Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Clerodendron bungei
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Baylor University Herbarium


BAYLU:BAYLU
BAYLU060343J. Singhurst   85991999-09-15
United States, Texas, Jasper, Martin Dies State Park, 30.850448 -94.163794

Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium


DES
DES00028869Jean Cordts   2221985-06-19
USA, Arizona, Maricopa, Scottsdale, 7030 E Earl., 33.484422 -111.830619

Louisiana State University, Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium


LSU-NO:Vascular Plants
NO0101083Glen N. Montz   44301977-08-29
United States, Louisiana, Saint Charles

LSU-NO:Vascular Plants
NO0101091W. C. Holmes   23071975-09-25
United States, Louisiana, Natchitoches

Miami University Turrell Herbarium - Vascular Plants


MU
000307993Qiu, L.S.   0161994-03-00
China, Guangxi, Guilin, 200m

MU
000307994Qui, L.S.   1461994-07-00
China, Guangxi, vicinity of Guilin, 200m

MU
000136811Zhou, F.   2052004-06-03
China, Hunan, Yuanling, Jiemuxixiang, 450m

Michigan State University


MSC
MSC0208028   

University of Louisiana at Monroe Herbarium, R. Dale Thomas Collection


BRIT:NLU
NLU0014011   
United States, Louisiana, Ouachita

University of South Alabama Herbarium


USAM
USAM_000015143M. G. Lelong   1969-06-23
United States, Alabama, Mobile, Cultivated in residence along Bit and Spur Terrace, Western section of Mobile.

USAM
USAM_000015144Michel G. Lelong   94471976-08-28
United States, Alabama, Mobile, Along McGregor Ave, at intersection with Mordecai Lane, about 2000 feet north of Old Shell road. West Mobile.

University of Tennessee Vascular Herbarium


TENN
TENN-V-0186172   
United States, Louisiana, Cameron

Vanderbilt University Herbarium


BRIT:VDB
BRIT150667   
United States, Alabama, Houston


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.