Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Melasmia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Melasmia gleditschiae Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-11811May Varney   1889-09-27
USA, Kansas, Riley, Manhattan; 39.18888889 -96.59611111, 39.18888889 -96.59611111

FLAS
Melasmia hypophylla (Berk. & Ravenel) Sacc.
FLAS-F-11812E. Bartholomew   1906-09-27
United States, Kansas, Pottawatomie, Belvue; 39.21667 -96.17778, 39.216663 -96.178051

FLAS
Melasmia menziesiae Dearn. & Barthol.
FLAS-F-11813Elam Bartholomew   1912-08-12
USA, Washington, Jefferson, Duckabush River, 47.648704 -122.933491

FLAS
Melasmia rhododendri Henn. & Shirai
FLAS-F-55699S.Y. Cheo   3791931-09-06
China, Kweichow Province, Fan Ching Shan, 27.563121 108.385639

FLAS
Melasmia rhododendri Henn. & Shirai
FLAS-F-51701S.Y. Cheo   3791931-09-06
China, Kweichow Province, Fan Ching Shan, 27.563121 108.385639

FLAS
Melasmia ulmicola Berk. & M.A. Curtis
FLAS-F-23415H.C. Greene   HCG 251938-07-16
USA, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.073052 -89.40123


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