Dataset: CMN-CANM
Search Criteria: Austria; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature

CAN 565335Mayrhofer, M.; Mayrhofer, Helmut   1985-08-04
Austria, Schladminger Tauern, Steiermark: Kleinsölktal, S. Gröbming, Schwarzensee, Harmeralm, 1160m

Kochia scoparia (L.) Roth ex Schrad.
CAN 251946Patzak   1953-09-00
Austria, Vienna State, I, Franz Josefs Kai

Cryptogramma crispa (L.) R. Br. ex Hook.
CAN 341681Gilli, A.   1970-07-11
Austria, Nordtirol: Fundort: Oberes Paznauntal: Jamtal b. Galtür, 1770m

Artemisia austriaca var. advena Rech. f.
CAN 251301Rechinger, Karl-Heinz   1949-10-00
Austria, Vienna State, Breitenlee, zwischen den Bahngeleisen.

Rhododendron groenlandicum (Oeder) Kron & Judd
CAN 341848Ronniger, K.   s.n.1927-06-15

CAN 341687Polatschek, A.   1969-06-24
Austria, Achenufer zw. Bezau und Reuthe, 650m

CAN 251760Hofmann, H.   1910-06-29
Austria, Wechselburgs An Berdem sehr zahlreich im Ufergebusch der Mulde oberh. Wechselburgs. Auf humosem Waldboden bei Zschorna

Coleanthus subtilis (Tratt.) Seidel
CAN 252581Suza, H.   1913-07-00
Austria, Ad confines Moraviae et Bohemiae., 616m

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