Dataset: ETSU-
Search Criteria: Canada; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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East Tennessee State University, John C. Warden Herbarium


ETSU
Dryopteris austriaca (Jacq.) Woyn. ex Schinz & Thell.
ETSU000353G.B. Straley   11931977-01-30
Canada, British Columbia, Just north of Thunderbird Stadium, the University of British Columbia, Vancouver

ETSU
ETSU000516Frank H. Barclay   1958-00-00
Canada, Quebec, Gaspe Peninsula

ETSU
ETSU000517John. C. Warden   21961970-00-00
Canada, Quebec, Quebec: Trois Rviere area near Montreal

ETSU
ETSU000518John. C. Warden   2196-21970-00-00
Canada, Quebec

ETSU
ETSU000519John. C. Warden   2196-11970-00-00
Canada, Quebec, Quebec: Trois Riviere area near Montreal

ETSU
ETSU000520Frank H. Barclay   2196-31970-00-00
Canada, Quebec, Trois Riviere area ear Montreal

ETSU
Carex scabrata Schwein.
ETSU001573L.J. Uttal   74541970-07-16
Canada, Nova Scotia, Inverness

ETSU
ETSU002308   
Canada, Quebec, near Montreal

ETSU
ETSU002309   
Canada, Quebec, near Montreal

ETSU
ETSU002310   
Canada, Quebec, near Montreal

ETSU
ETSU007872   
Canada, Quebec

ETSU
ETSU003070   
Canada, British Columbia

ETSU
ETSU011672   
Canada, British Columbia

ETSU
Erigeron subtrinervis Rydb. ex Porter & Britton
ETSU012034   
Canada, British Columbia

ETSU
Heterotheca villosa (Pursh) Shinners
ETSU012343   
Canada, British Columbia

ETSU
ETSU013223   
Canada, British Columbia

ETSU
ETSU015125   
Canada, Quebec, Montreal

ETSU
ETSU015606   
Canada, Quebec

ETSU
ETSU015607   
Canada, Quebec

ETSU
ETSU015974   
Canada, Quebec

ETSU
ETSU016062   
Canada, Quebec

ETSU
ETSU016899   
Canada, British Columbia


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