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

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University of Tennessee Martin Herbarium


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Ampelopsis arborea (L.) Koehne
UTM00517   
United States, Tennessee, Obion

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Ampelopsis arborea (L.) Koehne
UTM00518   
United States, Tennessee, Obion

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Ampelopsis arborea (L.) Koehne
UTM00519   
United States, Tennessee, Obion

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UTM00520   
United States, Tennessee, Dyer

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UTM00521   
United States, Tennessee, Obion

UTM
UTM00522   
United States, Tennessee, Carroll

UTM
UTM00523   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

UTM
UTM00524   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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Vitis cinerea Noronha
UTM00526   

UTM
UTM00527   
United States, South Carolina, Dorchester

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UTM00528   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

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UTM00529   
United States, Florida, Bay

UTM
UTM00530   
United States, Florida, Bay

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UTM02397   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

UTM
UTM02789   
United States, South Carolina, Dorchester

UTM
UTM02671   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

UTM
UTM02690   
United States, Tennessee, Obion

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UTM02707   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley

UTM
UTM02713   
United States, Tennessee, Weakley


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Google Map

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