Dataset: FSU
Taxa: Ceratophyllaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


FSU
000119818   
United States, Pennsylvania, Sullivan

FSU
000119817   
United States, South Carolina, Clarendon

FSU
000119816   
United States, South Carolina, Clarendon

FSU
000119819   
United States, Mississippi, Chickasaw

FSU
000119820   
United States, Mississippi, Carroll

FSU
000119821   
United States, Virginia, Smyth

FSU
000119823   

FSU
000119822   

FSU
000119824   

FSU
000119825   
United States, Iowa

FSU
000119827   
United States, Iowa

FSU
000119826   
United States, Texas, Cameron

FSU
000119828   
United States, Texas, Travis

FSU
000119829   
United States, Pennsylvania, Centre

FSU
000119830   
United States, Texas, McLennan

FSU
000119831   
United States, Michigan

FSU
000119832   
United States, Iowa

FSU
000119833   
United States, Texas, Menard

FSU
000119834   
United States, Oklahoma

FSU
000119835   
United States, Georgia, Seminole

FSU
000119836   
United States, Virginia, Montgomery

FSU
000119837   
United States, Louisiana

FSU
000119838   
United States, North Carolina

FSU
000119839   
United States, Louisiana

FSU
000119840   
United States, Louisiana

FSU
000119841   
United States, Louisiana

FSU
000119842   
United States, Louisiana

FSU
000178040E. Katz   1971-10-26
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found in canal in L. Woodruff Wildlife Refuge.

FSU
000178041Jim Lytton   1978-03-28
United States, Florida, Volusia, @ Ponce DeLeon Springs

FSU
000178042   
United States, Pennsylvania, Centre

FSU
000178039Suzanne Fimbel   1974-02-28
United States, Florida, Volusia, L. Woodruff Refuge.

FSU
000119813   
United States, Louisiana

FSU
000119814   
United States, South Carolina, Colleton

FSU
000119815   
United States, Pennsylvania, Bradford

FSU
000119812   
United States, Georgia


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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