Dataset: MMNS
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Utah; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Herbarium


MMNS
Linaria dalmatica (L.) P. Mill.
MMNS036064P. J. Leary   58551999-08-12
United States, Utah, Davis, Farmington Canyon, east of Farmington; base of Wasatch Mountains; near Halfway Creek enters Farmington Creek; UTM Z12 428396E 4539183N, 40.998205 -111.881485, 1450m

MMNS
Carex stipata Muhl. ex Willd.
MMNS040682V.E. McNeilus   89-6131989-07-13
United States, Utah, Utah, Along Rt. 6 at Soldier's Summitt., 39.930498 -111.083431

MMNS
MMNS040683V.E. McNeilus   89-7001989-07-13
United States, Utah, Utah, Along Rt 6 at Soldier's Summit., 39.930498 -111.083431

MMNS
MMNS040684V.E. McNeilus   89-7001989-07-13
United States, Utah, Utah, Along Rt 6 at Soldier's Summit., 39.930498 -111.083431

MMNS
MMNS036160P. J. Leary   58531999-08-12
United States, Utah, Davis, Farmington Canyon, east of Farmington; base of Wasatch Mountains; near Halfway Creek enters Farmington Creek, 41.000692 -111.851523, 1450m

MMNS
MMNS042120Robert F.C. Naczi   34181993-08-12
United States, Utah, Salt Lake, Slope above Alta in Little Cottonwood Canyon. 16 miles SE of Salt Lake City., 40.588839 -111.637979, 2499m

MMNS
MMNS042129Robert F.C. Naczi   106692004-08-04
United States, Utah, Salt Lake, Ca. 1.5 mi SSE of Alta, Albion Basin, W of parking lot for Albion Basin Campground and downslope from it., 40.579444 -111.614444, 2860m

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Eleocharis palustris (L.) Roemer & Schultes
MMNS067885W.E. Niles   42851995-06-02
United States, Utah, Washington, bottom of Beaver Dam Wash, vicinity of the powerline crossing, 37.092854 -114.023865, 777m

MMNS
Iliamna rivularis (Douglas ex Hook.) Greene
MMNS008980A.W. Collotzi   5111965-08-10
United States, Utah, Sanpete, 5 mi up Manti Canyon, 39.25 -111.5

MMNS
MMNS008999M. Wayne Morris   10441968-07-26
United States, Utah, Summit, 200 yds. W of Lilly Lake; elev. 10,000 ft., 40.675827 -110.946962


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