Dataset: SRP
Taxa: Aesculus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
813R. M. Myers   881983-04-00
U.S.A., Ohio, Franklin, [No locality given.]

SRP
14133A. D. E. Elmer   42581903-06-00
U.S.A., California, San Mateo, Crystal Springs Lake.

SRP
14132M. T. Dunn   471994-04-25
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, 1003 Liberty, Boise., 43.583333 -116.2, 854m

SRP
20280R. R. Wilson   8121946-06-19
U.S.A., Missouri, Warren, 1/2 mile south of J.; bend of Masses Creek.

SRP
20281Ralph R. Wilson   701937-06-01
U.S.A., Idaho, Bannock, Locality: City of Pocatello.<br/>Site: Nountain View Cemetary.

SRP
45350C. Davidson   112412008-05-21
Slovenia, Gorenjska, Lake Bohinjsko jezero. Near Sava bohinka River., 46.280472 13.829389, 558m

SRP
45351R. E. Brainerd, B. Newhouse   2052002-05-10
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, South Eugene, Upper Amazon Creek near the intersection of the headwater forks, ca. 1.4 mile north of Martin Way and 100 feet east of West Amazon Drive., 43.9985 -123.0746, 148m

SRP
45352F. D. Johnson   s.n.1977-04-00
U.S.A., Idaho, Nez Perce, Lapwai Creek on US HW95 opposite Indian Agency Hdqters., 250m

SRP
45353F. D. Johnson   s.n.1977-05-01
U.S.A., Idaho, Lewis, Five miles north of Winchester along US95, 762m

SRP
62040C. Davidson, S. R. Christoph   135882017-06-06
U.S.A., California, Tehama, 5.2 km west of Ropsewood on Hwy 36., 40.290083 -122.611472, 224m

SRP
65999David D. Taylor   92381985-06-29
U.S.A., Ohio, Butler, Miami University, Western Campus; just to north of dump area south and east of East End building, Oxford, Oxford Township.


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