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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
AUGIE-00777N. P. Tulen   13731893-06-14
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On South Fork of Dismal River, 41.798623 -101.143785

AUGIE
AUGIE-00920N. P. Tulen   13721893-06-20
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Middle Loup River, near Thedford, Thomas County, 41.973909 -100.575815

AUGIE
AUGIE-00921N. P. Tulen   13721893-06-20
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Middle Loup River, near Thedford, Thomas County, 41.973909 -100.575815

AUGIE
Croton texensis (Klotzsch) Muell. Arg.
AUGIE-00946N. P. Tulen   14301893-07-22
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On Middle Loup River, near Mullen, Hooker County, 42.069046 -101.042647

AUGIE
Croton texensis (Klotzsch) Muell. Arg.
AUGIE-00947N. P. Tulen   14301893-07-22
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On Middle Loup River, near Mullen, Hooker County, 42.069046 -101.042647

AUGIE
AUGIE-01039N. P. Tulen   15041893-07-06
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, Near Plummer Ford, Dismal River, Thomas County, 41.817192 -100.7037

AUGIE
AUGIE-01040N. P. Tulen   15041893-07-06
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, Near Plummer Ford, Dismal River, Thomas County, 41.817192 -100.7037

AUGIE
Euphorbia hexagona Nutt. ex Spreng.
AUGIE-01111N. P. Tulen   15451893-07-22
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On Middle Loup River, near Mullen, Hooker County, 42.069046 -101.042647

AUGIE
AUGIE-02615Alyson Nugnis   1996-10-06
United States, Illinois, Lee, Greenwing field station. Outside of field station on the way to the prairie., 41.698317 -89.274504

AUGIE
AUGIE-02616Scott Farquhar   1993-09-26
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 12 meters south of stairs leading to parking lot, .5 meter west of 35th St., 41.504805 -90.551654

AUGIE
AUGIE-02617E. Runden   1996-10-06
United States, Illinois, Lee, 10ft. N corner of Green Wing building, 41.698195 -89.275423

AUGIE
AUGIE-02618Ann Ehnle   1993-09-18
United States, Illinois, Lee, 5km southeast of Amboy, Green Wing Environmental Laboratory, 30m south of the beginning of the loop footpath, 41.69706 -89.276099

AUGIE
AUGIE-02619Katy Kozlowski   1996-10-06
United States, Illinois, Lee, Green Wing Laboratory, 41.698499 -89.273528

AUGIE
AUGIE-02620Gail Pearson   1993-09-18
United States, Illinois, Lee, Five kilometers southeast of Amboy. Twenty-five meters northwest of the lodge at Greenwing Environmental Laboratory., 41.698194 -89.275924

AUGIE
AUGIE-02621Jennifer Gary   1999-09-11
United States, Illinois, Lee, Eight hundred yards south of the main building at Greenwing Biological Laboratory., 41.695589 -89.275252

AUGIE
AUGIE-02622Erin Roti   1999-10-09
United States, Illinois, Lee, Greenwing Lab 800yds. S. of canteen, 41.69676 -89.276003

AUGIE
AUGIE-02623Ann Ehnle   1993-09-18
United States, Illinois, Lee, 5km southeast of Amboy, Green Wing Environmental Laboratory, 2m northwest of wetland., 41.693111 -89.273536

AUGIE
AUGIE-02624Lonn I. McGuire   1986-07-11
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 4.48 km. north of Cordova, 50 m. east of Highway 84., 41.720986 -90.296889

AUGIE
AUGIE-02625Lonn I. McGuire   1986-08-14
United States, Iowa, Dallas, 1 km. south of the junction of County Roads R-22 and F-31; 10 m. west of R-22., 41.742906 -93.912003

AUGIE
AUGIE-02626Chad Fisher   1995-10-02
United States, Illinois, Bureau, SE quadrant of section 27 of Gold Township, 41.456447 -89.78922

AUGIE
AUGIE-02627Lonn I. McGuire   1986-07-13
United States, Iowa, Iowa, 1.6 km. north of I-80, .5 km. east of Country Road V-38., 41.70744 -92.27659

AUGIE
Poinsettia dentata (Michx.) Klotzsch & Garcke
AUGIE-02628Denise Muller   1995-09-23
United States, Illinois, Lee, along tree ridge

AUGIE
Poinsettia dentata (Michx.) Klotzsch & Garcke
AUGIE-02629Amy E. Larson   1995-09-23
United States, Illinois, Lee, 50 meters east of main entrance to Greenwing Lab., 41.700436 -89.276306


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