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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-00842K. Dillon   52019-09-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Joshua Lindahl Hills Prairies, Monarch Waystation Path, dirt walking path, 41.437889 -90.554278

AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-00851M. Conley   42019-09-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Joshua Lindahl Hill Prairies, trail along an oak-hickory forest, 41.43925 -90.554944

AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-00836J. Gurevicius   42019-09-15
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Collinson Ecological Preserve, 41.439444 -90.556111

AUGIE
Parietaria pensylvanica Muhl. ex Willd.
AUGIE-01006N. P. Tulen   14731893-07-12
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, Near the Forks of Dismal River, Hooker County, 41.852713 -101.046886

AUGIE
AUGIE-01087N. P. Tulen   15201893-08-22
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, Near Plummer Ford, Dismal River, Thomas County, 41.82557 -100.721837

AUGIE
Pilea fontana (Lunell) Rydb.
AUGIE-01167N. P. Tulen   16091893-07-19
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On Middle Loup River, near Mullen, Hooker County, 42.06929 -101.041409

AUGIE
AUGIE-01331N. P. Tulen   18211893-08-08
United States, Nebraska, Cody's Lakes at the head of Dismal River, 41.756307 -101.303485

AUGIE
AUGIE-02473Lu Ann Schwickerath   1983-05-08
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Sylvan Island, 41.512851 -90.536849

AUGIE
AUGIE-02474Dave Archibald   1991-05-10
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, North side of biology building, 41.503906 -90.550623

AUGIE
AUGIE-02475Chad Specht   1995-10-17
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 100 yards behind the dead end at collinson, 41.436814 -90.553773

AUGIE
AUGIE-02476Kristine M. Lakota   1990-05-03
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Twenty meters behind the Biology Building on the campus of Augustana College, 41.50394 -90.550581

AUGIE
AUGIE-02477Diane C. Zemaier   1990-05-03
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Twenty meters behind the Biology Building on the campus of Augustana College, 41.503935 -90.550607

AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-02478Aryan Haren   1999-10-09
United States, Illinois, Lee, Fifty meters south of large "baseball diamond" area of Augstana Greenwing Laboratory., 41.697381 -89.275288

AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-02479Tiia Maekask   1997-10-19
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 30 meters down path of Collinson Reserve from entrance, 41.437273 -90.55333

AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-02480Jennifer Gary   1999-09-11
United States, Illinois, Lee, 800 yards south of the main building at Greenwing Biological Field Station.

AUGIE
Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
AUGIE-02481Jamie Bordner   1997-10-19
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 30 meters down path of Collinson Ecological preserve, 41.437169 -90.553294

AUGIE
AUGIE-02482Chad Fisher   1995-09-14
United States, Illinois, Bureau, 200 yards south and 20 yards E of intersection 1945N and 375E in Gold Township, 41.426993 -89.785485

AUGIE
AUGIE-02483Erin Roh   1999-09-11
United States, Illinois, Lee, Greenwing Lab 700yds. S.W. of canteen, 41.697136 -89.276291

AUGIE
AUGIE-02484Jim Hayden   1981-05-15
United States, Illinois, Ogle, 3.5 km N. of Byron on Oak Grove Rd. west of Tower Rd. 1.5 km west along N. side of road., 42.174605 -89.291149

AUGIE
AUGIE-02485Aryan Haren   1999-09-11
United States, Illinois, Lee, Seven hundred meters south of Canteen building of Augustana Greenwing Lab., 41.693906 -89.275269

AUGIE
AUGIE-02486Bob Fleming   1997-09-09
United States, Illinois, Fulton, Garden in Cuba, 40.493942 -90.192709

AUGIE
AUGIE-02487Karen Bartlet   1991-05-08
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, 50 meters into the ravine near the library at Augustana College, 41.501867 -90.550577


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