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

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


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Platanus acerifolia (Ait.) Willd.
CINC-V-0012580de Jong, Diederik C.D.   s.n.1979-10-17
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Natorp's Nursery, Fields-Ertel Road

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CINC-V-0012028de Jong, Diederik C.D.   s.n.1979-09-20
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, In wooded area near the yard of the collector, bounded by Oaklawn Dr, Duckcreek Rd, and Overbrook Pl, at edge of Hughes Peters Electronics parking lot

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CINC-V-0014304   

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CINC-V-0014305   

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CINC-V-0014306   

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CINC-V-0014307   

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CINC-V-0014308   

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CINC-V-0014309   

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CINC-V-0014310   

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CINC-V-0014311   

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CINC-V-0014312   

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CINC-V-0014313   

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CINC-V-0014314   

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CINC-V-0014315   

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CINC-V-0014316   

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CINC-V-0014317   

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CINC-V-0014906   

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CINC-V-0022836   
United States, Ohio

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CINC-V-0024215   
United States, Ohio, Geauga


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Google Map

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