Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: Utricularia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


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45931W.J. Hess   24001968-09-22
United States, New Mexico, Catron, The Mogollon Mts. in the Gila National Forest. Adam Hoague Lake, 17 mi, N of Mogollon, 2591m

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Utricularia clandestina Nutt. ex A.Gray
24918K.K. MacKenzie   15541905-07-30
United States, New Jersey, Middlesex, S of Amboy

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Utricularia clandestina Nutt. ex A.Gray
24917M.W. Iwaddell   sn1880-07-22
United States, New Jersey, Atlantic, Mays Landing

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24919W.H. Witte   sn1932-09-19
United States, New Jersey, Burlington, 3 mi. N of Speedwell

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24916O.W. Knight   sn1905-07-16
United States, Maine, Penobscot, Bangor

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24920W.H. Witte   
United States, New Jersey, Camden, detailed locality information protected

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24921C.C. Deam   40161908-03-09
United States, Florida, Hillsborough, near St. Petersburg

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24923K.K. MacKenzie   23571906-09-06
United States, New Jersey, Ocean, Lakehurst

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24922W.H. Witte   sn1928-08-05
United States, New Jersey, Ocean, Grove. Lake S of Warren

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24930G.E. Osterhout   35551907-08-08
United States, Colorado, Grand, Sulphur Springs

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24929A. Chase   651897-06-09
United States, Illinois, Cook, Thornton

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24928S.F. Tower   sn1890-06-00
United States, Massachusetts, Suffolk, Hyde Park

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24927E. Wilkinson   sn1905-08-00
United States, Ohio, Erie/Sandusky, Cedar Point

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24926J. Lunell   sn1906-06-22
United States, North Dakota, Benson, Leeds

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24925S.F. Tower   sn1890-07-16
United States, Massachusetts, Worcester, Sturbridge

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24924E. Nelson   7891902-07-11
United States, Wyoming, Albany, Riverside

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24438P.C. Standley   sn1904-10-00
United States, Missouri, Greene

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79239R.W. Spellenberg and W. Anderson   140092009-09-05
Mexico, Chihuahua, Guachochi, Sierra Madre Hiking Lodge at Cusarare, ca. 20 km S of Creel, 27.60989 -107.55617, 2195m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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