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Dataset: SWSL-
Taxa: Araliaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Stoneville Weed Science Laboratory Herbarium


SWSL
SWSL018140Charles T. Bryson   256452018-10-19
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Decatur, Columbia Drive from Columbia Theological Seminary campus, N of married student housing, around soccer field., 33.7632 -84.283848

SWSL
SWSL018171Charles T. Bryson   254982017-10-19
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Decatur, Columbia Theological Seminary campus, N of married students' dorm and in and around Global Growers International/international student gardens., 33.7632 -84.283848

SWSL
SWSL018665Richard Carter   77501988-10-29
United States, Florida, Hamilton, 5.93 air mi WSW (251.95deg) of Hamilton County Courthouse in Jasper; vic. Interstate I-75 crossing of Alapaha River, along SW side of I-75, along SE side of river., 30.49273 -83.04051

SWSL
SWSL006698Charles T. Bryson   161831997-09-04
United States, Mississippi, Yazoo, Yazoo City; 800 block of Grand Avenue, in lawn and flower beds around hospital, 32.858557 -90.403662

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SWSL006699R. B. Swain   1943-07-24
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, Long Beach, 30.350475 -89.152818

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SWSL006700T. C. Lockley   1990-04-10
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, T7S, R11W, Sec. 33, 30.392185 -89.094756

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SWSL006701M. Wayne Morris   32151988-07-18
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, Near Gulf Coast Research Laboratory. T 7S, R 8W, S 32, 30.391668 -88.807973

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SWSL006702Charles T. Bryson   100731990-06-05
United States, Mississippi, Leflore, Ca. 4.5 mi. ENE from US Hwy 49E at Sidon, T18N, R2E, SE/4 Sec.32. Elev. ca. 130 ft. Odom Estate, 33.408178 -90.203973

SWSL
SWSL006703Charles T. Bryson   214152006-05-03
United States, Mississippi, Tunica, Ca. 5.5 mi. S of Tunica; T5S, R11W Sect. 33, 34.6048 -90.366464

SWSL
SWSL006704Charles T. Bryson   48381986-08-19
United States, Mississippi, Washington, Yazoo National Wildlife Waterfowl Refuge, T 14, R8W, Sec.28, 33.046596 -90.991512

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SWSL006705Charles R. Gunn   106911975-05-02
United States, Mississippi, Washington, R7W T18N sec 16, along ditch between Deer Creek Town & Racquet Club clubhouse and golf course., 33.4085 -90.919091

SWSL
SWSL006706Charles R. Gunn   106911975-05-02
United States, Mississippi, Washington, R7W T18N sec 16, along ditch btwn Deer Creek Town & Racquet Club clubhouse and golf course., 33.410721 -90.91068

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SWSL006707Charles R. Gunn   120771976-09-23
United States, Mississippi, Washington, R7W T15N sec 9, Leroy Percy State Park near cabins., 33.163328 -90.923953

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SWSL006708John R. MacDonald   62591993-06-13
United States, Alabama, Houston, vic. of Gordon; Around bridge where Hwy. 95 crosses Cedar Creek; T3N, R29E, S34. Locally common on moist soil by bridge., 31.189447 -85.120176

SWSL
SWSL006709John R. MacDonald   83671995-04-08
United States, Mississippi, Forrest, Hattiesburg, Housing area 1-2 mi. SE of USM Campus, Residence of Dr. Sam Rosso of USM., 31.315706 -89.315212

SWSL
SWSL009188J. R. MacDonald   72021994-05-19
United States, Mississippi, Monroe, Aberdeen, woods near jct of Mobile and Cole Streets, T14S R7E Sec 33 SE4 SE4, 33.818584 -88.570076

SWSL
SWSL006710Alfred Traverse   5451958-00-00
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, US 90, ca 3.6 mi. E of Ocean Springs, 4.3 mi. W of junction w. state hwy 57, 30.411296 -88.767208

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SWSL006711Unknown   1900-00-00
United States, Mississippi, Washington

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SWSL006712Gene D. Wills   1960-07-19
United States, Alabama, Lee, Auburn, 32.609857 -85.480782

