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

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Yale University Herbarium, Peabody Museum of Natural History


YPM:YU
YU.236005G. K. Merrill   1909-10-10
United States, Maine, Knox, Rockland, 44.103692 -69.108929

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YU.236006M. Steiner   1933-05-21
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Otis, Big Pond, 42.193431 -73.041956

YPM:YU
YU.236007M. Steiner   1933-05-05
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, North Haven, 41.39093 -72.859545

YPM:YU
YU.236008M. Steiner   1933-05-26
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, North Haven, 41.39093 -72.859545

YPM:YU
YU.236009M. Steiner   1933-06-04
United States, Connecticut, Litchfield, Kent, Big Spectacle Pond, 41.723836 -73.418387

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YU.236010M. Steiner   1933-06-13
United States, Connecticut, Middlesex, Chester, 41.403284 -72.45092

YPM:YU
YU.236011Mason E. Hale, Jr.   1321949-08-00
United States, Connecticut, Litchfield, Aton Forest, at the northwest corner of "Pine Hill", 42.026972 -73.141753

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YU.236012E. E. Bogue   1895-00-00
United States, Ohio, Franklin, Georgesville, 39.890895 -83.221858


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