Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Tellima tenella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
PH00015642Thomas Nuttall   s.n.
United States, California, Rocky Mts. U. Calif. Big Sandy & Siskyou Rivers

Kathryn Kalmbach Herbarium


DBG:KHD
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
KHD00051366   1938-04-29

Louisiana State University, Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium


LSU:Vascular Plants
LSU00086944Fred A. Barkley   26691938-04-22
United States, Montana, Missoula, Mount Sentinel

LSU:Vascular Plants
LSU00086945S. Seidensticker   31938-04-29
United States, Montana, Missoula, 3 miles northeast Missoula.

Marshall University


MUHW
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
MUHW031928   
United States, Montana, Missoula

MUHW
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
MUHW031929   
United States, Montana, Missoula

Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Herbarium


UNCC:UNCC
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
UNCC_38662   
United States, Arizona, Gila

North Carolina State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


NCSC:NCSC
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
NCSC00009321Fred A. Barkley   26691938-04-22
United States, Montana, Missoula, Mount Sentinel., 47.027263 -113.892691

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Angiosperms
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
1501678S.H. Camp & D.R. Camp   s.n.1893-06-16
United States, Colorado, Ouray, Uncompahgre Mountains, near Ouray, 2591m

University of Tennessee Vascular Herbarium


TENN
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
TENN-V-0112073   
United States, Montana, Missoula

TENN
Tellima tenella (Nutt.) Steud.
TENN-V-0112074   
United States, Nevada, Humboldt

Yale University Herbarium, Peabody Museum of Natural History (Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History-YU)


YU-YPM:YU
YU.122161Townshend Stith Brandegee   1881-00-00
United States of America, Colorado, Jefferson, Mount Carbon, 39.647621 -105.133159


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Google Map

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