Dataset: SHTC
Taxa: Viburnum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SHTC - CSU Stanislaus Herbarium

Essagan, S.   82016-02-15
United States, California, Stanislaus, in from of modesto junior college, across from GYM., 37.653611 -121.010556, 27m

Viburnum opulus’ Roseum’
Danial. Kh, S.   XIII2016-04-05
United States, California, Stanislaus, Stanislaus Co. Modesto Junior college, Coldwell Ave, parking lot, 37.3913 -120.0038, 21m

Viburnum odoratissium
Ramirez, M.   42016-03-29
United States, California, San Joaquin, in front of welcome center, next to the parking lot, 37.78558 -121.30782, 9m

Gregersen, E.   1942-05-05
United States, Illinois, Cook, Willo Springs, IL

Viburnum lantago
Gregersen, E.   1939-05-20
United States, Illinois, Cook, National Grove Forest Preserve

Viburnum Opulus americanum
Gregersen, E.   1941-05-23
United States, Illinois, Cook, Ottawa trail

Gregersen, E.   1939-05-21
United States, Illinois, Cook, Cicero, IL

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