Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agrostis anadyrensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
BRYV0090969V. V. Petrovsky   s.n.1973-07-30
Russian Federation, Labell in Russian].

New York Botanical Garden Steere Herbarium


NY
01554498J. M. Gillett   53341950-07-16
Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador, Labrador, Goose Bay., 53.3 -60.416667

University of Alaska Museum


ALA
Agrostis anadyrensis Socz. [excluded]
138777Vladik V. Petrovsky, L. F. Khatsko   1966-06-03
Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Anyui Uplands, Bilibino village area, Bol'shoi Keperveyem R. valley, near the mouth of the Koral'veyem R., 68.03333333 166.25

ALA
Agrostis anadyrensis Socz. [excluded]
94284unknown   1800-01-01
No specific locality recorded.

ALA
Agrostis anadyrensis Socz. [excluded]
14719Carolyn L. Parker   46071993-07-28
Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Velikaya River valley, Velikaya-Koyverelan River confl., 63.25 173.25

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection


COLO:V
02895332   
Russian Federation

COLO:V
02895324   
Russian Federation


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