Dataset: Weber State University-WSCO
Taxa: Alismataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Weber State University Herbarium


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WSCO005797Jason W. Baker   11472020-08-07
United States, Iowa, Benton, From Mt. Auburn head southeast on Commercial St. toward East St. for 2.3 miles. Turn left onto 55th St. and continue for 1 mile. Turn right onto 22nd Ave. for 0.1 mile. Collection site is a river floodplain/wetland on the east side of the road. Land slated to become a sand pit mine., 42.254993 -92.092682, 780m

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Alisma gramineum C.C.Gmel.
WSCO006731Sherel Goodrich   146901980-08-01
United States, Utah, Uintah, SLM, near confluence of Green and White Rivers, 1.5 mi S of Ouray., 1417m

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WSCO004316Eric Wagner   s.n.2019-07-23
United States, Utah, Rich, Little Creek Reservoir, 41.675 -111.234489

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WSCO005951Jason W. Baker   9902020-06-16
United States, Utah, Davis, Collection site is approximately 700 meters north east of the Cabela's sporting goods store in an alkaline wetland., 40.8333 -111.9, 1290m

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Sagittaria longiloba Engelm. ex J.G. Sm.
WSCO006730H. Hapeman   1931-07-30
United States, Nebraska, Minden, Nebraska, 40.502792 -98.95036

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WSCO006727K.S. Erdman   21131965-07-06
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Aspen Pt campground, at Lake of the Woods Cacade Mtns on Ore. 68., 42.367635 -122.215217

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WSCO006728Lincoln Ellison   441231944-09-21
United States, Utah, Sanpete, Lake Hill, Ephraim Canyon, 2438m

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WSCO006729Carl Taylor   1935-05-18
United States, Utah, Weber, Farr West - West of Ogden

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WSCO003311Stephen L. Clark   21411972-07-05
United States, Utah, Weber, Ogden Bay bird refuge., 1280m

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WSCO003312Stephen L. Clark   8111969-07-16
United States, Utah, Weber, Along ditchbanks, an in wet places along road new city of Warren., 41.289125 -112.12291

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WSCO003313Stephen L. Clark   9091969-10-09
United States, Utah, Weber, Ogden Bay Bird Refuge, near Hooper City

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WSCO003314Stephen L. Clark   9091969-10-09
United States, Utah, Weber, Ogden Bay Bird Refuge

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WSCO000813S. Goodrich   297392021-08-03
United States, Utah, Box Elder, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Wasatch Mountains, Willard Basin 3.6 miles 105 degrees from Willard, 41.4281 -111.9651, 2647m

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WSCO005886Jason W. Baker   11142020-07-17
United States, Utah, Cache, From US89/US91 turn east on 3200 S. and continue for 2.3 miles. Collection site is in a wetland/wet meadow approximately 630 yards on the north side of the road. This property is slated for "Development" by Visionary Homes. This is probably the last collection made from this land., 41.677541 -111.838609, 1386m

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WSCO011245Blake Wellard   208-20202020-08-26
United States, Utah, Salt Lake, 5600 W, 40.781727 -112.025308, 1284m

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WSCO006732Virginia Alexson   231964-06-13
United States, California, San Joaquin, Three miles North of Stockton.

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Alisma L.
WSU 2023   10222023-08-22
United States, UT, Weber, Green pond, 41.20399 -111.83794, 1972m

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WSCO003310Stephen L. Clark   22591972-07-22
United States, Utah, Box Elder, Willard Bay State Park, 1280m

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Sagittaria subulata (Linnaeus) Buch
WSCO002573E. H. Eames   82681909-08-25
United States, Connecticut, Fairfield County, Bridgeport


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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