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

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UAM Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection


ALA
Corydalis pauciflora (Stephan) Pers.
UAM:Herb:9145Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-08
Russia, Chukot, Koryakskoye Mtns, May Creek, 62.48 171.86

ALA
Corydalis arctica
UAM:Herb:143603Vladimir Yu. Razzhivin   1978-07-06
Russia, Chukot, Egvekinot village and head of Kresta Bay, 10 km NNW of the village, 66.33333333 -179.133333

ALA
Corydalis sibirica (L. fil.) Pers.
UAM:Herb:85613P. Yu. Zhmylev, T. V. Plieva, Boris A. Yurtsev   1979-08-17
Russia, Chukot, Egvekinot-Iul'tin Route, vic. 175-180 km, middle course Amguema R, left bank, 67.5 -178.66

ALA
Dicentra peregrina (Rudolph) Makino
UAM:Herb:8230Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-02
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Anadyr, Gora Dionisiya, SSW of town, 64.73 177.5

ALA
Corydalis arctica
UAM:Herb:84066T. M. Koroleva   1977-06-28
Russia, Chukot, Anyui Uplands, Pogynden R. basin, headwaters of the Kikukveyem R., 68.68 164.5

ALA
Dicentra peregrina (Rudolph) Makino
UAM:Herb:9187Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-09
Russia, Chukot, Koryakskoye Mtns, May Creek, 62.48 171.86

ALA
Corydalis pauciflora (Stephan) Pers.
UAM:Herb:8222Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-02
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Anadyr, Gora Dionisiya, SSW of town, 64.73 177.5

ALA
Corydalis arctica
UAM:Herb:84065Vladimir Yu. Razzhivin   1978-07-06
Russia, Chukot, Egvekinot village and head of Kresta Bay, 10 km NNW of the village, 66.33 -179.03

ALA
Corydalis pauciflora (Stephan) Pers.
UAM:Herb:9289Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-14
Russia, Chukot, Koryakskoye Mtns, May Creek, lakes and pass N of headwaters of creek, 62.48 171.86


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