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

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University of the South - Sewanee Herbarium


UOS
UOS05333Harry E. Ahles   1956-06-19
United States, North Carolina, Halifax

UOS
UOS05334Mary P. Priestley   1998-06-22
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Hwy. 41-A, 20m W. of junction with Airport Rd., 35.205207 -85.904081

UOS
UOS05335Buck Wood   1965-05-16
United States, Tennessee, Grundy, Fiery Gizzard, 1.5 mi. N. of Little Fiery Gizzard junction with Big Fiery Gizzard.

UOS
UOS05336Landon E. McKinney   1996-07-16
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, Mont Milner Lake, below Dam, along Hwy. 156, south/southeast of Sewanee.

UOS
UOS05337Chris A. Fleming   2001-06-13
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Cumberland Plateau, Located along Highway 30 at parking for picnic area, ca 3.4 km South of junction of Highways 285 and 30. Growing near roadside at forest edge.

UOS
Buck Wood   1965-05-16
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, Fiery Gizzard

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Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray
UOS05342Greg Miller   1997-07-17
United States, Tennessee, Knox, Gravel road to Turkey Creek wetland. 0.1 mile South on Lovell (Hwy 131) from Lovell exit on I-40.

UOS
Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray
UOS05343Mary P. Priestley   2001-08-06
United States, Tennessee, Coffee, AEDC, Sinking Pond Flora Project

UOS
Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray
UOS05346Douglas E. Kennemore, Jr.   1996-07-24
United States, Tennessee, Coffee, AEDC, National Guard Training Area, alongside of the RR tracks where the first creek W of the UTSI Rd crosses them

UOS
Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray
UOS05347A.E. Radford   1967-06-27

UOS
Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray
UOS05348Chris A. Fleming   2001-06-02
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Cumberland Plateau, Located along Gorge Scenic Drive. Growing along roadside, ca. 0.4 km N of parking area for Fall Creek Falls.

UOS
Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray
Galleger   1968-04-22
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, off TN 56

UOS
UOS05339Mary P. Priestley   1998-06-12
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, roadside, Carruthers Rd, near jxn with Proctors Hall Rd., 35.198584 -85.9321

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UOS05340Mary P. Priestley   1996-05-24
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, near Memorial Cross, Below (SW of) abandoned road from Memorial Cross to Highway 64, just beyond utility corridor, 35.190858 -85.936404

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UOS05341Mary P. Priestley   1996-06-15
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Roark's Cove Rd roadside across from Woodlands housing, 35.213071 -85.921181

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UOS05344Mary P. Priestley   1997-08-14
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Off Green's View Rd, near golf course practice range., 35.214896 -85.916209

UOS
UOS05345Mary P. Priestley   1997-06-24
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Along old railroad bed, a few meters west of the Sewanee Market., 35.194042 -85.918502

UOS
UOS08936Nathan Bourne   2009-10-28
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, King Farm, Along side of old road to the right of old homesite clearing

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UOS05338Ross C. Clark   1999-06-08
United States, Kentucky, Harrison

UOS
Sageretia minutiflora (Michx.) C. Mohr
UOS05349S. W. Leonard   
United States, South Carolina, Beaufort, detailed locality information protected

UOS
Sageretia minutiflora (Michx.) C. Mohr
UOS05350S. W. Leonard   
United States, South Carolina, Beaufort, detailed locality information protected

UOS
Berchemia scandens (Hill) K. Koch
UOS05332Jon Evans   2008-07-10
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Lost Cove, Southwest facing limestone outcrop, northeast of intersection of Big Branch and Lost Creek, 35.161414 -85.903753


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