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

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANM
Artemisia dracunculus var. pratorum L.
CAN 232242Knorring, O.   31791909-07-20
Kazakhstan, In valle fl. Irgiz prope opp. Irgiz

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CAN 232169Bubyr, L.   31961908-09-26
Kazakhstan, Kazahstania: In steppa locis argillosis prope stationem viae ferreae Kara-Chokat

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CAN 232741Vasilchenko, I.T.; Golubkova, V.   37091950-07-10
Kazakhstan, Talassky Alatau Kazahstania jugum Talassky Alatau in reservatione Aksu-Dzhabagly in valle la pidosa fl. Kschy-Kaindy., 1700m

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CAN 294602Katanskaja, V.M.   1957-08-03
Kazakhstan, Almaty region, Balkhash area. Delta of river Ili; on sandbar of lake Berkutinom (upper reaches of Ir channel)

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Senecio salsuginosus Schischk.
CAN 205764Veruschkin, I.L.; Mussatova, K.; Pojarkova, T.   34961925-05-18
Kazakhstan, Lake Szarchal

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Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv.
CAN 294452   4321928-07-08
Kazakhstan, Semipalatinsk area, Lake Shoptykul, south-west from Znamenskoe village., 50.916667 72.05

CMN:CANM
Poa lipskyi Roshev.
CAN 261612Tsvelev, N. N.   1952-07-18
Kazakhstan, Western Tian Shan, Talas Alatau (range), Aksu-Zhabagly Nature Reserve, Kshy-Kayandy mountain pass., 42.3 70.616667

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Agropyron sibiricum var. subaristata
CAN 294454Spiridonov, M. D.   34a1927-05-30
Kazakhstan, Aktyubinsk Region, Shalkar district, 15 km north of Shalkar station, Kaulzhur River., 47.85 59.533333

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Poa hissarica Roshev.
CAN 261613Tsvelev, N. N.   1952-07-11
Kazakhstan, Western Tian Shan, Talas Alatau (range), Aksu-Zhabagly Nature Reserve, upper course of Irsu River., 42.3 70.616667


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Google Map

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