Dataset: WTU
Search Criteria: Israel; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Washington Herbarium, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture


WTU:Vascular
279312M. Zohary, I. Amdursky   6011958-06-22
Israel, Philistaean Plain, env. of Palmahim, banks of Wadi Rubin., 31.931304 34.709738

WTU:Vascular
200768M. Zohary, I. Amdursky   6011958-06-22
Israel, Philistaean Plain, env. of Palmahim, banks of Wadi Rubin., 31.931304 34.709738

WTU:Vascular
295253A. Eig, M. Tohary, N. Feinbrum   200961926-03-24
Israel, En. of the Dead Sea. [illegible] Env. of Eini Gedi., 31.458011 35.385974

WTU:Vascular
186442N. Feinbrun, A. Fahn   4011951-11-16
Israel, Mikveh-Isreal, near Tel-Aviv., 32.032988 34.763217

WTU:Vascular
279263A. Grizi   6021945-03-16
Israel, Philistaean Plain, Mikve Israel., 32.029167 34.781389

WTU:Vascular
200769A. Grizi   6021945-03-16
Israel, Tel Aviv District, Philistaean Plain, Mikve Israel.

WTU:Vascular
200765A. Eig, N. Feinbrun   7281926-05-30
Israel, Huleh Plain, Huleh swamp., 33.091164 35.605492


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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