Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Populus tacamahacca, Populus tacamahacca var. candicans
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00775931August J. Breitung   6461940-07-14
Canada, Saskatchewan, none

Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANM
CAN 10021050   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021047   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021026   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021021   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021022   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021049   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021053   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021052   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021027   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021023   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021020   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021051   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021029   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021030   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

CMN:CANM
CAN 10021028   
Canada, Yukon Territory (Terr.)

Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium


CM:Botany-botany
CM178105Rouse, C.H.   411931-07-04
United States, Alaska, Kaltag, bank of Yukon River, 64.327222 -158.721944

CM:Botany-botany
CM408910Dutilly, A.   168931946-09-00
Canada, Ontario, Weenusk, Hudson Bay, 55.25 -85.25

Milwaukee Public Museum


MIL
B103938M. F. Buell   4941932-07-22
United States, Minnesota, Clearwater

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
1668124Ernest J. Palmer   277211925-06-08
United States, Wisconsin, Brown, Low swampy woods, near pittsfield.


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Google Map

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