Dataset: ALA
Taxa: Arthrorhaphidaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:4779unknown   1800-01-01
Greenland

ALA
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:4780unknown   1800-01-01
Greenland

ALA
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:23144unknown, JoAnn W. Flock   FL-2241970-07-28
United States, Alaska, Point Barrow. Near Coast and Geodetic Instrument Building., 71.333333 -156.65, 3 - 3m

ALA
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:23144unknown, JoAnn W. Flock   FL-2241800-01-01
United States

ALA
UAMb:Herb:4789unknown   1800-01-01
Greenland

ALA
UAMb:Herb:23173unknown   1800-01-01
United States

ALA
UAMb:Herb:23145unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9218371992-07-13
United States, Alaska, Bendeleben Quad.: Bering Land Bridge NP [National Preserve], Seward Peninsula, Lost Jim Lava Flow., 65.55 -163.866667, 122 - 183m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:23145unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9218371800-01-01
United States


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