Dataset: CINC
Taxa: Hedeoma
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Cincinnati, Margaret H. Fulford Herbarium - Vascular Plants


CINC
CINC-V-0000191Mohr, Marie   s.n.1877-06-00
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Burnet Woods, 39.13867 -84.517165, 230m

CINC
CINC-V-0015300   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015301   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015302   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015303   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015304   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015305   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015306   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015307   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015308   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015309   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0024009   

CINC
CINC-V-0024010   
United States, Arizona

CINC
CINC-V-0024011   
United States, Texas

CINC
CINC-V-0024012   
United States, Kansas

CINC
CINC-V-0024013   
United States, Missouri

CINC
CINC-V-0024014   
United States, Kentucky

CINC
CINC-V-0024015   
United States, Arizona

CINC
CINC-V-0024016   
United States, West Virginia

CINC
Hedeoma nana (Torr.) Briq.
CINC-V-0024017   
United States, Nevada

CINC
Hedeoma nanum (Torr.) Briq.
CINC-V-0024018   
United States, Nevada

CINC
CINC-V-0024019   
United States, Kansas

CINC
CINC-V-0024020   
United States, Arizona

CINC
CINC-V-0024021   
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0024022   
United States, Missouri

CINC
CINC-V-0024024   
United States, Arizona

CINC
CINC-V-0024025   
United States, Colorado

CINC
CINC-V-0024026   
United States, Texas

CINC
CINC-V-0024027   
United States, Arizona

CINC
CINC-V-0024028   
United States, Arizona

CINC
CINC-V-0024029   
United States, Arizona


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Google Map

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