Dataset: BRIT-BRIT
Taxa: nemastylis => Nemastylis, Nemastylis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT217607John Carnahan   402000-04-01
United States, Texas, Bell, CR 2484, 4.2 mil W. of I-35, near Salado., 30.990991 -97.595268

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BRIT10485L. H. Shinners   141261953-04-10
United States, Texas, Montague, 5 miles south of Nocona., 33.713585 -97.727156

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BRIT24795W. L. McCart   8011938-03-30
United States, Texas, Denton, Near Old Alton., 33.129385 -97.104299

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BRIT24891Karolyn Darrow   321981-04-26
United States, Texas, Denton, Carrollton; Old Hebron Rd. off old Denton RD., 33.020785 -96.915754

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BRIT3623R. J. O'Kennon   179862003-04-18
United States, Texas, Wise

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BRIT55940Rebecca K. Swadek   5692011-04-02
United States, Texas, Wise, LBJ Unit 71. East of Hwy 287. West of FM730 and Old Decatur Road and south of FS 921. Research site: Unit 71, 33.303 -97.6111

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Rebecca K. Swadek   1372010-04-10
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Fort Worth. Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge. Walnut Ridge/Hillslope northeast of the Hardwicke Interpretive Center on Caprock/Limestone Ridge Trail. Research site: Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, 32.847 -97.4767

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Rebecca K. Swadek   5502011-04-01
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge. 325 Meters NE of intersection of Broadview and Buffalo Rd. SE side of road. Research site: Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, 32.8312 -97.4764

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Rebecca K. Swadek   5582011-04-02
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge Visitor Center. Fort Worth. Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge. Walnut Ridge/Hillslope northeast of the Hardwicke Interpretive Center on Caprock/Limestone Ridge Trail. Research site: Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, 32.8478 -97.4757

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BRIT476591C. Allan Jones   632018-04-07
United States, Texas, Hamilton, Jones-Bagley Ranch., 31.7055 -97.8656

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BRIT476690C. Allan Jones   792018-04-13
United States, Texas, Hamilton, Jones-Bagley Ranch., 31.704397 -97.867897

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BRIT276797K. Norton   14562012-03-27
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Tandy Hills Park, View and Tandy Ave, Fort Worth., 32.74833 -97.27569, 185m

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BRIT276795K. Norton   14542012-03-24
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Stella Rowan Prairie. Just N of Tarrant Co. Resource Connection off I-20 at Campus Dr. Limestone Prairie, 32.68103 -97.30422, 210m

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BRIT277389K. Norton   14822012-03-28
United States, Texas, Bosque, Co Rd 2650 ca 0.7 mi SE of Co Rd 2660, ca 3.5 air miles NW of Walnut Springs., 32.087772 -97.795782, 297m

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BRIT406158Raymon C. Bason   101950-03-22
United States, Texas, Brazos, 4 mi. SE of College Station. . Damp clay soil on railroad embankment., 91m

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BRIT406151H. E. Beaty   80-191980-04-11
United States, Texas, Bell, 3 mi. w. Belton.

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BRIT406163Ann E. Boysen   1121981-04-11
United States, Texas, Comal, Five miles N. Gruene, TX. at Preiffer ranch

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Nemastylis coelestina (Bartram) Nutt.
BRIT406168Geo. L. Fisher   292-21930-04-19
United States, Texas, Travis, Austin., 30.281724 -97.739362

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BRIT406348Elinor Lehto   L256891993-06-06
United States, Texas, Van Zandt, Farm Rd. 2339 1.1 mi from jct. 314 & 64., 32.374921 -95.620229

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BRIT406146Lloyd H. Shinners   129731951-04-08
United States, Texas, Anderson, 2.3 miles northwest of Palestine. Sandstone hilltop. Perianth blue with white eye; anthers orange.

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BRIT406148V. L. Cory   550771949-03-29
United States, Texas, Austin, 5 2/3 miles south of Sealey; a colony on roadside. Bulb-like rootstock 2.5-3 cm. diameter; usually about 1.5 dm. deep in the soil; stems terete, up to 3 dm. high.

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BRIT406154Simon E. Wolff   21261930-05-19
United States, Texas, Bell, On Santa Fe right of way near Temple pike.

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BRIT406147Geo. L. Fisher   [s.n.]2023-04-15
United States, Texas, Austin, Herb. Common Name Lesser Blue Flag. Reference No. Gray 301-2-1. Locality Sealy, 46m

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BRIT406152Simon E. Wolff   13701930-03-26
United States, Texas, Bell, Near Prairie Dell.

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BRIT406159John R. Wood   111950-03-22
United States, Texas, Brazos, 1 1/2 mi. S. of College Station. . Moist soil along railroad embankment., 91m

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BRIT406161Eula Whitehouse   150551946-04-01
United States, Texas, Clay, Corolla blue, nearly white at base. about 8 miles southeast of Henrietta on Highway 287.

