Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Acacia retinodes

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University of Arizona Herbarium


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250173 G. Starr   C-231 10 February 1983
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Growing at Plant Materials Center, Tucson
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218748 J. GarcĂ­a P.   s.n. 19 September 1977
Mexico, Distrito Federal, Iztapalapa, Cima Cerro de La Estrella, Del. Ixtapalapa, D.F.
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218798 J. Garcia P.   446 19 September 1977
Mexico, Distrito Federal, NULL, Delegacion Ixtapalapa. Cima del Cerro de la Estrella. Laderas reforestados, 2200m
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154 J. W. Gillespie   373 12 April 1925
United States, California, Santa Clara County, Native to Australia
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394245 Janka Vanova   09-1 12 February 2009
United States, Arizona, Pima County, University of Arizona campus, East of Math building East, West of north part of big grass park north of Highland Commons.
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394348 Janka Vanova   09-32 07 May 2009
United States, Arizona, Pima County, University of Arizona campus, East of Mathematics east Building.
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385742 K. D. Jones   96D 19 February 1905
United States, California, NULL, Berkeley Campus
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302947 P. R. Doron   s.n. 01 December 1917
United States, Arizona, NULL, Home grounds, Dr. P.R. Doron, Phoenix 721 Grand Avenue
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