Dataset: ALA-
Taxa: Convallariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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UAM Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection


ALA
Maianthemum japonicum (A.Gray) LaFrankie
UAM:Herb:257442S. S. Kharkevich   888.1992-06-04
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 43.19668 131.93101

ALA
Polygonatum maximowiczii
UAM:Herb:253431Suzanne L. Joneson   2001-07-16
Russia, Sakhalin, Southern part of Sakhalin Island, on Sea of Okhotsk side. Environs of Sokol Village. East town in Belaya River Valley., 47.2429166667 142.7785833333, 48 - 48m

ALA
UAM:Herb:253444Suzanne L. Joneson   2001-07-18
Russia, Sakhalin, Southern part of Sakhalin Island, on Sea of Okhotsk side. Environs of Sokol Village. East town in Belaya River Valley., 47.2491 142.7936666667, 84 - 84m

ALA
Maianthemum bifolium (L.) F.W.Schmidt
UAM:Herb:257308S. S. Kharkevich   886.1979-07-08
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 57.5737666667 134.6799055556

ALA
UAM:Herb:252943S. S. Kharkevich   885.1974-06-15
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 43.533216 131.90488

ALA
Polygonatum maximowiczii
UAM:Herb:253798Suzanne L. Joneson   2001-08-24
Russia, Sakhalin, Southern tip of Moneron Island, just north of Cape Poyasnoy., 46.2276 141.2355166667, 60 - 80m

ALA
Maianthemum bifolium (L.) F.W.Schmidt
UAM:Herb:253901Suzanne L. Joneson   2001-07-18
Russia, Sakhalin, Southern part of Sakhalin Island, on Sea of Okhotsk side. Environs of Sokol Village. East of town in Belaya River Valley., 47.2491 142.7936666667, 84 - 84m

ALA
Polygonatum involucratum (Franch. & Sav.) Maxim.
UAM:Herb:250343S. S. Kharkevich, T. G. Buch   887.1992-06-13
Russia, Primorskiy territory, Vladivostok, vicinity of Academic town, broad-leaved forest, groups, frequent


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Google Map

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