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Nemastylis coelestina (Bartram) Nutt.
BRIT406164John J. Sperry   [s.n.]1968-07-03
United States, Texas, Leon, Common Name: Celestial Habitat: Sandy soil in woodland. Part shade. Occurring with day-flower, spiderwort and pencil-flower. Trees mostly post oak with yaupon understory. Locality: Sandy hill near Normangee Lake. About 3 miles northwest of Normangee.

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BRIT406315Geo. L. Fisher   B 155471933-05-30
United States, Texas, Polk, Corrigan, Texas., 76m

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BRIT406150Simon E. Wolff   29201931-05-13
United States, Texas, Bell, 3 miles south of Holland.

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BRIT406155S. E. Wolff   50351934-05-01
United States, Texas, Bell, Near Seaton.

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BRIT406149Toney M. Keeney   27291983-04-15
United States, Texas, Bandera, 7 miles east of Medina on the roadside on Hi. 16. Herbarium of Southern Texas Junior College.

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Nemastylis coelestina (Bartram) Nutt.
BRIT406165John J. Sperry   [s.n.]1968-07-03
United States, Texas, Leon, Celestial Part shade in deep sand, post oak - yaupon woodland near Lake Normangee. Scattered. Normangee

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BRIT406162V. L. Cory   533971947-04-22
United States, Texas, Coleman, Stem up to 2 dm. tall; leaves up to 5 dm. long. 1 mile west of Valera; frequent in stony ground at base of hill.

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Nemastylis coelestina (Bartram) Nutt.
BRIT406167John J. Sperry   [s.n.]1968-07-03
United States, Texas, Leon, Sandy soil in woodland. Part shade. Occurring with day-flower, spiderwort and pencil-flower. Frees mostly post oak with yaupon understory. Locality: Sandy hill near Normangee Lake About 3 miles northwest of Normangee.

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BRIT406153H. E. Beaty   80-181980-04-11
United States, Texas, Bell, 3 mi. w. Belton.

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BRIT406157Wm. L. Zabcik   91950-03-22
United States, Texas, Brazos, 4 mi, SE of College Station. . Along railroad embankment. Burned over right of way, in open. Heavy clay., 91m

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BRIT406156R. C. MacEwan   s.n.1969-04-14
United States, Texas, Bexar, North part of Bexar Co, Blanco Rd. (FM 2696) 4.6 miles N. Bitters Rd., 29.638302 -98.519686

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Nemastylis coelestina (Bartram) Nutt.
BRIT406166John J. Sperry   [s.n.]1968-07-03
United States, Texas, Leon, Part shade in deep sand, post oak - yaupon woodland near Lake Normangee. Scattered.

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BRIT406160Norlan C. Henderson   62-2171962-04-20
United States, Texas, Callahan, roadside, along Tex. #36, about 16 miles south of Abilene

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BRIT407173Wm. L. McCart   8561938-04-01
United States, Texas, Young, 1 mi sw. of Olney

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BRIT407193Wm. L. McCart   16211939-04-21
United States, Texas, Montague, 2 mi. South West of Sunset.

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BRIT407202V. L. Cory   543321948-04-12
United States, Texas, Jack, Bulb-like rootstocks ovoid, up to 3 cm. broad; stem about 1 dm. high, and the leaves up to twice as long. 10½ miles WNW of Jacksboro; frequent on grassy roadside.

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BRIT406137D. S. Correll   162541957-05-08
United States, Texas, Dallas, Stults Prairie, southwest corner of Coit Road and Belt Line Road.

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BRIT407192R. J. Fleetwood   12,3571976-07-25
United States, Texas, Morris, Daingerfield State Park. In picnic grounds.

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BRIT407191Jeff Quayle   05412004-04-07
United States, Texas, Parker, Mineral Wells, Texas Air National Guard Training Base, Fort Wolters, TA 4, west side., 32.882828 -98.021242, 304m

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BRIT406136S. L. Narayana   611983-04-16
United States, Texas, Dallas, Lawrence Field.

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BRIT407184E. Horn   461979-04-23
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Benbrook Lake, roadside Tiger Trail ca. 1 mile from Hwy. 377., 32.632142 -97.500672

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BRIT406144Roger W. Sanders   31831995-04-21
United States, Texas, Hunt, 33 19'N 96 15'W Clymer Meadow Preserve, ca. 15 air mi. NW of Greenville; along county road ca 1/2 mi (1 km) N of FM 1562 at 3 mi (5 km) W of Celeste. Undulating native prairie. Main tract, W-facing slopes N & W of Chastain House, 33.316667 -96.25

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BRIT407196J. Singhurst   11331993-06-19
United States, Texas, Limestone, Fort Parker State Park; Hwy 14 & Pk. Rd 28, 31.596703 -96.542747

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BRIT406135Nancy Rothacker   901983-04-16
United States, Texas, Dallas, Hwy. 352 1/2 mile I-20

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BRIT407186Albert Ruth   2711924-04-10
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Along RR.

