Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Acer caesium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium


CM:Botany
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
CM185148Kenoyer, D.   44-19-91920-06-00
India, Upper Ganges, Himalaya, 2743m

CM:Botany
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
CM252812Chauehri, M.N.   981975-08-30
Pakistan, Bus stop, Murree, 1981m

Morris Arboretum of University of Pennsylvania


MOAR
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
MOAR0007311O. Polunin   56/2441956-08-13
India, Kashmir, Khelanmarg, 34.033333 74.35, 3292m

MOAR
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
MOAR0007310Anthony S. Aiello   0062010-09-19
China, Shaanxi, Mei Xian, Ying Tou, Hong He Gu Forest Park, 34.01883 107.79383, 2164m

MOAR
MOAR0026040Paul W. Meyer   NACPEC11-0422011-09-26
China, Shaanxi, Mei Xian, Hong He Gu Forest Park, 31.01851667 107.7974, 2309m

MOAR
MOAR0026135Anthony S. Aiello   NACPEC16-0042016-09-14
China, Sichuan, Songpan, Huanglong Nature Preserve, Hong Miaozi, Aba Prefecture, 32.81799306 103.9181833, 2980m

Morton Arboretum


MOR
0058668MORMeyer, P   NACPEC11-0422011-09-26
China, Shaanxi, Meixian, Tai Bai Shan Township, Hong He Gu., 31.018517 107.7974

New York Botanical Garden Steere Herbarium


NY
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
02483376T. J. Delendick   4371975-00-00
United States of America, Oregon. Roseburg

NY
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
02483375T. J. Delendick   2041975-05-30
United States of America, Washington, King Co., University of Washington Arboretum

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Vascular Plants


NCU:Vascular Plants
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
NCU00086500Puri, Dr. G.   s.n.1952-06-29
India, Gahan, Bashahar

NCU:Vascular Plants
Acer caesium Wall. ex Brandis
NCU00086342Puri, Dr. G.   s.n.1952-06-29
India, Gahan, Bashahar


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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