Dataset: UTM-
Taxa: Violaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Tennessee Martin Herbarium


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UTM00973   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00974Linda Milam   1969-04-20
United States, Tennessee, Decatur, Decatur County

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Viola eriocarpa Schwein.
UTM00975Danny Wilson   51971-05-07
United States, Tennessee, Hickman, Hickman Co, Middle Tennessee

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Viola eriocarpa Schwein.
UTM00976   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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Viola eriocarpa Schwein.
UTM00977   

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Viola hirsutula Brainerd
UTM00978   
United States, Tennessee, Chester

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Viola incognita Brainerd
UTM00979   
Chester

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UTM00980   

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UTM00981   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00983   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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Viola pallens (Banks ex Ging.) Brainerd
UTM00982   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00984   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00985   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00986   
United States, Tennessee, Gibson

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UTM00987   
United States, Tennessee, Gibson

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UTM00988   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00989   
United States, Tennessee, McNairy

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UTM00990Jan Gallimore   1221971-04-10
United States, Tennessee, Hickman

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UTM00991Alma Jones   14C1972-04-25
United States, Tennessee, Chickasaw State Park, Henderson, Tenn

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UTM00992   
Chester

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UTM00993   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00994   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00995   
United States, Kentucky, Carlisle

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Viola triloba Schwein.
UTM00998   
Chester

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Viola triloba Schwein.
UTM00999   
United States, Mississippi

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UTM02693   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM02704   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley


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Google Map

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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.