Dataset: BRIT-BRIT
Taxa: Zannichellia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT397555Richard W. Pohl   47361945-03-27
United States, Texas, Mitchell, in shallow water Lake Hollywood S.E. 1/4 sec. 25, S.P.R.R. Block 16

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BRIT397545Chester M. Rowell, Jr.   155631973-00-20
United States, Texas, Upton, 6.8 miles east of Rankin.

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BRIT397547W. R. Carr   42321982-08-22
United States, Texas, Travis, N shoreline of Lake Austin (Colorado River) at Selma Hughes Park, E of Quinlan Park Rd. Bee Cave Quadrangle., 30.33767 -97.903589

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BRIT397554Eula Whitehouse   251661951-05-12
United States, Texas, Pecos, Baker Ranch, 28 miles east of Fort Stockton; along runway from upper spring. In running water.

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BRIT397551Sha Ragsdale   1781982-04-18
United States, Texas, San Saba, Found along Rough Creek in flowing water, ca. 3 mi. N of Bend.

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BRIT397546L. A. Ripperton II   145311944-07-05
United States, Texas, Travis, Bull Creek above Lake Austin., 30.389222 -97.77141

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BRIT397529Eula Whitehouse   185371947-05-06
United States, Texas, Kerr, 9.7 miles west of Ingram, North Guadalupe River.

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BRIT397552D. S. Correll   308521965-04-10
United States, Texas, Presidio, Shafter, along Cibolo Creek. Forming mats under water.

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BRIT397524Steven & Sandra Pence   1651984-04-13
United States, Texas, Edwards, State Hwy. 55 - 15 mi. S. of Rocksprings, TX

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BRIT397523Floyd R. Waller, Jr.   12621966-09-25
United States, Texas, Deaf Smith, Frequent in shallows of playa lake, 5 miles SW of Hereford.

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BRIT397526W. R. Carr   172761998-03-18
United States, Texas, Hays, locally common, rooted in sand and gravel in bed of tributary of Wanslow Creek, 50-100 ft. E of Co. Rd. 113 bridge (which is 1/2 mi S of R. M. 2325), ca. 2.9 airmiles ESE of jct. R. M. 2325 and St. Rt. 165. Red Corral Ranch. Payton Quadrangle. ., 366m

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BRIT397549Joe Cornelius   19951982-10-24
United States, Texas, Throckmorton, Riparia of Elm Creek approximately 2.5 km N and 4 km E of Throckmorton. Lindsey Ranch.

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BRIT397527D. S. Correll   135611946-07-30
United States, Texas, Jeff Davis, Attached to stream bottoms, along a small stream near Fort Davis.

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BRIT397530Jimmy R. Massey   6131964-06-05
United States, Texas, McLennan, Cole Farm Pond, 2 mi. W. of China Springs.

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BRIT397528W. R. Carr   197052001-05-02
United States, Texas, Kerr, Apparently common, mixed with a narrow-leaved Potamogeton sp. in quiet water ca. 6" - 2' deep, in stock tank impoundment on North Fork Creek ca. 2.2 airmiles N of I-10 bridge over North Fork Creek, at GPS point N30°04.506', W098°59.443'), on Roberts Ranch YMCA Camp. Cypress Creek Quadrangle., 503m

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BRIT397553Eula Whitehouse   251661951-05-12
United States, Texas, Pecos, Baker Ranch, 28 miles east of Fort Stockton; along runway from upper spring. In running water.

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BRIT397525Jack W. Stanford   36021970-05-01
United States, Texas, Hamilton, Pecan Creek, 4 miles east of Hamilton

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BRIT397550Wm. F. Mahler   32301963-04-11
United States, Texas, Taylor, Ca. 7 mi. S of Merkel near Hwy 126., 32.379658 -100.067784

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BRIT397544Chester M. Rowell, Jr.   82881962-05-06
United States, Texas, Winkler, Permanent dune pool in area of active sand dunes approximately 11 miles north of Kermit. Abundant around margins of pond.

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BRIT397548W. R. Carr   91591988-08-20
United States, Texas, Travis, Along N shoreline of Lake Austin (Colorado River) at Selma Hughes Park, ca. 1 airmile NE of Lakeland Park development. NE1/4 of Bee Cave Quadrangle., 30.33767 -97.903589

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