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

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
Marsilea mollis B.L. Robins. & Fern.
B.36685G. Rink   120932013-08-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Williams District, Kaibab National Forest, Bear Tank #2 in Hell Canyon, southwest of Bill Williams Mountain, 35.148977 -112.224087, 2012m

MNA
Marsilea vestita Hook. & Grev.
B.5918Thornber, J.J.   1913-05-11
USA, Arizona, Pima County, Monthan's Ranch, Rillito R.-Tucson. Growing in reservoir., 32.315427 -111.043082

MNA
Marsilea vestita Hook. & Grev.
B.9940Deaver, Chester F.   28891950-04-01
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Mund's Park Ranger Station, south on Foxboro Lake Road, near bridge. Wash in open grassy meadow., 34.898469 -111.669205

MNA
Marsilea vestita Hook. & Grev.
B.10202Hevly, R.H.   1958-07-05
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Foxboro Lake, 34.872415 -111.62693

MNA
Marsilea vestita Hook. & Grev.
B.14550Long, M.A.W. & P.   
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Alamo, Big Williams River, 34.298407 -114.10868


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