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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
AUGIE-00432Laura Tasch   2002-09-08
United States, Illinois, Cook, 200 yards from parking lot on north side of clearing at Deer Grove Forest Preserve at edge of clearing, 42.14301 -88.07455

AUGIE
Platanthera hookeri (Torr. ex A. Gray) Lindl.
AUGIE-00435Lonn I. McGuire   1986-06-27
Canada, Ontario, Approximately 49 53 degrees north, 94 02 degrees west, 49.883333 -94.033333

AUGIE
Spiranthes cernua (L.) Rich.
AUGIE-00438Jennifer Siembab   2002-00-00
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Ten meters into the East Prairie of Collinson Ecological Preserve, 41.440467 -90.562054

AUGIE
AUGIE-00433Tim Hardine   1982-05-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Lake George near Andalusia Ill. Ninety meters south of the boat launch which is on the eastern side of the lake, 41.425136 -90.823344

AUGIE
Spiranthes cernua (L.) Rich.
AUGIE-00439Laura Tasch   2002-09-19
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 10 feet from edge of prairie, Collinson Ecological Preserve, 41.440497 -90.561812

AUGIE
Spiranthes cernua (L.) Rich.
AUGIE-00440Trevor Wukasch   2002-09-23
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, North unit of two hill prairies along Mill creek at Collinson Ecological Preserve Milan, IL, 41.43528 -90.554641

AUGIE
AUGIE-00726N. P. Tulen   12971893-06-19
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Middle Loup River, near Thedford, Thomas, 41.97738 -100.57408

AUGIE
Spiranthes cernua (L.) Rich.
AUGIE-01288N. P. Tulen   17191893-08-23
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, Near Plummer Ford, Dismal River, Thomas County, 41.821114 -100.728794


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