Dataset: CMN-CANM
Search Criteria: Australia; Australian (Terr.); excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANM
CAN 589048Gillespie, Lynn; Jacobs, Surrey W.L.; Hurdle, S.   73402005-02-20
Australia, Australian (Terr.), Southern Tablelands: brindebella Ranges, ~50 km W of Canberra, 0.5 km S of Piccadilly Circus on Mt. Franklin Rd., -35.363611 148.719722

CMN:CANM
CAN 589049Gillespie, Lynn; Jacobs, Surrey W.L.; Hurdle, S.   73422005-02-20
Australia, Australian (Terr.), Southern Tablelands: brindebella Ranges, ~50 km W of Canberra, 3.5 km S of Piccadilly Circus on Mt. Franklin Rd., -36.050833 148.220556, 1500m

CMN:CANM
Poa helmsii Vickery
CAN 589047Gillespie, Lynn; Jacobs, Surrey W.L.; Hurdle, S.   73392005-02-20
Australia, Australian (Terr.), Southern Tablelands: brindebella Ranges, ~50 km W of Canberra, 0.5 km S of Piccadilly Circus on Mt. Franklin Rd., -35.363611 148.719722, 1400m

CMN:CANM
Dryopoa dives (F. Muell.) Vickery
CAN 589046Gillespie, Lynn; Jacobs, Surrey W.L.; Hurdle, S.   73382005-02-19
Australia, Australian (Terr.), Southern Tablelands: Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra, -35.3 149.133333

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CAN 588981Gillespie, Lynn; Jacobs, Surrey W.L.; Hurdle, S.   73412005-02-20
Australia, Australian (Terr.), Southern Tablelands: brindebella Ranges, ~50 km W of Canberra, 0.5 km S of Piccadilly Circus on Mt. Franklin Rd., -35.363611 148.719722, 1400m

CMN:CANM
Hookerochloa eriopoda (J.W.Vickery) S.W.L. Jacobs
CAN 589005Gillespie, Lynn; Jacobs, Surrey W.L.; Hurdle, S.   73432005-02-20
Australia, Australian (Terr.), Southern Tablelands: Goodradigbe River, W bank, on Tooma-Bridebella Road, -36.385833 148.743889, 700m


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