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

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Dickinson State University Herbarium


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DSU00107Dorothea Knowlton   1946-06-17
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00108Dorothea Knowlton   1946-06-03
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00109Dorothea Knowlton   1946-07-24
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00110Dorothea Knowlton   1946-07-24
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00111Dorothea Knowlton   1946-08-26
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00112Dorothea Knowlton   1946-08-26
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00113Dorothea Knowlton   1946-07-24
USA, North Dakota

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DSU00228Student   
USA, Washington, 47.032717 -117.3045

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Persicaria bicornis (Raf.) Nieuwl.
DSU00232Katilynn Nible   2012-05-29
USA, North Dakota, Adams

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DSU00279   

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DSU00402   
USA, 47.016934 -117.300075

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DSU00319Morgan Petersen   2014-05-05
USA, North Dakota, Stark, Dickinson Dike, 46.87555 -102.82065

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DSU00605Morgan Petersen   2014-07-02
USA, North Dakota, Hettinger, 46.4691099 -102.1873994

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DSU00672Morgan Petersen   2014-07-10
USA, North Dakota, Bowman, 46.0768364 -103.1844069

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DSU00729Morgan Petersen   2014-07-17
USA, North Dakota, Golden Valley, 46.9015937 -103.6701828

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DSU00743Morgan Petersen   2014-07-17
USA, North Dakota, Golden Valley, 47.29265 -103.75202

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DSU00866   2011-09-13
USA, North Dakota, Stark, 11930 30th St SW Dickinson, ND

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DSU00991   

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Eriogonum reniforme Torr. & Frém.
DSU01011   2010-03-19
USA, California, 36.304533 -116.511167, 747m

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DSU01276Morgan Petersen   2015-07-15
USA, North Dakota, McKenzie, 47.81016 -103.13458


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