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

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University of the South - Sewanee Herbarium


UOS
UOS06069Mary P. Priestley   2005-04-18
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Shakerag Hollow, Lower Shakerag, near the Shakerag Hollow creekbed., 35.22003 -85.909138

UOS
UOS06070Mary P. Priestley   2007-05-09
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Creekside, Wiggins Creek, at the base of the plateau below the Memorial Cross

UOS
UOS06071Harry E. Ahles   1960-04-24

UOS
UOS06072Tom Waddell   1970-05-18
United States, Tennessee, Grundy, U.S. 41,7.3 mi. nw of Sewanee 25 yds n.e. of rd.

UOS
UOS06073Tom Waddell   1965-05-14
United States, Tennessee, Marion, Fiery Gizzard, 4.7 mi. n. of route 41-64, 6.3 mi. w. of jct of 41-64 and 72

UOS
UOS06074Douglas E. Kennemore, Jr.   2010-00-00
United States, Tennessee, Marion, Monteagle, Drip Spring Cove, follow the dirt road on the W side of Laurel Lake Dr to the bottom of Drip Spring Cove; walk down the creek approx. 100 m

UOS
UOS06075Amy Pecquet   1997-04-10
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, Bluebell Island, On Blue Bell Island

UOS
UOS06076Landon E. McKinney   1996-05-28
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, "Carter Lands", General vicinity of Lakeview area, Hwy. 16 running south, just a couple of miles north of TN/AL state line.

UOS
UOS06077Mary P. Priestley   2001-04-19
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Bridal Veil Falls trail.

UOS
UOS06078Edmund Rhett   1969-04-19
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, Roark's Cove, Walker's Spring, Down Alto Rd. to base of mtn. Turn right and go 1.2 mi.

UOS
UOS06079Chris A. Fleming   2001-05-17
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Cumberland Plateau, Located ca. 1.4 km E of entrance to Camps Gulf Addition. Growing on mesic slopes near opening to Camps Gulf Cave.


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.