Dataset: UTM-
Taxa: Juncaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Tennessee Martin Herbarium


UTM
UTM00286R. Kral   535821994-06-22
United States, Tennessee, Cumberland, Abandoned coal stripmine, seeps, in oak-pine type. Ca, 0.5 mi. N. of Creston

UTM
UTM00287   
United States, Tennessee, Cumberland

UTM
UTM00288   
United States, Tennessee, Cumberland

UTM
UTM00289   
United States, Florida, Gulf

UTM
UTM00290   
United States, Florida, Gulf

UTM
Luzula bulbosa (Alph. Wood) Smyth & Smyth
UTM00291   
United States, Tennessee, Carroll

UTM
UTM02491   
United States, Florida, Gulf


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