Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Physoplexis comosa (Phyteuma comosum)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium


CM:Botany-botany
CM153443Leybold, F.   s.n.1856-00-00
Austria, Schleisen, Tyrol

CM:Botany-botany
CM153444   s.n.1840-00-00
Europe, Dalmatia

CM:Botany-botany
CM153445Moricand, D.   s.n.1839-00-00
Europe

CM:Botany-botany
CM153446   821872-08-23
Europe, L├╝dhinal: etlpe Lehlern, 1829m

Deaver Herbarium (Northern Arizona University)


ASC
Physoplexis comosa (L.) Schur
ASC00116794K. Hansen   s.n.2013-06-26
United States, Colorado, Denver, Denver Botanical Garden; Rock Alpine Garden. Living collections accession: 113203 *1; 39.731275 -104.963475, 39.731275 -104.963475

Eastern Michigan University Herbarium


EMC
EMC007982M. Brosshardt   1891-09-01
Austria

Indiana University Herbarium, Deam Herbarium


IND
Physoplexis comosa (L.) Schur
IND-0119529Pietro Porta   s.n.1887-08-00
Italy, Lombardy, Brescia, 45.537016 10.218414, 2000m

IND
Physoplexis comosa (L.) Schur
IND-0119528Angelo Foletto   s.n.1896-07-00
Italy, Ledro Valley, 45.871989 10.765373, 670m

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection


COLO:V
02724185   
Italy

University of Minnesota Herbarium


MIN
479777Heimerl   s.n.1900-07-00
Italy, Undine

General Research Observations


SEINet
Physoplexis comosa (L.) Schur
K. Hansen   s.n.2013-06-26
United States, Colorado, Denver, Denver Botanical Garden; Rock Alpine Garden. Living collections accession: 113203 *1, 39.731275 -104.963475


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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