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SWSL006713Florence M. Givens   28221982-09-16
United States, Louisiana, Cameron, Lacassine Wildlife Refuge; From air boat in impoundment at Lacassine National Wildlife Regufe.; Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge, 29.971874 -92.888985

SWSL
SWSL006714Linda Baker   1998-06-24
United States, Mississippi, Washington, Weed in flower beds mulched with pine bark. Delta Region., 33.169011 -90.853989

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SWSL007005John R. MacDonald   91631995-09-20
United States, Mississippi, Grenada, 0.2 miles south of Grant Road & 0.1 miles or less from western border of Camp McCain; T22N, R5E, the SE/4 of the NE/4., 33.702389 -89.686427

SWSL
SWSL007004Charles T. Bryson   154961996-07-24
United States, Mississippi, Grenada, 0.2 miles south Grant Road and 0.03 miles east of western boundary of Camp McCain, &22N R5E Sect. 35 NW?4 of SE/4 of NE/4., 33.702389 -89.686427

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SWSL007006Charles T. Bryson   104101990-09-14
United States, Mississippi, Tallahatchie, 7.2 mi. N jct. MS Hwys. 32&35; N of Charleston; E of MS Hwy. 32, 34.09722222 -90.07944444

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SWSL007007Charles T. Bryson   66821987-07-26
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Northeast of Parksville Lake Campground, north of TN Hwy 30, 35.0833 -84.6333

SWSL
SWSL007008G. C. Tucker   92611993-08-19
United States, New York, Orange, Harriman State Park. Queensboro Maintenance Area., 41.289856 -74.102018

SWSL
SWSL007009Charles T. Bryson   60651987-06-13
United States, Mississippi, Lafayette, Camp Hopewell Presbyterian Camp, Ca. 5 miles northeast of Oxford by MS Hwy 30., 34.393161 -89.412578

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SWSL007010Charles R. Gunn   120861976-00-00
United States, Mississippi, Washington, Rare but forming dense colonies on both sides of road atop creek bank. Collected in section 16, 1/2 mi E of SPASURSTA at crossing of Silver Lake., 33.144864495954906 -91.02692025634909

SWSL
Fatsia japonica (Thunb.) Decne. & Planchon
SWSL007011John R. MacDonald   57711992-11-29
United States, Alabama, Houston, Dothan; Lakewood Estates, 31.182954 -85.4241

SWSL
Fatsia japonica (Thunb.) Decne. & Planchon
SWSL007012John R. MacDonald   57711992-11-29
United States, Alabama, Houston, Dothan; Lakewood Estates, 31.182954 -85.4241

SWSL
Fatsia japonica (Thunb.) Decne. & Planchon
SWSL007013R. Dale Thomas   991471987-03-15
United States, Louisiana, Ouachita, Monroe. Northeast Louisiana University campus; Sec. 40, T18N, R4E., 32.546652 -92.073296

SWSL
SWSL007014Charles R. Gunn   110851975-08-05
United States, Mississippi, Washington, Planted? But growing without cultivation. Collection in section 10, at edge of Delta Center on the road to Elizabeth, climbing tree., 33.42445 -90.89865

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SWSL007015Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Alabama, Pickens, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007016Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Carroll, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007017Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Carroll, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007018Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Choctaw, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007019Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Oktibbeha, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007020Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Oktibbeha, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007021Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Oktibbeha, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007022Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Oktibbeha, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007024Charles T. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Warren, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007025Charles t. Bryson   
United States, Mississippi, Winston, detailed locality information protected

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SWSL007026Charles T. Bryson   147741995-04-19
United States, Tennessee, Roane, Ca. 2.5 miles NW Harriman along Clifty Creek gorge above Emory River., 35.951437 -84.581408

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SWSL017782Richard Carter   179442007-08-07
United States, Georgia, Dougherty, Nilo Plantation, 2.14 airmiles N headquarters, Spring Lake., 31.48797 -84.2724

SWSL
SWSL017781Richard Carter   179442007-08-07
United States, Georgia, Dougherty, Nilo Plantation, 2.14 airmiles N headquarters, Spring Lake., 31.48797 -84.2724


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