Dataset: NCU-PC
Taxa: Calamitaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (fossils)


NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001211Gensel, Patricia G.   1983-07-00
France, Graissessac

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001420   
United States, Michigan, Grand Ledge

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001421   
United States, Michigan, Grand Ledge

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001212Sandy   
United States, Kentucky, strip mine 30 NE of Middlesboro, KY

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001415   
locality unknown

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001414   
locality unknown

NCU:PC
Annularia radiata (Brongniart, 1822) Sternberg, 1825
NCU-PC-001416   
United States, Indiana, Roaring Creek, Parke City


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Google Map

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