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

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Seney National Wildlife Refuge


SENEY
SNWR000319J. Spieles   s.n.1999-07-12
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, C-3 Pool, Walsh Ditch.

SENEY
SNWR000320D. McGlauchlin   54-3-171957-06-05
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, G dike.

SENEY
SNWR000321Andrew J. Sabai   001172007-08-20
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, south of C-3 Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000322W.L. French   54-5-401959-09-01
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, I-1 dike.

SENEY
SNWR000323Richard McNeill   s.n.1997-07-24
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, north end Pine Creek Road.

SENEY
Polygonum amphibium var. coccineum (Muhl. ex Willd.) Farw.
SNWR000324Richard McNeill   s.n.2001-08-28
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, 1/2 mile from entrance, Marshland Drive.

SENEY
SNWR000325John L. Sypulski   54-5-181941-09-04
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney Refuge, show pool.

SENEY
SNWR000326Laskowski   855
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Seney, north-northeast of F-1 Pool.

SENEY
SNWR000327Elizabeth B. Beard   s.n.1947-07-14
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Unit I-F Pool.

SENEY
Polygonum coccineum Muhl. ex Willd.
SNWR000328[unspecified]   s.n.
[no precise location]

SENEY
SNWR000329J. Spieles   s.n.1999-08-03
United States, Michigan, Schoolcraft, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, C-3 Pool, Walsh Ditch.

SENEY
SNWR000330[unspecified]   s.n.
[no precise location]

SENEY
SNWR000331G. Phinney   s.n.2010-11-08
[no precise location]


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