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

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UAM Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection


ALA
UAM:Herb:257744Heidi Solstad, Reidar Elven   05/07902005-08-08
Russia, Chukot, Toygunen NE of Kolyuchin Bay, Chukchi Peninsula, 67.066 -173.383

ALA
UAM:Herb:14020Carolyn L. Parker   1995-07-02
Russia, Chukot, Pekul'ney Mtns, southern foothills of range, 65.5 174.33

ALA
UAM:Herb:8220Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-02
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Anadyr, Gora Dionisiya, SSW of town, 64.73 177.5

ALA
UAM:Herb:9195Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-09
Russia, Chukot, Koryakskoye Mtns, May Creek, 62.48 171.86

ALA
UAM:Herb:7797Carolyn L. Parker   1993-06-26
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Provideniya Bay, valley at head of Emma Bay, 64.41 -173.16

ALA
Diapensia obovata (F. Schmidt) Nakai
UAM:Herb:245259Jordan Metzgar, Steffi Ickert-Bond, Richard Bond, Yulia Mikhaylova, Nadya Sekretareva   2010-07-20
Russia, Chukot, Floodplain along river, half mile from road and 2 miles from Lorino, 65.6183611111 -171.9024166667, 56 - 56m

ALA
Diapensia obovata (F. Schmidt) Nakai
UAM:Herb:82873T. V. Plieva   1970-06-26
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Nunligran, near the village, 64.8 -175.5

ALA
Diapensia obovata (F. Schmidt) Nakai
UAM:Herb:82872   1971-06-29
Russia, Chukot, Anyui Uplands, Baranikha village area, 68.5 168.25

ALA
Diapensia obovata (F. Schmidt) Nakai
UAM:Herb:258170S. S. Kharkevich, T. G. Buch   3901974-07-29
Russia, Kamchatka, vicinity of village Tilitchyky, Olyutorsky district; (Kamchatskiy region)., 60.4334 166.048

ALA
Diapensia lapponica subsp. obovata (F. Schmidt) Hultén
UAM:Herb:249345Heidi Solstad, Reidar Elven   2005-08-02
Russia, Chukot, Chukchi Peninsula: Lavrentiya Bay, bay 19 km NW of Lavrentiya, S of Mys Skritii, 65.6966666667 -171.3166666667


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