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

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University of the South - Sewanee Herbarium


UOS
UOS08753Mary P. Priestley   1998-07-22
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Dry ephemeral streambed between Proctors Hall Rd. and Carpenter's Circle., 35.198659 -85.929736

UOS
Thelypteris kunthii (Desv.) C.V.Morton
UOS08754McRae   1968-03-31
United States, Florida, Duval, 30 yds W of Fla. 211, 5 miles N of US 17.

UOS
UOS08755George S. Ramseur   1964-08-04
United States, Tennessee, Grundy, 1.3 miles s. of Grundy Co. H.S, about 500 yds. from dirt road, going toward Fiery Gizzard.

UOS
UOS08756Mary P. Priestley   2001-05-24
United States, Tennessee, Coffee, AEDC, Sinking Pond Flora Project

UOS
UOS08757Rupert C. Dunton   1967-06-12
United States, North Carolina, Buncombe

UOS
UOS08758Chris A. Fleming   2001-05-22
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren, Cumberland Plateau, Located ca. 100 m N of Village on Turkey Pen Ridge Trail. Growing in the forest along the trail.

UOS
UOS08759Landon E. McKinney   1996-05-22
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, AEDC, alluvial woods with wet depressions along Rollins Creek, (Cypripedium kentuckiense site)

UOS
UOS08760Douglas E. Kennemore, Jr.   1996-07-01
United States, Tennessee, Coffee, AEDC, Crumpton Creek, In the floodplain of Crumpton Cr; 300 m SSW of Huffar Cemetery

UOS
UOS08761Erin Tyrell   2006-10-27
United States, Tennessee, Franklin, TUS Domain, Compartment 36. In the stream connecting Lake Chestnut and Lake Audubon

UOS
UOS08762Douglas E. Kennemore, Jr.   1996-07-01
United States, Tennessee, Coffee, AEDC, Crumpton Creek, approximately 300m SSW of Huffar Cemetary in floodplain of Crumpton Cr

UOS
R. Rosenman   1964-08-04
United States, Tennessee, Grundy, pipeline right of way, 1.3 mi S of Grundy Co. HS, about 500 yds from dirt road, going toward Fiery Gizzard


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.