Dataset: BRU
Taxa: Geastraceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University Herbarium


BRU
CBRU00009894   1952-00-00
United States, Massachusetts, Essex, 42.780917 -70.812744

BRU
Geastrum Pers.
CBRU00009735   1941848-00-00
United States, Rhode Island, 41.652185 -71.505914

BRU
CBRU00009161MA Curtis   
United States, South Carolina, 34.054816 -81.163727

BRU
CBRU00003141JF Brenckle   1908-10-00
United States, North Dakota, LaMoure, 46.301914 -98.948162

BRU
CBRU00009785WW Bailey   1896-01-01
United Kingdom, England, Northamptonshire, [East Northamptonshire District of the shire county of Northamptonshire], 52.5503 -0.4913

BRU
Geaster fimbriatus Tul. & C. Tul.
CBRU00007767   
USA, South Carolina, Car. Aust., 33.8361 -81.1637

BRU
Geaster fornicatus (Huds.) Hook.
CBRU00007768   
USA, South Carolina, Car. austr., 33.8361 -81.1637

BRU
CBRU00003146WH Long Jr   1901-10-22
United States, Texas, Denton, 33.214841 -97.133068

BRU
CBRU00003147J Dearness   1896-09-00
Canada, Ontario, 42.983333 -81.25

BRU
CBRU00007772   
USA, New York, Nov. Ebor [New York], 40.714269 -74.005973

BRU
CBRU00003149WH Long Jr   1901-10-22
United States, Texas, Denton, 33.214841 -97.133068


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