Dataset: FH
Taxa: Santalaceae

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Farlow Herbarium - Harvard


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barcode-00251311Wilkes Expedition   30 Nov 1837
Chile, Magallanes-Antártica, Orange Harbor & c, Fuegia

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barcode-00035901J. A. Preiss   2101
Australia (Country)

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barcode-00251309Wilkes Expedition   30 Nov 1837
New Zealand

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barcode-00045555Franz W. Sieber   135
Australia (Country)

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barcode-00035851J. Cuatrecasas   1933015 Dec 1944
Colombia, Cauca, Cordillera Central, vertiente occidental; Cabeceras del río Palo: Quebrada de Santo Domingo, vertiente derecha, márgenes de bosques residuales, alt. 2740-2640 m

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barcode-00251298Wilkes Expedition   30 Nov 1837
Argentina, Río Negro, Rio Negro, North Patagonia

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barcode-00251312R. O. Cunningham   31 Mar 1869
Port Gallant

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barcode-00045554Franz W. Sieber   135
Australia (Country)

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barcode-00035905A. Weberbauer   571830 Nov 1910
Peru, Lima, Hills of San Agustin, 300-400 m.

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barcode-00035854E. G. Pritzel   41830 Jun 1901
Australia (Country), Western Australia, In fruticetis arenosis inter flumina Moore et Murchison

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barcode-00251300C. Gay   30 Nov 1837
Chile

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barcode-00035853Max Koch   2537
Australia (Country), Big Brook, Warren District

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barcode-00035848F. J. H. v. Mueller   
Australia (Country), Queensland, Burdekin River

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barcode-00035852Franz W. Sieber   
Australia (Country)

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barcode-00045556Franz W. Sieber   135
Australia (Country)

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barcode-00251308Wilkes Expedition   30 Nov 1837
Australia (Country), New South Wales

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barcode-00035914J. A. Steyermark   6023715 Nov 1944
Venezuela, Bolívar, Vicinity of "Misia Kathy Camp," on mesa between Ptari-tepuí and Sororopán-tepuí, alt. 1615 m


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