Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Acoraceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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Acorus americanus (Raf.) Raf.
BRYV0025311M. J. Shchepanek   78851988-06-17
Canada, Ontario, Rainy River Dist. Halkirk Township. Southeast of Bear Pass (Rainy Lake), off Hwy. 11. Site 2., 48.7 -93

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BRYV0025312A. Karolyi   5741964-08-03
Hungary, VeszprŽm. In paludosis ad ripas lacus ÒBaltonÓ pr. praed. FENƒKPUSZTA., 110m

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BRYV0025310R. Dale Thomas   410831974-08-05
U.S.A., Louisiana, Ouachita, Small pond beside Business Route U.S. 165 165 S at Buckhorn Bend Road and Bypass U.S. 165 s. of Monroe.

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BRYV0025309T. Van Bruggen   50801967-07-05
U.S.A., South Dakota, Gregory, Swampy area 1 mile north of Bonesteel near roadside.

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BRYV0025308T. Van Bruggen   49751966-09-11
U.S.A., South Dakota, Gregory, Swampy area near roadside 1 mi. NW of Bonesteel.

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BRYV0025307J. Stuart Lassetter   24371975-07-08
U.S.A., Kentucky, Madison, Southeast end of Lake Reba, just east of Richmond.

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BRYV0025306Ernest F. Reimschiissel   CU3041952-07-30
U.S.A., New York, Tompkins, South Hill, Ithaca.

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BRYV0025305Wilma Privett   251978-07-18
U.S.A., Kentucky, Estill, Low area between Route 1645 and railroad tracks, across from entrance to lock #12, just west on 1645 from Route 1571 railroad underpass.

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BRYV0255303H. E. Ahles   896171980-07-25
United States, Massachusetts, Hampden, Stream bank at junction of Homestead Road and US Route 202, Holyoke.; 0

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BRYV0025302Eddie Blandford   s.n.1975-07-08
U.S.A., Kentucky, Madison, Lake Reba, south of KY 52, just east of Richmond.

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BRYV0025304F. H. Sargent   s.n.1942-06-19
U.S.A., Maine, York, Newfield.

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BRYV0025313Johannes Johansson   s.n.1958-08-15
Sweden, Scania: Burlšvs s:n, den lilla lergraven, c:a 200 m. N om Burlšvs gamla kyrka.

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BRYV0025314Johannes Johansson   s.n.1958-08-15
Sweden, SkŒne: Burlšv parish, about 500 m N.N.W. of the old church, in a marl-pit.


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