Dataset: ALBC
Taxa: Alismataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Albion College


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ALBC000269   1895-05-30
United States, Michigan, Ingham, Lake Lansing (Pine Lake, Agricultural College); Lansing

ALBC
ALBC000271   501051950-08-11
United States, Michigan, Near east inlet to Brigham Lake; Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve. Battle Creek.

ALBC
ALBC000273   494001949-08-01
United States, Michigan, North swamp; Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve. Battle Creek.

ALBC
ALBC000274   493581949-07-27
United States, Michigan, Brownlee Park, near road leading NW entrance; Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve. Battle Creek.

ALBC
ALBC000275   541923-07-15
United States, Massachusetts, Amherst

ALBC
ALBC000276   1893-08-23
United States, Michigan, Grand Rapids

ALBC
ALBC000277   15611901-09-01
United States, Michigan, Round Lake

ALBC
ALBC000278   4621893-08-16
United States, Michigan, Bank of Grand River; Grand Rapids

ALBC
ALBC000279   1893-08-01
United States, Michigan, Branch of Grand River; Grand Rapids

ALBC
ALBC000280   1880-08-03
United States, Bank of Wild Pond?

ALBC
ALBC000268C. McMillan. | E. P. Sheldon   1894-07-01
United States, Minnesota

ALBC
ALBC000270   18841911-03-22
United States, Florida, Next to A.C. Railroad , southwest of Sanford; Sanford

ALBC
ALBC000265   521923-08-02
United States, Massachusetts, Amherst

ALBC
ALBC000267L.M. Umbach   12061897-07-30
United States, Indiana, Porter, Dune Park, 41.64412 -87.06219

ALBC
ALBC000272   501441950-08-19
United States, Michigan, Calhoun, Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve. North swamp; Battle Creek

ALBC
ALBC000488   494391949-08-19
United States, Michigan, At margin of Brigham Lake; Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve. Battle Creek.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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