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BRIT406142Lloyd H. Shinners   110551949-05-01
United States, Texas, Hood, 7½ miles northeast of Granbury.

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BRIT407180Barbara C. Reuter   4091986-04-16
United States, Texas, Tarrant, On edge of Broadvies Drive, Ft. Worth Nature Center and Refuge., 32.75 -97.516667

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BRIT407175D. S. Correll   210371959-04-22
United States, Texas, Wharton, in prairie 3 miles south of East Bernard. Flowers light blue.

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BRIT407179John Steele   s.n.1999-04-00
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Benbrook Lake., 32.627019 -97.468718

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BRIT406141Eula Whitehouse   209041949-03-21
United States, Texas, Fayette, 5 miles south of Warda, east of Highway 77.

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BRIT407189Brian Barnette   2651977-04-24
United States, Texas, San Saba, Collected from shaded grassy roadside along Rough Creek Rd. about 1.5 mi. NW of Chappel. Several specimens observed at side of road; more common across fence in pasture. In sand.

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BRIT406143Roger W. Sanders   46292001-04-10
United States, Texas, Hopkins, Cooper Lake State Park, South Sulphur Unit; ca. 10 air miles NNE of Sulphur Springs, 4 road miles W of New Brighton (3 mi. W of FM 71, 1 mi. N on FM 3505); escarpment and uplands on south side of Sulphur River valley. West end of park, along equestrian trail IB, E of Finley Creek. [33°17'N, 95°420'W] W-facing slopes, mesic woodland dominated by post oak and nutmeg hickory, canopy closed, ca. 25 m high. Infreq. Fl. blue

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BRIT407201Jeff Quayle   9632006-04-04
United States, Texas, Johnson, Egan, Judith Sear property, east side of property near east fence south of power line., 32.4328 -97.28455

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BRIT407177V. L. Cory   543261948-04-12
United States, Texas, Throckmorton, Nemastylis acuta (Bart.) Herb. Bulk-like rootstock ovoid, up to 3.5 cm. broad; corolla light blue. 10 3/4 miles west of Throckmorton; frequent on gentle hill slope on roadside.

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BRIT407188V. L. Cory   555861949-04-09
United States, Texas, Smith, 1 mile north by east of Troup; frequent in open woods along creek branch, north side of old Experiment Station. Stems up to 3 dm. high; leaves overtopping inflorescence; flowers now closed (late in afternoon).

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BRIT407185Wm. L. McCart   s.n.1937-04-07
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Near Botanic Garden., 32.73585 -97.364157

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BRIT407199Lloyd H. Shinners   108701949-04-10
United States, Texas, Kaufman, 2½ miles southeast of Kemp.

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Nemastylis tenuis var. pringlei (S. Wats.) R.C. Foster
BRIT407204L. C. Hinckley   6051936-07-28
United States, Texas, Jeff Davis, Davis Mountains Observed in only the one spot; large purple or blue flower. Branch of Limpia Canyon that heads opposite to Merrill Canyon about 1 mi. E. Mt. Livermore.

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BRIT406138V. L. Cory   555961949-04-11
United States, Texas, Dallas, 0.6 mile east and 1¼ miles north of northeast corner of Southern Methodist University campus.

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BRIT407190Patricia Burleson   8511978-04-08
United States, Texas, San Saba, 1 mi. S Colorado River on FM 45; red clay and sandstone hillside

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BRIT407203Eula Whitehouse   153031946-04-14
United States, Texas, Jack, Corolla blue, paler at base. 2 miles west of Jacksboro on Highway 24; sandy loam.

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BRIT407197Lloyd H. Shinners   139181953-04-04
United States, Texas, Lamar, 6 miles southeast of Paris. Black clay, prairie. Tepals blue, anthers orange (4 P.M.).

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BRIT407198M. Ashworth   81939-04-17
United States, Texas, Kaufman, 4 mi. nw. of Kauffman.

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BRIT406145Lloyd H. Shinners   122911950-04-23
United States, Texas, Hunt, 14.7 miles northwest of Greenville.

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BRIT407187Albert Ruth   2711929-04-10
United States, Texas, Tarrant, [No additional locality data on sheet]

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BRIT406139V. L. Cory   515031946-03-31
United States, Texas, Dallas, 1/2 mile east of Truman.

