Dataset: OBI
Taxa: Smilacaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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OBI - Robert F. Hoover Herbarium, Cal Poly State University


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OBI179545Robert J. Rodin   81581967-04-10
India, on edge of rain forest, about 3 miles south of Cheripunjee, Assam, 1067m

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OBI179546S.F. Blake   120861936-09-26
United States, Virginia, Charles City, near James R, Bremo, near Malvern Hill

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OBI179535Robert J. Rodin   65191960-08-16
United States, Missouri, Meramac State Park

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OBI179534David Keil   95731973-06-11
United States, North Carolina, Cumberland, Fort Bragg Military Reservation, 35.100751 -79.190891

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OBI179541David Keil   95621973-06-11
United States, North Carolina, Cumberland, Fort Bragg Military Reservation

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OBI179536T.G. Call   5731952-05-18
United States, Minnesota, Hennepin, Ninemile creek near its junction with Minnesota river at end of Humboldt Ave. In ravine about 100 feet N above flood plain, 9m

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OBI179539D. Walters   36(102)1965-05-09
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, from North of dump


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