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Go to this image 02538 Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus carnea Zeyher 
"Red horsechestnut"

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H. Stansfield (s.n.)
07 June 1991 
UVSC campus, Orem, by trade's building auto shop.   United States
Utah
Utah

 
Go to this image 08221 Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus glabra Willd. 
"Ohio buckeye"

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K.T. Harper (2003-167)
07 May 2003 
Brigham Young University Botanical Garden, corner of 5th East and 8th North, Provo.   United States
Utah
Utah

 
Go to this image 05056 Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus glabra Willd. 
"Ohio buckeye"

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K.T. Harper (2001-31)
09 May 2001 
Spanish Fork, corner of 6th East and Center St.   United States
Utah
Utah

 
Go to this image 05043 Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus glabra Willd. 
"Ohio buckeye"

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K.T. Harper (2001-39)
09 May 2001 
BYU campus, SW of Maeser Building, Provo;   United States
Utah
Utah

 
16452 Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus hippocastanum L. 
"horse chestnut"

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Robert R. Robbins (174)
11 July 1972 
University of Illinois campus.   United States
Illinois
Champaign

 
Go to this image 05098 Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus hippocastanum L. 
"horse chestnut"

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S. Scott (12)
16 May 2001 
800 E. 110 N., Orem; ornamental tree in yard.
40° 29' 0.01" N, 111° 60' 0.01" W.  
United States
Utah
Utah
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