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BRIT407181V. L. Cory   543351948-04-12
United States, Texas, Tarrant, 5 3/4 miles southeast of Azle., 32.836106 -97.475247

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BRIT407195Mildred Mauldin   s.n.1970-04-15
United States, Texas, McLennan, Fencerow, vicinity of China Spring.

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BRIT407178Joe Cornelius   7051981-04-04
United States, Texas, Throckmorton, Sandy limestone loam of mesquite grassland approximately 21 km N and 8 km E of Throckmorton. Guy London Ranch. Locally abundant.

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BRIT407200V. L. Cory   540761948-03-27
United States, Texas, Karnes, Scape about 1.6 dm. high; bulb-like rootstock up to 2 cm. thick, as much as 1.5 dm. deep in ground. Karnes Co.: 7 3/4 miles north of Karnes City; Frequent on gentle grassy slope in road-side pasture.

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BRIT407176V. L. Cory   542841948-04-10
United States, Texas, Travis, 2 miles west of Austin, 30.281261 -97.831404

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BRIT407183Deborah L. Lively   961983-04-06
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Veterans' Park horseback trail; W. Arkansas Road. Arlington., 32.702031 -97.164379

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BRIT407174Lloyd H. Shinners   194371955-04-04
United States, Texas, Wharton, 2.6 miles south of East Bernard. Native prairie, sandy clay.

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BRIT407194Jeff Quayle   14982010-04-15
United States, Texas, Montague, Bowie, South side of Lake Amon Carter, 33.458983 -97.87855

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BRIT406140V. L. Cory   541881948-04-04
United States, Texas, Dallas, Dallas; southern end of Tenison Park.

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BRIT486737Aubie J. Baucum   101977-04-08
United States, Texas, Collin, Coit Meadow on Renner Road. [Collected 1977-1978 at Coit Meadow, at that time an intact unplowed Blackland Prairie remnant (since altered), with Houston black clay and Austin silty clay, slopes less than 5%, along Canyon Creek drainage. Near lat. 32.9981° N, long. 96.7414° W], 32.9981 -96.7414, 207m

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BRIT422560Lloyd H. Shinners   84901946-04-03
United States, Texas, Dallas, Prairie off Coit Rd. South of Northwest Highway, North side of Dallas.

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BRIT591613J. L. Bradley   s.n.1973-04-20
United States, Oklahoma, Bryan, Along the road down by Chuckwa creek.

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BRIT591614Kerry Russell   161982-04-16
United States, Oklahoma, Choctaw, 1/2 mile north at junction of US Hwy 70 and US Hwy 271, west of Hugo.

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BRIT591615Robert Stratton   29011932-04-22
United States, Oklahoma, Comanche, 4 mi. East of Lawton.

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BRIT591616Barney L. Lipscomb   7071975-04-23
United States, Oklahoma, Cotton, Four miles north and two miles east of Temple, Okla.

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BRIT591617J. Massey   23931969-04-27
United States, Oklahoma, Johnston, E. of Lone Cedar Cemetary (1 mile South and 2.5 miles E. of Baum.)

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BRIT591618G. W. Stevens   811913-04-18
United States, Oklahoma, Love, Near Marietta.

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BRIT591619George J. Goodman   58191954-04-19
United States, Oklahoma, Marshall, 8 mi. south of Madill.

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BRIT591620Harold E. Ray   3231969-05-04
United States, Oklahoma, McIntosh, ½ mile west on highway 9 from Indian Nation Turnpike. Abundant in low area directly across from turnpike sign.

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BRIT591621Richard N. Hageman   1121939-04-28
United States, Oklahoma, Muskogee, 3 mi. southeast of Braggs.

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BRIT591622John Taylor   332671985-06-12
United States, Oklahoma, Osage, Along State Hy. 11 about 6 miles S.E. of Pawhuska, Okla.

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BRIT591623E. E. Bogue   s.n.1899-05-19
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, Stillwater. [No additional locality data on sheet]

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BRIT591624Chester R. Webb   191950-04-12
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, Four miles east, six miles north - Stillwater.

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BRIT591625Jean R. Epperly   391951-05-04
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, 6 Mi. N, 3 Mi. E. Stillwater.

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BRIT591626Don Banks   281953-04-20
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, Roadside, on Perkins Road. 1½ miles south of Stillwater.

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BRIT591627G. Thomas Robbins   29371948-04-18
United States, Oklahoma, Pittsburg, 5 miles north of McAlester city limits, along U.S. Highway 69.

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BRIT591628Harold E. Ray   3241969-05-04
United States, Oklahoma, Seminole, 1.3 miles east of Jct. 9 & 56 in bar ditch on south side of road.

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Nemastylis nuttallii Pickering ex R.C. Foster
BRIT591629Charles S. Wallis   43211957-06-22
United States, Oklahoma, Sequoyah, At Pine Cove on Tenkiller; 7½ mi. N.E. of Gore on State 100.


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