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

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Stoneville Weed Science Laboratory Herbarium


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SWSL002434V.E. McNeilus   95-7021995-09-23
United States, Georgia, Echols, Drying, shallow pond along Rt. 94. About 2.0 miles E. of Statenville., 30.700591 -82.991642

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SWSL002435Charles T. Bryson   79891988-06-09
United States, Georgia, Lowndes, ca. 1 mi S Barretts, near end of Moody Airfield runway; W of Ga Hwy 125, 30.986853 -83.196786

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SWSL002436R. Dale Thomas   1246211991-07-13
United States, Louisiana, Saint Tammany, Slidell Airport north of I-10 and west of Slidell at end of Military Road, 30.343873 -89.822926

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SWSL002437M. Wayne Morris   32451988-07-19
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, Ca. 4.5 mi s of the Jackson-George co. line; ca. 0.25 mi. w of MS Hwy 57 on gravel road; 30.6691 -88.7501, 30.6691 -88.7501

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SWSL002438Richard Carter   34841982-08-27
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, Along Hwy MS 57, 28.7 miles SW of Lucedale, 30.578147 -88.694468

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SWSL002439I. Keiser   s.n.1943-08-04
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, Gulfport, 30.374233 -89.096249

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SWSL002440T.C. Lockley   s.n.1992-10-01
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, Gulfport, Intraplex Road, 0.5 mi W of Lorraine Road, 30.440333 -89.039523

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SWSL002441T.C. Lockley   s.n.1990-08-09
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, Gulfport, Seaway Road, 30.433881 -89.054836

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SWSL002442T.C. Lockley   s.n.1990-06-14
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, Gulfport, Broadwater Drive, 30.395996 -89.007624

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SWSL002443T.C. Lockley   s.n.1990-05-25
United States, Mississippi, Harrison, Hwy 49S at Turkey Creek, 30.413496 -89.092938


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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