Dataset: SENEY
Taxa: Potentilla
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Seney National Wildlife Refuge


SENEY
SNWR000416Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-08-29
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, 3 miles south of M-28, Creighton Road.

SENEY
SNWR000417Richard McNeill   s.n.1998-07-16
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, C-3.

SENEY
SNWR000418D. McGlauchlin   82-15-11956-08-05
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, F Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000420Elizabeth B. Beard   s.n.1947-07-21
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Unit I-E Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000421Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-08-29
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Calvert, sec 36, next to high water truck trail.

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SNWR000422H.L. Patten   82-15-321958-07-14
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, I dike.

SENEY
SNWR000423Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-08-29
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Walsh Road near gate.

SENEY
SNWR000424J. Spieles   s.n.1999-07-12
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, C-3 Pool, Walsh Ditch.

SENEY
SNWR000425H.L. Patten   82-15-211958-07-14
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, I dike.

SENEY
SNWR000426D. McGlauchlin   82-15-211956-08-10
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, west end C-1 Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000427Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-24
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, start of Pine Ridge Trail.

SENEY
SNWR000428H.L. Patten   82-15-71958-07-28
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, headquarters.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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