Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pinus nigra (Pinus austriaca), Pinus nigra subsp. laricio (Pinus nigra var. maritima), Pinus nigra subsp. pallasiana (Pinus pallasiana), Pinus nigra var. austriaca, Pinus nigra var. caramanica, Pinus nigra subsp. salzmannii (Pinus nigra var. cebennensis, Pinus laricio subsp. monspeliensis), Pinus ni... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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West Texas A&M University Herbarium


WTS
Pinus nigra Arnold
WTS001093Richard R. Powell   3201976-07-11
United States, Texas, Randall, cultivated in front of the motel located at 23rd Street and 3 rd Avenue, Canyon

WTS
Pinus nigra Arnold
WTS001094Richard R. Powell   201975-06-13
United States, Texas, Potter, cultivated on grounds of Llano cemetary, Amarillo

WTS
Pinus nigra Arnold
WTS001095Richard R. Powell   831975-06-21
United States, Texas, Potter, cultivated on grounds of Borden's, 5100 Canyon E-way, Amarillo

West Virginia University Herbarium


WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032400William N. Grafton   2001-03-07
United States, West Virginia, Harrison, I-79, on; north half of lost Creek Interchange

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032401William N. Grafton   2001-03-07
United States, West Virginia, Marion, I-79, on; 0.25 mile south of South Fairmont Interchange

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032402Melvin Brown   1950-08-04
United States, West Virginia, Mineral, New Creek

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032403William N. Grafton   2000-08-18
United States, West Virginia, Wood, I-77, Medina Interchange of

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032404William N. Grafton   2000-10-02
United States, West Virginia, Monongalia, I-79 Visitors Center; Pennsylvania border, near

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032406James A. Stewart   1964-04-14
United States, Monongalia, Coopers Rock State Forest

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032405W. J. Sumpstine   1938-08-00
United States, West Virginia, Hancock, Tomlinson Run State Park; Pughtown, next to

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032407William N. Grafton   2003-04-12
United States, West Virginia, Jackson, Medina; I-77 interchange

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032408   
United States, West Virginia, Marion

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032409William N. Grafton   2002-10-31
United States, West Virginia, Jackson, Medina; I-77 interchange

WVA
Pinus nigra Arnold
WVA-V-0032410William N. Grafton   2002-10-31
United States, West Virginia, Kanawha, Charleston; I-77 to Jackson County

Western Illinois University, ​R. M. Myers Herbarium


MWI
Pinus nigra Arnold
MWI00050185Adams, Mary B.   4B2003-09-25
USA, Illinois, McDonough, Macomb, off Candy Lane, 40.45 -89.33333

MWI
Pinus nigra Arnold
MWI00050198Pritchett, Claire   392003-10-09
USA, Illinois, Warren, Roseville, east corner of Chamberlin and Broadway Street, 40.75 -89.5

MWI
Pinus nigra Arnold
MWI00049534Ives, Joseph D.   1980-09-27
USA, Illinois, Pope, Jackson Hollow

MWI
Pinus nigra Arnold
MWI00050161Coakes, Jennifer   2003-11-02
USA, Illinois, McDonough, Macomb, Western Illinois University, between library and parking lot on north side of building

MWI
Pinus nigra Arnold
MWI00060114Graham, Mary Claire   1981939-04-17
USA, Illinois, Kane, River Forest, Rosary Campus

MWI
Pinus nigra Arnold
MWI00060142Lauria, Friedrich   2007 - 3062007-04-11
Spain, Granada, Pqrue Natural de Sierra de Baza, Caniles, an GR-800, about 35 kilometers südl. Caniles in Richtun Abla (Province Almeria)., 1950m

William & Mary Herbarium


WILLI
Pinus nigra Arnold
10212Parks, J   5001969-08-23
United States, California, Los Angeles, ca. 80 ft. from the true-left rim of Cattle Canyon, Mount Baldy District, Angeles National Forest, 2048m

iNaturalist Observations


iNaturalist
Pinus nigra Arnold
Goldie Scheler   72017-03-30
United States, Kentucky, Madison, Approximitately 1 km along trail NE of house at 616 Wolf Gap Rd., 37.60284 -84.148663


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