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

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Schaereria cinereorufa (Schaer.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:36978Peter R. Nelson   06-1302006-07-08
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Kankone Peak Grid Point #22, 63.61559989 -150.6238377, 1225 - 1225m

ALA
Schaereria endocyanea (Stirton) Hertel & Gotth. Schneider
UAMb:Herb:11913unknown   1960-07-17
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Schaereria endocyanea (Stirton) Hertel & Gotth. Schneider
UAMb:Herb:11912unknown   1960-07-17
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Schaereria fuscocinerea (Nyl.) Clauzade & Cl. Roux
UAMb:Herb:50680Barbara M. Murray   104031980-08-11
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Schaereria dolodes (Nyl. ex Hasse) Schmull & T. Sprib.
UAMb:Herb:15584unknown   1975-02-26
United States, California

ALA
Schaereria dolodes (Nyl. ex Hasse) Schmull & T. Sprib.
UAMb:Herb:11911unknown   1975-02-26
United States, California


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