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

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


CINC
CINC-V-0000766Edward Lee   970
United States, California, San Joaquin

CINC
Azolla Lam.
CINC-V-0000772Degener, Otto   12913
United States, Hawaii, Oahu

CINC
Azolla Lam.
CINC-V-0000773Degener, Otto   12913
United States, Hawaii, Oahu

CINC
CINC-V-0000763Parish, S.B.   915
United States, California, San Bernardino

CINC
CINC-V-0000764Patterson, Harry N.   
United States, Illinois

CINC
CINC-V-0000765Clinton, G.W.   
United States, New York, Erie, detailed locality information protected

CINC
CINC-V-0000767Scheppig, C.   s.n.
Germany, Cultivated at the botanical garden, Berlin

CINC
CINC-V-0000769s.c.   s.n.1881-00-00
Germany, Cultivated: Hort. Bot. Dresden

CINC
CINC-V-0000770Hieronymus, G.   s.n.1877-09-19
Argentina, Cordoba, -31.411943 -64.153809

CINC
Azolla pinnata subsp. asiatica R.M.K.Saunders & K.Fowler
CINC-V-0000771Li, H.   6331986-05-28
China, Yunnan, Heilongtan Public Park on outskitys of Lijiang, 2200m


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Google Map

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