Dataset: DSUND
Taxa: Grossulariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Dickinson State University Herbarium


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DSU00151Dorothea Knowlton   1946-04-20
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00179Emily Reese   2012-04-25
USA, North Dakota, Stark, Grassy Butte park in middle on hill near rocks

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DSU00268Katilynn Nible   2012-05-17
USA, North Dakota, Stark, Research Extension Center walk way, 46.883477 -102.800205

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DSU00317Morgan Petersen   2014-05-04
USA, North Dakota, Stark, Dickinson Dike, 46.87539 -102.8219

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DSU00338Ethan Striefel   2014-05-04
USA, North Dakota, Billings, Near Sheep Creek by interstate 94, 46.93066 -103.54855

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DSU00342Justin Schwab   2014-05-04
USA, North Dakota, Billings, 46.93057 -103.5491

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DSU00433Craig Whippo   2013-05-13
United States, North Dakota, Stark, 46.86896 -102.8398

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DSU00560Morgan Petersen   2014-05-28
USA, North Dakota, Billings, 46.7935603 -103.3868662

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DSU00475Craig Whippo   2014-05-26
USA, North Dakota, Billings, 47.0837738 -103.3628814

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DSU00976   1946-04-28

DSUND
DSU01752   


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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