Dataset: YPM-YU
Taxa: Sarcogyne
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Yale University Herbarium, Peabody Museum of Natural History


YPM:YU
Sarcogyne clavus (DC.) Krempelh.
YU.238119Rose Meyrowitz   371922-11-09
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, East Haven, South End, 41.243986 -72.89399

YPM:YU
Sarcogyne clavus (DC.) Krempelh.
YU.238120Alexander W. Evans   7941926-07-21
United States, Connecticut, Fairfield, Darien, 41.078708 -73.469287

YPM:YU
Sarcogyne clavus (DC.) Krempelh.
YU.238121Alexander W. Evans   13261927-07-19
United States, Connecticut, Middlesex, Clinton, 41.27871 -72.52759

YPM:YU
Sarcogyne privigna (Ach.) A. Massal.
YU.238122Alexander W. Evans   2311925-08-16
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, Guilford, 41.262991 -72.716523

YPM:YU
Sarcogyne privigna (Ach.) A. Massal.
YU.238123Alexander W. Evans   4631925-11-19
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, Oxford, 41.433985 -73.116777

YPM:YU
Sarcogyne privigna (Ach.) A. Massal.
YU.238124Alexander W. Evans   13001927-07-13
United States, Connecticut, New London, East Lyme, 41.337624 -72.224037

YPM:YU
Sarcogyne privigna (Ach.) A. Massal.
YU.238125Mason E. Hale, Jr.   22a1949-07-00
United States, Connecticut, Litchfield, Aton Forest, at "Hickory Hill", 42.026972 -73.141753

YPM:YU
YU.238126H. A. Green   1893-10-24
United States, South Carolina, Chester, Chester, 34.704861 -81.214256

YPM:YU
YU.238127F. A. Musch   7371926-06-24
United States, Connecticut, New London, Old Lyme, 41.315996 -72.328972

YPM:YU
YU.238128Alexander W. Evans   10371927-05-11
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, Hamden, 41.39593 -72.896768

YPM:YU
YU.238129Alexander W. Evans   681923-05-11
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, Bethany, 41.421764 -72.99705


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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