Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Fagus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Wilbert M. Frye   s.n.1935-07-15
United States, West Virginia, Hampshire, Coldstream

SD:Plants
John Bright   93841934-06-26
United States, Pennsylvania, Fayette, Ohio Pyle

SD:Plants
Ray C. Friesner   10971934-07-07
United States, Indiana, Bartholomew, Stony Lonesome

SD:Plants
Fagus grandifolia var. mexicana (Martínez) Little
Reid Moran   100701962-11-30
Mexico, Hidalgo, Unknown, 2.0 miles east of Zacualtipan., 20.65 -98.61667, 2000m

SD:Plants
Bayard Long   246061921-06-20
United States, Pennsylvania, Montgomery, Tacony Creek near Ashbourne Road, below Harrison Avenue.

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Ex hort. Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Ex hort. Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Ex hort. Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1947-04-01
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort. Balboa Park


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