Dataset: EMC-
Taxa: Ilex
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Michigan University Herbarium


EMC
Ilex verticillata (L.) A.Gray
Jenifer C. Stanulet   52011-07-30
United States, Michigan, Lapeer, Kresge Environmental Education Center, NE corner of Fish Lake Rd. and Vernor Rd. SW moat edge, corner of bog, 43.115746 -83.242013

EMC
Danyal Cetin   C162015-06-25
USA, Michigan, Lapeer, Kresge Environmental Education Center, NE corner of Fish Lake Rd. and Vernor Rd., 43.114028 -83.242383

EMC
Kelly MacDonald   C162015-06-25
USA, Michigan, Lapeer, Kresge Environmental Education Center, NE corner of Fish Lake Rd. and Vernor Rd. on edge of chip pile., 43.114811 -83.242133

EMC
Marguerite Bunker   502016-10-01
United States, Michigan, Lapeer, Fish Lake Center, NE corner of Fish Lake and Vernor Rds. Chip pile, E of dorms. 43.11373 -83.237641, 43.11373 -83.237641

EMC
Ilex verticillata (L.) A. Gray
Janelle Chandler   532014-06-27
United States, Michigan, Lapeer, Eastern Michigan University's campus "Floating Bog"., 43.11523 -83.24126

EMC
Ilex verticillata (L.) A. Gray
Emily Edwards   172022-07-02
United States, Michigan, Benzie, Parsons Center on lake trail, 44.719811 -85.820152

EMC
Ilex verticillata (L.) A. Gray
BM Rice   4
United States, Michigan, Lapeer, Fish Lake, eastern edge of KWB (figure 8 kettle) right at the center dip, 43.117889 -83.2377

EMC
Ilex verticillata (L.) A. Gray
Alyssa Swinehart   502016-10-01
United States, Michigan, Lapeer, Kresge Environmental education center of Eastern Michigan University. Chip pile, 43.113799 -83.237688


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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