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

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Augustana College


AUGIE
Verbena bracteata Cav. ex Lag. & Rodr.
AUGIE-00745N.P. Tulen   13061893-06-14
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Middle Loup River, near Thedford, Thomas County, 41.977991 -100.575393

AUGIE
AUGIE-00944N. P. Tulen   14221893-06-27
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Dismal River, south of Thedford, Thomas County, 41.783492 -100.552035

AUGIE
AUGIE-00945N. P. Tulen   14221893-06-27
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, On Dismal River, south of Thedford, Thomas County, 41.783488 -100.552099

AUGIE
AUGIE-01080N. P. Tulen   15151893-07-12
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, Near the Forks of Dismal River, Hooker County, 41.852713 -101.046886

AUGIE
AUGIE-01081N. P. Tulen   15151893-07-12
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, Near the Forks of Dismal River, Hooker County, 41.852713 -101.046886

AUGIE
AUGIE-01082N. P. Tulen   15151893-07-12
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, Near the Forks of Dismal River, Hooker County, 41.852713 -101.046886

AUGIE
AUGIE-01083N. P. Tulen   15151893-07-18
United States, Nebraska, Hooker, On Middle Loup River, near Mullen, 42.068111 -101.039519

AUGIE
AUGIE-01283N. P. Tulen   17161893-08-22
United States, Nebraska, Thomas, Near Plummer Ford, Dismal River, Thomas County, 41.82557 -100.721837

AUGIE
AUGIE-01354N. P. Tulen   probably 14221893-07-31
United States, Nebraska, Grant, in the lake region of Grant County, 2 miles NE of Whitman, 42.063461 -101.48503

AUGIE
AUGIE-01355N. P. Tulen   probably 14221893-07-31
United States, Nebraska, Grant, in the lake region of Grant County, 2 miles NE of Whitman; 42.063461 -101.48503, 42.063461 -101.48503


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Google Map

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