Dataset: UOS-
Taxa: Elaeagnaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of the South - Sewanee Herbarium


UOS
UOS02354S. W. Leonard   1969-04-19
United States, North Carolina, Henderson

UOS
Elaeagnus umbellata var. parvifolia (Wall. ex Royle) C.K. Schneid.
UOS02355Mary P. Priestley   2005-07-22
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Cheston property, along old dirt road through the woods to log cabin., 35.19018 -85.87951

UOS
Elaeagnus umbellata var. parvifolia (Wall. ex Royle) C.K. Schneid.
UOS02357V.E. McNeilus   1998-04-12
United States, Tennessee, Roane, Disturbed roadside along Briggs Chapel Road. Near Clifty Creek

UOS
Elaeagnus umbellata var. parvifolia (Wall. ex Royle) C.K. Schneid.
UOS02358Chris A. Fleming   2001-07-11
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Located at base of Cane Creek Falls, which is accesible from the Cable Trail. Growing along Cane Creek in exposed area. Likely dispersed by Cane Creek to the bottom of the gorge.

UOS
Elaeagnus umbellata var. parvifolia (Wall. ex Royle) C.K. Schneid.
UOS02359Mary P. Priestley   2000-10-16
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Beside RR corridor west of junction with Hwy 156 and east of junction with University Avenue.


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