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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
Lycopus americanus Muhl. ex W. P. C. Barton
AUGIE-00780N. P. Tulen   16551893-08-09
United States, Nebraska, McPherson, Cody's Lakes at the head of Dismal River, 41.72464 -101.370858

AUGIE
AUGIE-01207N. P. Tulen   16411893-08-03
United States, Nebraska, Grant, In the Lake Region of Grant county, 15 miles S of Whitman, 41.792873 -101.553436

AUGIE
Lycopus americanus Muhl. ex W. P. C. Barton
AUGIE-01224N. P. Tulen   16581893-08-14
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On South Fork of Dismal River, 41.803511 -101.143297

AUGIE
Lycopus americanus Muhl. ex W. P. C. Barton
AUGIE-01225N. P. Tulen   16581893-08-14
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On South Fork of Dismal River, 41.803511 -101.143297

AUGIE
Lycopus americanus Muhl. ex W. P. C. Barton
AUGIE-01270N. P. Tulen   17021893-08-19
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Middle Loup River, near Thedford, Thomas County, 41.973724 -100.575183


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