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

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UAM Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection


ALA
Mosla dianthera (Buch.-Ham. ex Roxb.) Maxim.
UAM:Herb:252375S. S. Kharkevich   1107.1995-09-03
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 43.32599 132.087523

ALA
UAM:Herb:13128Carolyn L. Parker   1995-07-30
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Cape Chaplino, vic. Chaplino Hot Springs and Lake Naivak, 64.41 -172.5

ALA
UAM:Herb:257337S. S. Kharkevich   684 b.1979-06-17
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 58.9079416667 136.7805944444

ALA
UAM:Herb:257340S. S. Kharkevich   684 a.1977-08-18
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 57.0979194444 137.4247694444

ALA
UAM:Herb:257619S. S. Kharkevich   685.1977-08-18
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 57.0979194444 137.4247694444

ALA
UAM:Herb:257405S. S. Kharkevich   679.1978-07-09
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 57.663824 136.163155

ALA
UAM:Herb:49588David F. Murray   1999-07-31
China, Kunlun Pass and vicinity, along the Golmud-Lhasa Hwy., 35.71 94.08

ALA
Dracocephalum argunense Fisch. ex Rchb.
UAM:Herb:257127S. S. Kharkevich   672.1991-07-04
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 42.8912027778 132.7317416667

ALA
Isodon japonicus (Burm.f.) H.Hara
UAM:Herb:257198S. S. Kharkevich   678.1988-08-07
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 42.8927 132.733693

ALA
UAM:Herb:9438Carolyn L. Parker   1993-08-03
Russia, Chukot, Velikaya River valley, Middle Velikaya River, 63.53 174.08

ALA
UAM:Herb:32980Carl Roland   1992-07-19
Russia, Upper Kolyma R. Valley, 'Aborigen' field station vicinity, Asia, 61.5 149.5, 0 - 550m

ALA
UAM:Herb:14739Carolyn L. Parker   1995-07-03
Russia, Chukot, Pekul'ney Mtns, southern edge of range, 65.5 174.33

ALA
UAM:Herb:257325S. S. Kharkevich   682 a.1988-07-26
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 43.197901 131.931113

ALA
UAM:Herb:257411S. S. Kharkevich   682 b.1991-09-08
Russia, Primor'ye, unknown, 42.891884 132.731768


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