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

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UAM Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection


ALA
UAM:Herb:12898Carolyn L. Parker   1995-07-18
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Provideniya Bay, Emma Bay, mountain behind Provideniya, 64.41 -173.16

ALA
UAM:Herb:257381S. S. Kharkevich   873 b.1975-06-30
Russia, Kamchatka, unknown, 62.86609 165.841847

ALA
UAM:Herb:7820Carolyn L. Parker   1993-06-27
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Provideniya Bay, Urelyky, E shore of Emma Bay, slopes above village, 64.41 -173.16

ALA
UAM:Herb:257447S. S. Kharkevich   873 a.1974-09-01
Russia, Kamchatka, unknown, 60.783333 170

ALA
UAM:Herb:245064Steffi Ickert-Bond, Jordan Metzgar, Richard Bond, Yulia Mikhaylova, Nadya Sekretareva   2010-07-20
Russia, Chukot, Wet tundra in alluvial fan near Chegitun River, 65.7823055556 -171.9799166667, 171 - 171m

ALA
UAM:Herb:14060Carolyn L. Parker   1995-07-06
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Anadyr, Mount Dionisya, 64.73 177.5

ALA
UAM:Herb:245173Steffi Ickert-Bond, Jordan Metzgar, Richard Bond, Yulia Mikhaylova, Nadya Sekretareva   2010-07-21
Russia, Chukot, East facing hillside near Chegitun River, 65.8751666667 -172.1872777778, 181 - 181m

ALA
UAM:Herb:249564Heidi Solstad, Reidar Elven   2005-07-28
Russia, Chukot, Chukchi Peninsula: Buchta Penkigney, Pestolova River, 64.8283333333 173.085

ALA
UAM:Herb:257445T. G. Buch   873 c.1978-07-24
Russia, Khabarovsk, unknown, 58.65948 137.299012

ALA
UAM:Herb:242618Heidi Solstad, Reidar Elven   2005-08-03
Russia, Chukot, No specific locality recorded., 65.645 -171.225

ALA
UAM:Herb:8266Carolyn L. Parker   1993-07-04
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Anadyr, slopes and coastline W of town, 64.73 177.5

ALA
UAM:Herb:88995T. V. Plieva   1979-07-17
Russia, Chukot, Chukotka Peninsula, Amguema R, left bank, 15 km below the bridge, 66.91 -179.03


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