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

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Canadian Museum of Nature


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CAN 557919Chalmers, R.   1876-07-06
Hungary, Budapest Co.

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Rhododendron groenlandicum (Oeder) Kron & Judd
CAN 146183Gyorffy, I.   7711917-07-21
Hungary

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CAN 146184   
Hungary

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CAN 133953Flatt, C.   
Hungary, Budapest Co., Rakos Praedii Rakos versus Kispest ad Budapest. In pratis humidis salsis

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CAN 137951Javorka, S.   1421912-07-13
Hungary, Plugova Ekes (olim Plugova) et Mehadia. Solo calc, 1450m

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CAN 557830Wissinger   1876-07-00
Hungary, Szolnok

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Centaurea iberica Trev. ex Spreng.
CAN 251940Richter, A.   1912-08-00
Hungary, Transsilvania. prope "Szamosujvár"

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CAN 558632   1875-08-19
Hungary

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Suaeda maritima (L.) Dumort.
CAN 251944Wagner, J.   
Hungary, Hungaria centralis. Com. Pest.


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