Dataset: CINC
Taxa: osmunda => Osmunda, Osmunda
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


CINC
CINC-V-0000190Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000184Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000178Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000179Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000186Mrs. Jenny   s.n.1920-12-08
United States, Michigan, Collected in Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000180Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000172Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0000167Jenney, Mrs. Herbert   s.n.
United States, Michigan

CINC
CINC-V-0015103   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015104   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015105   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015106   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015107   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015108   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015109   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015110   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015111   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0021822Neupauer, John C.   930511011993-05-11
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Forest; Snake Hollow.

CINC
CINC-V-0021823Neupauer, John C.   930511001993-05-11
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Forest; Snake Hollow.

CINC
CINC-V-0021824Neupauer, John C.   930511031993-05-11
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Forest; Snake Hollow.

CINC
CINC-V-0021825Neupauer, John C.   930511021993-05-11
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Forest; Snake Hollow.

CINC
CINC-V-0024219   
United States, Ohio, Geauga


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Google Map

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