Dataset: AUGIE
Taxa: Hepatica
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Augustana College


AUGIE
AUGIE-01720Michael Troll   017201981-05-10
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, South end of 46th st in deeper Mesozoic woods 30 meters left off of path at the base of large black oak., 41.489516 -90.537616

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AUGIE-01721David Lange   017211984-05-07
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 15 meters up side of hill, S side of slough midway from SE end, 41.50058 -90.551737

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AUGIE-01722Ann Young   017221981-05-01
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Blackhawk State Park, Rock Island; 41.46729 -90.57173, 41.466968 -90.572073

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AUGIE-01723Dave Hintermeister   017231981-04-25
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, South end of 46th Street in Mesozoic woods 40m off footpath., 41.489538 -90.537633

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AUGIE-01724Tim Hardine   017241982-05-08
United States, Illinois, Knox, Spoon Lake near Dahinda Ill. Seventy meters northeast of the northern tip of the Lakeside Place road., 40.97082 -90.149022

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AUGIE-01725Julie Mathieson   017251982-05-08
United States, Illinois, Kane, Three hundred meters northwest of the main entrance to Trout Park woods just north of the city of Elgin., 42.069705 -88.2685

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AUGIE-01726Bradley D. Pence   017261996-10-27
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Blackhawk Park, right fork from main trail at Girl Scout cabins app. 1/2 mile around, past creek and up next ravine on left midway., 41.4674 -90.566946

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AUGIE-01727Ross Campbell   017271981-05-01
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Blackhawk State Park, Rock Island; 41.467 -90.57312, 41.466904 -90.571918


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Google Map

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