Dataset: CMN-CANM
Search Criteria: Georgia (Asia); excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANM
Crupina crupinastrum (Moris) Vis.
CAN 308688   1910-05-18
Georgia (Asia), Tbilisi (Region)

CMN:CANM
CAN 247837Juzepczuk, S.V.; Vysokoostrovskaja, I.B.   40701954-07-30
Georgia (Asia), Bakuriani Georgia in vicin. opp. Bakuriani mons Tskhra-Tskharo. In pascuis alpinis ad ejus cacumen (prope trajectum)

CMN:CANM
CAN 248988Juzepczuk, S.V.   40661954-08-09
Georgia (Asia), Bakuriani Georgia in vicin. opp. Bakuriani mons Tskhra-Tskharo. In pascuis alpinis ad ejus cacumen (prope trajectum)

CMN:CANM
CAN 247843Juzepczuk, S.V.; Vysokoostrovskaja, I.B.   40801954-07-19
Georgia (Asia), Bakuriani: Georgia in viciniis opp. Bakuriani in summo monte Kochta.

CMN:CANM
CAN 248994Juzepczuk, S.V.; Sergievskaja, C.   40611954-07-30
Georgia (Asia), Bakuriani Georgia in vicin. opp. Bakuriani in summo monte Tskhra-Tskharo. In rupibus (reg. alpina)

CMN:CANM
CAN 247849Juzepczuk, S.V.; Sergievskaja, C.   40741954-07-30
Georgia (Asia), Bakuriani Georgia in vicin. opp. Bakuriani mons Tskhra-Tskharo. In pascuis alpinis ad ejus cacumen (prope trajectum)

CMN:CANM
CAN 248992Juzepczuk, S.V.   40631954-08-05
Georgia (Asia), Bakuriani Georgia in vicin. opp. Bakuriani mons Tskhra-Tskharo brachium Imeretinum

CMN:CANM
CAN 240435Marcowicz, V.   1915-06-29
Georgia (Asia), Abkhazia (Region), Adchasia. in urb. Suchumi.

CMN:CANM
× Agrotrigia hajastanica
CAN 538041Kenig   1910-07-03
Georgia (Asia), Tiflis (currently Tbilisi)., 41.816667 44.8

CMN:CANM
CAN 261619Rut, E. E.   1936-08-17
Georgia (Asia), Ermani Mountains, shore of Keli Lake., 42.466667 44.316667, 3000m


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