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

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
Mazus pumilus (Thunb.) Kuntze
27442Sarah Slaughter   322004-03-06
U.S.A., South Carolina, Richland, This plant was found at Harbison State Forest which is about 20 miles from downtown Columbia and 5 miles off Hwy 26. It was approximately 20 feet in front of Midlands Mountain Multiple Use trail sign..

SRP
Mazus pumilus (Burm. f.) Steenis
25586Lura Collins   s.n.2000-03-12
U.S.A., Louisiana, Ouachita, 104 Belmont Dr, West Monroe, Lot 23 of Square one of Unit No. (1) Forest Park Subdivision.

SRP
Mazus pumilus (Thunb.) Kuntze
59225Li Pan   2014-05-01
China, Shanghai, Minhang District, Xinzhuang Industry., 31.074722 121.371389, 3m

SRP
Mazus pumilus (Burm. f.) Steenis
69027D. E. Boufford, S. Christoph, C. Davidson, Y. D. Gao   436852014-05-13
China, Sichuan, Baoxing Xian: WNW of the city of Baoxing; Ganyanggou Road to Leyuan Shan, upstream along tributary of Xi He (West River) from confluence at Longdong Zhen on road to Leyuan Shan., 30.411944 102.613889, 1800 - 1825m


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