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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
AUGIE-01828Jason Koontz   s.n.2021-07-20
USA, Illinois, Rock Island, Forested area to the south of 3716 Pine Ridge Ct, 41.47257 -90.474205

AUGIE
AUGIE-02543Susan Erickson   1988-06-12
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, South side of 34th St. On corner of 1st alley east of 7th Ave., 41.504507 -90.552806

AUGIE
AUGIE-02544Jim Hayden   1981-05-15
United States, Illinois, Ogle, 205 Severson Rd, Rkfd, 20 meters west of house., 42.203846 -89.207876

AUGIE
Carya tomentosa (Poir.) Nutt.
AUGIE-00875J. Barker   32019-09-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Josua Lindahl Hill Prairies, 41.437806 -90.554389

AUGIE
Carya tomentosa (Poir.) Nutt.
AUGIE-01839Kelsey King   s.n.2021-07-22
USA, Illinois, Rock Island, Forested site east of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 41.482272 -90.454993

AUGIE
Carya ovata (Mill.) K. Koch
AUGIE-00809T. Sodaro   22019-09-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Josua Lindahl Hill Praries, Property of Augustana, woody area 10-12 feet off the trail, 41.437889 -90.554278

AUGIE
Carya ovata (Mill.) K. Koch
AUGIE-02540Jim Hayden   1981-05-15
United States, Illinois, Ogle, 205 Severson Rd, Rkfd, 6 meters east of garage, 42.207934 -89.215092

AUGIE
Carya ovata (Mill.) K. Koch
AUGIE-02541Jamie Bordner   1997-10-19
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 10 meters down path of Collinson Ecological preserve, 41.437026 -90.553591

AUGIE
Carya ovata (Mill.) K. Koch
AUGIE-02542Tiia Maekask   1997-10-19
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 10 meters down path at Collinson Ecological Reserve, 41.436914 -90.553435

AUGIE
Carya cordiformis (Wangenh.) K. Koch
AUGIE-02539Patrick Wren   2002-10-13
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 150 meter northeast of 8701 51st Street in Milan, IL., 41.43348 -90.639814


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