Dataset: PH
Taxa: Symphytocarpus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


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Symphytocarpus confluens (Cooke & Ellis) Ing & Nann.-Bremek.
PH00314025   s.n.1880-00-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54796 -75.017343

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Symphytocarpus longus (Peck) Nann.-Bremek.
PH00325423George A. Rex   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Fairmount Park, 39.98463 -75.193937

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Symphytocarpus longus (Peck) Nann.-Bremek.
PH00325422W. Stone   571887-07-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Paradise, 40.006273 -76.125648

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Symphytocarpus longus (Peck) Nann.-Bremek.
PH00325420   s.n.1920-07-17
United States, Brook's Mill

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Symphytocarpus longus (Peck) Nann.-Bremek.
PH00325421H. Wingate   58
United States, North Carolina, Union, Wingate College, 34.984318 -80.451292

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Symphytocarpus confluens (Cooke & Ellis) Ing & Nann.-Bremek
PH00342034J. B. Ellis   38a1883-10-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Lehigh, Bethlehem, 40.623583 -75.369874

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Symphytocarpus confluens (Cooke & Ellis) Ing & Nann.-Bremek
PH00342035Charles Palmer   38b1920-09-24
United States, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Chester, 39.844153 -75.37274

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Symphytocarpus longus (Peck) Nann.-Bremek.
PH00342210Hugo Bilgram   74
Locality data empty

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Symphytocarpus flaccidus (Lister) Ing & Nann.
PH00342772Macbride   192d
United States, Locality data empty

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Symphytocarpus longus (Peck) Nann.-Bremek.
PH00375268Beardslee   B59
United States, Illinois, Mason, Havana, 40.293759 -90.056488

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Symphytocarpus flaccidus (Lister) Ing & Nann
PH00375300R. Hagelstein   B73
United States, New York, Nassau, Jone's Beach, Long Island

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Symphytocarpus confluens (Cooke & Ellis) Ing & Nann.-Bremek
PH00401165Unknown   s.n.1924-09-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Chester


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