Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Acacia baileyana

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University of Arizona Herbarium


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Acacia baileyana F.J. Muell.
302953 H. M. Hall   s.n.
United States, California, NULL, Berkeley
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Acacia baileyana F.J. Muell.
250513 J. M. Rominger   3052 30 June 1982
Australia, New South Wales, NULL, Sydney Botanical Garden, 30m
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Acacia baileyana F.J. Muell.
405196 J. P. Rebman   14012 15 November 2007
United States, California, San Diego County, Del Dios Open Space Preserve: SW of Escondido and NW of Lake Hodges; W of Del Dios Highway (Hwy S6), 33.08380 -117.12640, 220m
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Acacia baileyana F.J. Muell.
302954 K. D. Jones   181-J 26 February 1905
United States, California, NULL, Campus, Berkeley
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Acacia baileyana F.J. Muell.
155279 R. J. Barr   64-590 28 November 1964
United States, California, Orange County, Roadside near Capistrano Beach
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Acacia baileyana F.J. Muell.
251489 R. R. Halse   2573 03 March 1983
United States, Arizona, NULL, Cultivated at Willamette Pollen about 21/2 miles north of Monmouth
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