Dataset: MNA
Taxa: Alismataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Museum of Northern Arizona


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B.39190Stevens, L.E.   s.n.2009-08-23
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, FS139C Spring, 34.44198 -111.195864, 2333m

MNA
B.14028McCormack, C.W.   1961-07-19
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Little Colorado River 4 miles southeast of Holbrook, 34.832936 -110.064799

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B.19277Russell, R. H.   1969-09-09
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, A farm on the north side of Winslow, 35.03401 -110.695983

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B.10016Haskell, H.S.   1958-07-16
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Lake Mary, 36.6667 -111.6167

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B.10204Hevly, R.H.   1958-07-05
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Foxboro Lake, 34.872415 -111.62693

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B.10401Hevly, R.H.   1958-07-23
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Wide Lake, Lukachukai Mtns., 36.620016 -109.265482

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B.10465Hevly, R.H.   1958-08-17
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, White Horse Lake, S of Williams, 35.11694 -112.01278

MNA
B.12115Ruckes, Herbert   1960-07-24
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Vail Lake, Anderson Mesa, 35.08978 -111.51254

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B.12940C. W. McCormack   1961-07-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Junction of Route 65 and Rim Road, N of Bakers Butte, 34.454881 -111.395546

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B.14344C. W. McCormack   1961-08-09
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Davenport Lake, 4 mi E of Williams, 35.255783 -112.077812

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B.14993White, Larry   1962-07-07
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, 11 mi. S of Williams, 35.089878 -112.19028

MNA
B.15290Eichenauer, Eric   1962-07-25
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Lake No. 1 on Mogollon Rim, 34.161014 -109.978594

MNA
B.17170Johnsen, Ardith B.   12421964-07-24
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Origin of Sycamore Canyon; growing in bottom of dried up pool, 35.152445 -112.030493

MNA
B.17291Mark Applequist   77
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Junction of Payson Highway and Rim Road on the Mogollon Rim, 34.453793 -111.437105

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B.18026Aitchison, Stewart   P2191967-07-10
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Mogollon Rim; Potato Lake, 34.46222 -111.34528

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B.31523Phillips, A.M. & Phillips, B.G.   83-2921983-07-31
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino Co. Viet Spring, San Francisco Peaks, spring area itself, shaded by cliff., 35.30667 -111.71222

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B.33448G. Rink   97252010-07-03
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Hunter Tank, canyons of the Mogollon Rim., 34.575871 -111.188286

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B.34721Kirstin Olmon   2042011-06-24
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Colorado Plateau, Kaibab National Forest Tusayan District, Upper Basin on Coconino Plateau, 2.25 km SE from Highway 64 on Forest Road 310 (Coconino Rim Road), 2 km NE on Forest Road 307 at Hull Tank., 35.965528 -111.942583, 2183m

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B.35348G. Kluwin   2252012-08-17
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, The Nature Conservancy Hart Prairie, 14 miles NW of Flagstaff off FR 151, East spring, 35.3485 -111.728944, 2610m

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B.35378G. Rink   88062009-07-13
USA, ARIZONA, Coconino County, Swamp Lake, north of Swamp Ridge road, 36.331394 -112.314665, 2347m

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B.35712G. A. Goodwin   12691980-07-10
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest; 1 mile north of Happy Jack, 34.7597 -111.4187, 2316m

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B.36712G. Rink   121162013-08-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Williams District, Kaibab National Forest, Borrow tank south of Bill Williams Mountain along FR 122., 35.16967 -112.21676, 2155m

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B.43120Phillips, Barbara G.   1041970-06-25
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, below Fool Hollow Lake dam, 3 miles west of Show Low, AZ, 34.277873 -110.073113

MNA
B.44278Gloria Hardwick   02942019-07-29
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, E. Twin Spring; SSI # 776 in the Kaibab National Forest, adjacent to FS Road 122, there is a sign indicating Twin Spring, 35.16906 -112.21548, 2155m


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