Dataset: OMA
Taxa: Catillariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


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Solenospora candicans (Dickson) J. Steiner
7322Vezda   1979-07-20
Yugoslavia, Dalmatia, Peljesac Peninsula near Zuljana, 3m

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Catillaria chalybeia (Borrer) A. Massal.
17254Morse   15,7592007-09-18
USA, Kansas, Chautauqua, West Liberty Cemetery; 3 mi N, 0.75 mi E of Hale, 37.278611 -96.0375, 270m

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12998Fink   561897-06-21
USA, Minnesota, Grand Portage Island

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17209Morse & Logan   18,2172009-01-31
USA, Kansas, Linn, Dingus Natural Area; 2.75 mi W of jct of KS Hwys 7 and 52 in Mound City, 38.133333 -94.875278, 275m

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17199Morse   18,2502009-02-08
USA, Kansas, Douglas, University of Kansas Ecological Reserves: Breidenthal Biological Reserve; 1.75 mi N, 0.5 mi W of jct of US Hwy 56 & DG Co Rd 1055 in Baldwin City, 38.808889 -95.19, 275m

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Xanthopsorella texana (W.A. Weber) Kalb & Hafellner
8753Hale   201251960-03-22
Mexico, Chiapas, 5-7 km N of Berriozabal, 920m

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9577Smith   9112110031991-11-12
USA, Hawaii, Oahu, Olomana, 70m


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Google Map

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