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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:General Collection
Ailanthus altissima (Miller) Swingle
15378J. M. McGinnis   1958-10-04
United States of America, Georgia, Dawson County, Lockheed Reactor Site

GEO:Thorne Flora
Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
6996Robert F. Thorne   1947-06-17
United States of America, Georgia, Decatur County, West Bainbridge

GEO:Thorne Flora
Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
6995Robert F. Thorne   1947-07-05
United States of America, Georgia, Decatur County, West Bainbridge

GEO:General Collection
Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
22550Sims; Hodges   1971-05-00
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Downtown Atlanta, Gilmer and Butler Streets

GEO:General Collection
Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
23750Judy Giles   1966-07-20
United States of America, Ohio, Ottawa County, Green Island, 41.6459167 -82.8651667

GEO:General Collection
Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
17804Richard Lee   1975-00-00
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, In front of Cox Hall, Emory University

GEO:Thorne Flora
9226Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1947-03-10
United States of America, Florida, Monroe County, Vaca Key, 24.719272 -81.073737

GEO:Thorne Flora
9225Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1947-03-17
United States of America, Florida, Monroe County, Vaca Key, 24.719272 -81.073737

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
11907Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.; Danna Marie Eggers; Delzie Demaree; Delzie   1964-05-09
United States of America, Missouri, Butler County, Neelvville Junctions

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
23320R. K. Godfrey; Norlan Henderson   1963-06-02
United States of America, Florida, Wakulla County, St. Marks Wildlife Refuge

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
23609G. E. Tucker   1970-10-15
United States of America, Missouri, Ripley County, Naylor


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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