochaway Creek, across bridge from Field Station

GEO:Granite Outcrop
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
15832Tate   
United States of America, Georgia, Rockdale County, Mount Panola State Park

GEO:Eyles Florae
Cocculus carolinus (L.) de Candolle
2350Don E. Eyles; M. S. Eyles   1941-07-27
United States of America, Tennessee, Obion County, Base of bluff east of Walnut Log

GEO:Thorne Flora
Calycocarpum lyonii (Pursh) A. Gray
7520Robert F. Thorne   1947-07-04
United States of America, Georgia, Dougherty County, Flint river, 1 miles south Albany, 31.553861 -84.14593

GEO:General Collection
20783Karen Bell   2014-12-30
Commonwealth of Australia, State of Victoria, Bourke, Melbourne: Merri Creek

GEO:General Collection
20780Karen Bell   2014-12-30
Commonwealth of Australia, State of Victoria, Bourke, Melbourne, Merri Creek

GEO:General Collection
20787Karen Bell   2014-12-30
Commonwealth of Australia, State of Victoria, Bourke, Melbourne, Merri Creek

GEO:General Collection
20786Karen Bell   2014-12-30
Commonwealth of Australia, State of Victoria, Bourke, Melbourne, Merri Creek

GEO:General Collection
Abuta bullata Moldenke
23787Ricardo de Lemos Froes   1946-11-23
Federative Republic of Brazil, Estado do Amazonas, Eirunepe, Basin of the upper Jurua

GEO:General Collection
Curarea candicans (Rich. ex DC.) Barneby & Krukoff
22623B. A. Krukoff   1946-11-03
Federative Republic of Brazil, Estado de Minas Gerais, Minas Novas, Ouro Preto, Basin of upper Jurua


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