Dataset: WINU-
Taxa: Caryophyllaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Winthrop University Herbarium


WINU
WINU0000517   
United States, South Carolina, Kershaw

WINU
WINU0000516   
United States, South Carolina, Clarendon

WINU
WINU0000515   
United States, South Carolina, Chester

WINU
Stellaria media (L.) Vill.
WINU0000514   
United States, Georgia, McIntosh

WINU
WINU0000513   
United States, South Carolina, Chester

WINU
WINU0000512   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000511   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000510   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000509   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000508   
United States, Georgia, McIntosh

WINU
Minuartia uniflora (Walter) Mattf.
WINU0000507   
United States, South Carolina, York, detailed locality information protected

WINU
Minuartia uniflora (Walter) Mattf.
WINU0000506   
United States, South Carolina, York, detailed locality information protected

WINU
Minuartia uniflora (Walter) Mattf.
WINU0000505   
United States, South Carolina, York, detailed locality information protected

WINU
Minuartia glabra (Michx.) Mattf.
WINU0000504   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
Minuartia caroliniana (Walter) Mattf.
WINU0000503   
North Carolina, Scotland

WINU
WINU0000502   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000501   
United States, South Carolina, Chester

WINU
WINU0000500   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000499   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000498   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000497   
United States, South Carolina, York

WINU
WINU0000496   
United States, Georgia, McIntosh


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Google Map

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