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

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Stoneville Weed Science Laboratory Herbarium

Neobeckia aquatica (Eaton) Greene
SWSL018243Charles T. Bryson   88651990-04-27
United States, Mississippi, Washington, NE of Stoneville, Delta Experimental Forest, under Mississippi Delta Region bottomland hardwood forest, 33.47849 -90.90174

Cardamine dissecta (Leavenworth) Al-Shehbaz
SWSL018162Charles T. Bryson   242492014-05-03
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Ca. 4.4 air mi. SE center of Ocoee; Lanie's Lodge at end of Lexie Lane. SE flank of Sugarloaf Mountain., 35.088017 -84.658203

Erysimum capitatum (Douglas ex Hook.) Greene
SWSL018210M. Kauffman   s.n.1997-05-26
United States, California, Mono, 1.5 miles N of Lee Vining, right turn off Hwy 395 on dirt road, 0.2 miles from Hwy 395., 37.970763 -119.126329

Cardamine diphylla (Michx.) Alph. Wood
SWSL018932Robert Kral   948122004-04-03
United States, Alabama, Franklin, AL 243, 2.4 mi N of Cty 75, S of Russellville., 34.429698 -87.691901

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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