Dataset: Westfield State University-WSCH
Search Criteria: United States of America OR USA OR U.S.A.; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Westfield State University Herbarium


Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011177D. A. Lovejoy   1968-09-03
United States of America, New Hampshire, Carroll, 44.18393 -71.18819

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011178D. A. Lovejoy   1992-07-27
United States of America, Vermont, Lamoille

Westfield State University:WSCH
Fraxinus profunda (Bush) Bush
WSCH011179J. Siedel   1997-08-23
United States of America, Massachusetts, Hampden, 42.17638 -72.57186

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011180D. A. Lovejoy   2002-07-25
United States of America, Massachusetts, Hampden, 42.1155 -72.53952

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011181L. E. Wheeler   1981-10-04
United States of America, Massachusetts, Worcester, 42.38378 -71.63552

Westfield State University:WSCH
Thalictrum thalictroides (L.) Eames & Boivin
WSCH011182D. A. Lovejoy   2009-05-22
United States of America, Massachusetts, Hampden, 42.12532 -72.65024

Westfield State University:WSCH
Spergularia rubra (L.) J.& K. Presl
WSCH011183J. Rough   1988-07-18
United States of America, Maine, York, 43.52395 -70.39051

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011184D. A. Lovejoy   1988-06-01
United States of America, Massachusetts, Hampden, 42.18686 -72.95221

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011185D. A. Lovejoy   2002-05-17
United States of America, Massachusetts, Hampden, 42.1155 -72.53952

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011186D. A. Lovejoy   1968-05-25
United States of America, New Hampshire, Carroll, 44.18393 -71.18819

Westfield State University:WSCH
WSCH011187D. A. Lovejoy   2003-06-08
United States of America, Massachusetts, Worcester, 42.65899 -71.92521


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