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

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Seney National Wildlife Refuge


SENEY
SNWR000430H.L. Patten   83-19-41958-07-25
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, Upper Goose Pen Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000431H.L. Patten   83-19-11958-07-13
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, C-2 dike.

SENEY
SNWR000432Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-09
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, subheadquarters.

SENEY
SNWR000433Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-06-27
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Driggs Road near north gate.

SENEY
SNWR000434H.L. Patten   83-18-91958-07-23
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, east of log cabin.

SENEY
SNWR000435Smith Field   s.n.
[no precise location]

SENEY
SNWR000436Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-24
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, subheadquarters.

SENEY
SNWR000437H.L. Patten   83-20-31958-07-23
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, near refuge manager's residence.

SENEY
SNWR000438Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-18
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, subheadquarters.

SENEY
SNWR000439R.M. Sarvis   191969-07-06
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, northwest end LGP.

SENEY
SNWR000440D. McGlauchlin   83-22-11956-06-14
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, Chicago Farm.

SENEY
SNWR000441Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-09
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, gate area, end of Robinson Road.


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