Dataset: UOS-
Taxa: Rumex
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of the South - Sewanee Herbarium


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UOS04167S. W. Leonard   1971-06-26
United States, North Carolina, New Hanover

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UOS05022Chris A. Fleming   2001-05-22
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Cumberland Plateau, Located in Village Area. Growing in unmowed yard by bike shop.

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UOS05023Page Faulk   1959-05-20
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Rock Garden belonging to Mrs. R. Brooks

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UOS05024Harry E. Ahles   1960-05-10

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UOS05025John Olofson   1968-04-02
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Streamside, 1.6 mi. down Alto Road from Sewanee, off to E. side approx. 200 yds.

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UOS05026Yolande M. Gottfried   2005-05-04
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Lake Dimmick (Day Lake), Old field and pond on former Cheston(?) property. In mowed path through old field., 35.187996 -85.871087

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UOS05027Mary P. Priestley   1997-06-24
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Along old railroad bed, a few meters west of the Sewanee Market., 35.194042 -85.918502

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UOS05028Mary P. Priestley   2001-06-10
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Alto Road., 35.225489 -85.926084

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UOS05029Mary P. Priestley   1996-07-02
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Old railroad bed on west side of plateau, just north of utility corridor., 35.183014 -85.935397

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UOS05031Chris A. Fleming   2001-06-19
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Located in fallow field of old Wheeler farm, which is accesible from a gravel road along Highway 30, ca. 1.8 km S of 30 / 285 junction. Growing along road at south end of field.

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Mary P. Priestley   2007-07-27
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Sewanee Airport in sandy area between Airport Road and eastern portion of runway


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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