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

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANM
CAN 461627Belianina, N.; Sofeikova, T.   1979-06-10
Tajikistan, Limes meridionalis aquatio Nurek (U.R.S.S, Tadzhikistania)., 1200m

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CAN 261611Stanukovych, K.; Gusev, Yu.; Ikonnikov, S.; Ladygina, G.; Sidorov, L.; Tolmacheva, E.; Tsvelev, N. N.   1958-07-06
Tajikistan, Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region, Zapadniy (West) Pshart River basin, middle course of river., 38.266667 73.45

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Poa glabriflora Roshev. ex Ovcz.
CAN 261614Ovchinnikov, P. N.; Afanasiev   1905-04-18
Tajikistan, Western Pamir, Dargou River, Underuk summer pastures., 38 71

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CAN 294447Bochantsev, V. P.; Egorova, T. V.   2731960-05-22
Tajikistan, Southern Tajikistan, Khodzha-khazian Mountains, east of Lyajlyakuy village.

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Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv.
CAN 552126Vavirtseva E. A.; Nepli, G. N.   11861947-06-11
Tajikistan, Southern Tajikistan, high part of Gordani mountain range.

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CAN 261615Tsvelev, N. N.   1958-07-06
Tajikistan, Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region, Zapadniy (West) Pshart River basin, 6 km south-east of mouth of Dzhan-Kaindy River., 38.283333 73.433333

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CAN 261616Tsvelev, N. N.   1958-08-15
Tajikistan, Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region, Kaindy River basin, Kaindy River valley, 3-4 km from Kaindy mountain pass, right riverbank., 39.066667 72.366667

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Bromus danthoniae var. danthoniae
CAN 418816Argus, George W.   s.n.1975-07-14
Tajikistan, Siyakukh, Station of Institute of Plant Physiology and Biophysics 2200 m., 38 68


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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