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

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Seney National Wildlife Refuge


SENEY
SNWR000211Elizabeth B. Beard   s.n.1947-07-21
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Unit I-E Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000212Laskowski   9331964-07-13
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, north show pool.

SENEY
Scirpus acutus Willd. ex Kunth
SNWR000214Laskowski   8731964-07-03
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, shore of F-1.

SENEY
Scirpus acutus Willd. ex Kunth
SNWR000215W.L. French   23-8-181959-06-01
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, J-1 Pool.

SENEY
Scirpus acutus Willd. ex Kunth
SNWR000216Elizabeth B. Beard   s.n.1947-07-21
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Unit I-E Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000218Laskowski   
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, detailed locality information protected

SENEY
SNWR000219Elizabeth B. Beard   
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, detailed locality information protected

SENEY
Scirpus cyperinus (L.) Kunth
SNWR000220Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-18
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Driggs Road, 2 1/2 miles south of gate.

SENEY
Scirpus cyperinus (L.) Kunth
SNWR000221Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-06-27
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Driggs Road, 2 1/2 miles south of gate.

SENEY
Scirpus cyperinus (L.) Kunth
SNWR000222Andrew J. Sabai   001122007-08-16
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, south of C-3 Pool.

SENEY
Scirpus cyperinus (L.) Kunth
SNWR000223Laskowski   8951964-07-04
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, southeast corner of E-1 pool.

SENEY
SNWR000224John L. Sypulski   23-8-341941-09-17
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, I-1 dike.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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