Dataset: FLAS
Search Criteria: Germany; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
FLAS-F-52657W. Kreiger   1889-05-31
Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg, Schluchsee, 47.816667 8.183333

FLAS
FLAS-F-55653D. Benkert   1986-09-22
Germany, Saxony, Annaberg, on Fichtelberg mountain on the other "Wellenschankel", 50.428476 12.953969

FLAS
FLAS-F-55654D. Benkert   1986-11-11
Germany, Brandenburg, railway embankment slaked (low?) voltage at the Berlin outer ring on the edge of Kieskutenberges, 52.454738 13.211346

FLAS
FLAS-F-50547G. Winter   1874-05-00
Germany, Saxony-Anhalt, Sachsen, Eisleben

FLAS
FLAS-F-50548Dr. Schroter   1876-05-00
Germany, Baden, Rastatt, Gaggenau

FLAS
Helicostylum pulchrum (Preuss) Pidopl. & Milko
FLAS-F-56104R. Hadlock   
Germany

FLAS
FLAS-F-55754W.B. Cooke   1967-03-26
Germany, Pohlsee, Schnieder, 54.229802 9.929873

FLAS
FLAS-F-55804Walter Gams   1966-10-16
Germany, near Kiel Kitzeberg, 54.356118 10.185166

FLAS
Cheilymenia ciliata (Bull.) Maas Geest.
FLAS-F-55761W.B. Cooke   1967-03-26
Germany, Pohlsee, Schnieder; 54.229802 9.929873, 54.229802 9.929873

FLAS
Genea hispidula Berk. ex Tul. & C. Tul.
FLAS-F-66854G. Hensel   GH010718-12001-07-18
Germany, Burgholz bei Freyberg

FLAS
FLAS-F-66858G. Hensel   GH020628-12002-06-28
Germany, Schmoner Busch

FLAS
Genea sphaerica Tul. & C. Tul.
FLAS-F-66866G. Hensel   GH010504-12001-05-04
Germany, Tote Täler - Ophrys-sphecodes-Wiese

FLAS
Genea sphaerical
FLAS-F-66867G. Hensel   GH 020517-12005-05-17
Germany, Hahnenberge

FLAS
Genea sphaerical
FLAS-F-66868G. Hensel   GH 030502-12003-05-02
Germany

FLAS
Hydnobolites Tul. & C. Tul.
FLAS-F-66906   Gross5671974-09-01
Germany, Wesfalen, Wewelsburg

FLAS
FLAS-F-67207G. Gross   Gross5231972-08-12
Germany, Saarland, Hemmersdorf


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