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

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


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CINC-V-0011465de Jong, Diederik C.D.   s.n.1979-10-20
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, In the yard of the collector, 5052 Collinwood Place, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227

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CINC-V-0011544de Jong, Diederik C.D.   s.n.1979-09-20
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Burnet Woods, Clifton, along path leading into the woods from the playground behind the nature center

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CINC-V-0013186de Jong, Diederik C.D.   1979-09-16
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Raymond Walters College Campus, against the wall of the campus center, near back entrance

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CINC-V-0015367   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015368   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015369   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015370   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015371   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015372   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015373   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015374   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015375   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0003584   
United States, Ohio, Geauga

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Parrotia persica (DC.) C.A. Mey.
CINC-V-0015336   
United States, Ohio

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Parrotia persica (DC.) C.A. Mey.
CINC-V-0015337   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0015366   
United States, Ohio

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Corylopsis pauciflora Siebold & Zucc.
CINC-V-0015335   
United States, Ohio

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Eustigma oblongifolium Gardner & Champ.
CINC-V-0007472Wang, C.   352191933-12-08
China, Hainan, Hainan, 19.176498 109.873535

CINC
CINC-V-0007114Liang, H.Y.   643831934-01-10
China, Hainan, Hainan, 19.176498 109.873535


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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