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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
AUGIE-00165M. Rousey   1982-05-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, A slope on the southern side of Riverside Park in Moline, IL, 41.51 -90.49404

AUGIE
AUGIE-00166Margaret O'Connor   1981-05-02
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Black Hawk Park, about 1 mile down the trail., 41.46698 -90.57173

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AUGIE-00167Ann Newton   1990-04-28
United States, Iowa, Scott, .25km south of the home at 28200 90th Ave, Donahue., 41.71608 -90.72506

AUGIE
AUGIE-00168Mark Pace   1990-04-26
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 300 meters north-east of 11 Ave. A in Moline., 41.50292 -90.49232

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AUGIE-00169Lonn McGuire   1986-04-12
United States, Iowa, Scott, 450 meters west of Devil's Glen Road, 20 meters south of Crow Creek., 41.566983 -90.488869

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AUGIE-00170R. Brett Klay   1986-04-20
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Thirty meters down slough, north of eleventh avenue at thirty-seventh street., 41.50087 -90.55196

AUGIE
AUGIE-00171Scott D. Jackson   1982-05-02
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Ten meters east of eastern end of camp ground at Loud Thunder Forest Preserve., 41.429036 -90.820325

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AUGIE-00172Kim Altvatter   1988-04-23
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 250 meters S of Sac Fox Trail and Loud Thunder Forest Preserve., 41.427858 -90.830246

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AUGIE-00173Jim Wheeler   1981-05-02
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Black Hawk park about 1 mile down the trail., 41.46694 -90.57165

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AUGIE-00174R.R. Mills   1984-05-09
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Hidden meadow Addition Across from Andalusia Slough on top of hill, 41.43786 -90.77111

AUGIE
AUGIE-00175James Jennings   1990-04-26
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 300 meters north-east of 11 Ave. A In Moline., 41.50362 -90.50287


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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