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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:General Collection
71P. W. Fattig   1915-07-26
United States of America, Michigan, Cheboygan County, Douglas Lake

GEO:General Collection
15799P. E. Bostick   
United States of America, Georgia, Rockdale County, Mount Panola State Park

GEO:Thorne Flora
10450Robert F. Thorne   1947-05-08
United States of America, Georgia, Clay County, Fort Gaines, 5 miles east

GEO:Medical Botany
21301Chengcheng Qiu; Tharanga Samarakoon; Deula Santhoshkumar   2016-07-15
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, by Candler Lake in Lullwater Preserve

GEO:General Collection
10451Wilbur H. Duncan   1949-10-26
United States of America, Georgia, Clayton County, Jonesboro

GEO:General Collection
11778Leo A. Cohen   1949-05-06
United States of America, Massachusetts, Hampshire County, University of Massachusetts

GEO:Eyles Florae
69Don E. Eyles   1928-08-10
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Emory University Campus

GEO:Eyles Florae
70Don E. Eyles; Cooper   1924-04-25
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Stone Mountain

GEO:General Collection
22573Judith Giles   1966-08-14
United States of America, Ohio, Ashland County, Mohican State Park, Ohio, United States of America

GEO:General Collection
22572Judith Giles   1964-06-16
United States of America, Virginia, Giles County, Kelly Flats

GEO:Medical Botany
20018Tharanga Samarakoon; Methil Karunanayake   2020-10-04
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Lullwater Park, 33.783333355 84.300000051


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Google Map

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