Dataset: CATU-
Taxa: Symplocos
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Catawba College Herbarium


CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002135D. S. Harrington   78-441978-04-09
United States, North Carolina, Bladen, Between Rt. 53 and Cape Fear River. Near Carvers

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002136Donna Hincher   80-751980-04-12
United States, North Carolina, Bladen, along Rt. 53 a few miles from entrance to Singleta

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002137M. J. Baranski   76-2441976-08-03
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Fodderstack Mountain, east of Highlands.

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002469Peter Sprague   82-501982-03-28
United States, North Carolina, Brunswick, North of Supply, on Rt. 211

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002622Glenn Lowder   00-082000-03-25
United States, North Carolina, Columbus, NC 904, 2 miles west of NC905

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002681Karen V. Shepherd   02-0302002-03-21
United States, North Carolina, Davidson, 2 miles W of NC Rt. 8 (SR 2537) at Jackson Hill

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU002775Pete Stango   00-1012000-10-15
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, South Yadkin Wildlife Refuge

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU004527C. Frye   1771988-04-01
United States, North Carolina, Bladen, Singletary Lake State Park area, near tower.

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU004526David Ramsey   83-61983-10-15
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Ravenel Park, on trail about 1/2 way up.

CATU
Symplocos tinctoria (L.) L'Hér.
CATU005127M. J. Baranski   93-291993-06-30
USA, NC, Rowan, Tuckertown Bluffs. E of River Rd (CR 2152), ca 1.5 mi N of Stokes Ferry Rd (CR 1004), below Wildlife Access Area


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Google Map

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