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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
82556K. Whiteman   29491998-09-20
United States, New Mexico, Grant, In shallow water of Mimbres River, Nature onservancy property. Mimbres River Preserve., 1829m

NMC
35935C.B. Carter   sn1936-04-20
United States, New Mexico, Bernalillo, Albuquerque

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53188D.S. Correll and H.B. Correll   330651966-06-17
United States, New Mexico, Grant, in marsh at upper end of Lake Roberts, Gila National Forest

NMC
19732J. Lunell   sn1906-08-11
United States, North Dakota, Benson, Leeds

NMC
Myriophyllum pinnatum (Walt.) B.S.P.
64107R. Corral-Díaz   RCD 39101990-09-22
Mexico, Chihuahua, Ocampo, Parque Nacional de la Cascada de Basaseachic, en tinajas del arroyo Basaseachic, en la parte alta de la cascada, 1950m

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Myriophyllum pinnatum (Walt.) B.S.P.
19728W.S. Moffatt   sn1897-08-21
United States, Wisconsin, Walworth, Lake Geneva

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Myriophyllum pinnatum (Walt.) B.S.P.
19730K.K. MacKenzie   2911898-07-24
United States, Missouri, Jackson, Fish Lake near Sibley

NMC
19729K.K. MacKenzie   8741904-08-21
United States, New Jersey, Morris, Mt. Arlington

NMC
19733O.W. Knight   sn1905-08-12
United States, Maine, Aroostook, Ft. Kent

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19734O.W. Knight   sn1905-08-12
United States, Maine, Aroostook, St. John River, Ft. Kent

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19736C.H. Bissell   91-8471895-07-19
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Southington

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19726O.W. Knight   sn1905-08-12
United States, Maine, Aroostook, in St. John River, Fort Kent

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19735W.H. Witte   
United States, New Jersey, Camden, detailed locality information protected


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Google Map

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