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

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Weber State University Herbarium


Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012334K.S. Erdman   8671963-05-31
United States, Mississippi, Hancock, Along US 90 about 6.0 miles W of junction with Mississippi 43.

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WSCO012335K.S. Erdman   8451964-05-30
United States, Louisiana, Natchitoches, Along Fla 1 near Balbraith. T16N, R4W, Sec. 19-20.

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WSCO012336K.S. Erdman   8551963-05-30
United States, Louisiana, Saint Martin, Along US 90, 4.0-5.0 miles E of junction with Louisiana 20. T16S, R14E, Unit 78.

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WSCO012337Kevin Hansen   471977-07-24
United States, Florida, Escambia, Thicket N of fishing road near Battery 234. Fort Pickens Area of Gulf Islands National Seashore.

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012338Kevin Hansen   471977-07-24
United States, Florida, Escambia, Thicket N of fishing road near Battery 234. Fort Pickens Area of Gulf Islands National Seashore.

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012298K.S. Erdman   8551963-05-30
United States, Louisiana, Saint Martin, Along US 90 4.0-5.0 miles E of junction with Louisiana 20. T16S, R14E.

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012299K.S. Erdman   21341965-07-09
United States, Oregon, Coos, Near Coos Point Park W of Charleston, Oregon Coast.

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012300K.S. Erdman   18601965-06-16
United States, Oregon, Curry, Azalea State Park, E edge of Brookings (Oregon Coast).

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012333K.S. Erdman   18751965-06-16
United States, Oregon, Curry, Boardman State Park at Thomas Creek Bridge on US 101 (Oregon Coast).

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO012339K.S. Erdman   37471968-08-01
United States, Pennsylvania, Tioga, Colton Point State Park, Pine Creek Gorge (Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania), 6.0 miles S of US route 6 at Ansonia.


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