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

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


CINC
CINC-V-0001127Braun, E. Lucy   s.n.1915-07-17
United States, California, San Diego, La Jolla

CINC
CINC-V-0001131Debeaux, O.   s.n.1881-06-29
Algeria, Oran, Bains de la Reine, 35.68652 -0.633972

CINC
CINC-V-0001128Braun, E. Lucy   s.n.1915-07-17
United States, California, San Diego, La Jolla

CINC
CINC-V-0001123Stearns, F.   s.n.1884-00-00
West Indies, "West Indies" [no precise locality provided]

CINC
CINC-V-0001129Braun, E. Lucy   s.n.1915-07-14
United States, California, San Diego, La Jolla

CINC
CINC-V-0001130Braun, E. Lucy   s.n.1915-07-14
United States, California, Los Angeles, Santa Catalina Island

CINC
CINC-V-0001125Congdon, J.W.   
United States, California

CINC
CINC-V-0001152Vasey, George R.   88A1868-00-00
United States, Colorado, "Rocky Mountains, Lat. 40-41°."

CINC
CINC-V-0001151Parish, S.B.   13681882-05-00
United States, California, San Bernardino, Sink of Mojave. Below Camp Cady

CINC
Tetragonia tetragonioides (Pallas) Kuntze
CINC-V-0001154Thomson, G.M.   s.n.1879-11-00
New Zealand, Otago, Ocean Beach, near Dunedin

CINC
CINC-V-0001153Grant, George B.   23941904-06-05
United States, California, Los Angeles, at Ballona Salt Marsh

CINC
CINC-V-0001126Braun, E. Lucy   s.n.1925-03-04
United States, California, Santa Monica Beach

CINC
CINC-V-0001155Pringle, Cyrus Guernsey   s.n.1881-06-28
United States, Arizona, Pima, Santa Ceuz valley near Tucson

CINC
CINC-V-0001149   
United States, New York, detailed locality information protected


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Google Map

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