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

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Albion College


ALBC
ALBC004874   1881-06-26
United States, Michigan, Kent, Cedar Springs

ALBC
ALBC004876   492601949-07-01
United States, Michigan, Calhoun, Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve; Battle Creek

ALBC
ALBC004877   52901952-07-30
United States, Michigan, Calhoun, Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve; Battle Creek

ALBC
ALBC004878   1892-07-15
United States, Wisconsin, Superior

ALBC
ALBC004869   2266 (C.W. Fallass).1897-09-11
United States, Michigan, Kent, Grand Rapids

ALBC
ALBC004870   49921949-05-24
United States, Michigan, Calhoun, Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve; Battle Creek

ALBC
ALBC004871   11391897-08-06
United States, Michigan, Emmet, Round Lake

ALBC
ALBC004859   15901913-02-24
United States, Florida, A.C. railroad; Southwest Sanford

ALBC
ALBC004860   16541910-01-16
United States, Florida, San. & Ev. Railroad right-of-way; East Sanford

ALBC
ALBC004861C.W. Fallass. | Prof. Ehlers and students   33881925-10-31
United States, Michigan, Emmet, State Game Preserve

ALBC
ALBC004862E.A. Stowell. | Geoecology Class.   1971-06-09
United States, Michigan, Emmet, Wilderness State Park, Waugoshance Point

ALBC
ALBC004866   1898-08-06
United States, Michigan, Emmet, Round Lake

ALBC
ALBC004867   50441950-07-14
United States, Michigan, Calhoun, Harvey N. Ott Biological Preserve; Battle Creek

ALBC
ALBC004863   1923-07-04
United States, Massachusetts, Concord

ALBC
ALBC004864   1923-07-15
United States, Massachusetts, Concord

ALBC
ALBC004865   19441911-03-12
United States, Florida, South of Sanford

ALBC
ALBC004872   1895-08-08
United States, Michigan, Charlevoix, Pine Lake

ALBC
ALBC004873   15861910-01-19
United States, Florida, Sanford & Ev. RR; Southwest Sanford


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.