Dataset: CATU-
Taxa: Hypericum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Catawba College Herbarium


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Hypericum adpressum W. P. C. Barton
CATU001470   
United States, North Carolina, unknown, detailed locality information protected

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Hypericum anagalloides Cham. & Schlecht.
CATU001471M. Merwin   1938-07-28
United States, California, unknown, Bear Meadow, San Bernardino Mts

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Hypericum gymnanthum Engelm. & A. Gray
CATU001472M. E. Conrad   
United States, ?, unknown

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CATU001473   1933-06-00
United States, North Carolina, unknown

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Hypericum reductum (Svens.) P. Adams
CATU001474Jeff Babcock   78-1991978-04-09
United States, North Carolina, Cumberland, Rt 53, S of Fayetteville

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CATU002679Karen V. Shephard   02-0642002-03-24
United States, South Carolina, Chesterfield, Carolina Sandhills NWR

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Hypericum stragulum P. Adams & N. Robson
CATU002774Pete Stango   00-1022000-10-15
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, South Yadkin Wildlife Refuge

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Hypericum gentianoides (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
CATU003033Wesley M. Knapp   2000-09-00
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Dunn's Mountain located on the entrance of outcrop

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CATU003612Devin Rodgers   B-1682010-09-01
United States, North Carolina, Davie, LTCNC's Bittinger tract adj. to Point Rd./Yadkin R.

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CATU003611Devin Rodgers   B-2292010-10-07
United States, North Carolina, Davie, LTCNC's Bittinger tract adj. to Point Rd./Yadkin R.

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CATU003645Nicholas Nelson   2004-04-03
United States, South Carolina, Awendaw, Hwy 17, 1/2 norht of Pee Dee visitor center

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Hypericum buckleyi M.A. Curtis
CATU003534Karen Shepherd   0100-192002-11-19
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Sunset Rock, Highlands

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CATU003910Devin Rodgers   B-852010-07-04
United States, North Carolina, Davie, LTCNC's Bittinger tract adj. to Point Rd./Yadkin R.

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CATU003607Danielle Mora   03-282003-10-08
United States, North Carolina, Iredell, Hwy 21 N of Yadkin River.

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Hypericum gentianoides (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
CATU004290Nicholas Frotten   42016-10-14
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Dunn's Mountain; 35 37 20 N, 80 25 24 W

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CATU004274Morgan Elder   182016-11-12
United States, North Carolina, Scotland, Sandhills Gamelands. 34.55.61 N, 79.33.42 W

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CATU004569Jillian A Varkas   JV06-482006-04-07
United States, North Carolina, Stanly

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Hypericum gentianoides (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
CATU004705M. J. Baranski   83-121983-10-06
USA, North Carolina, Rowan, Dunn's Mt, east of Salisbury.

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CATU004740Jessie Willis   WO 502018-11-03
USA, North Carolina, Onslow, White Oak River Gamelands. Power line cut.

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CATU004927M. J. Baranski   91-111991-07-02
USA, North Carolina, Rowan, Celanese Woods off Needmore Road.

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Hypericum walteri J.G. Gmel.
CATU004960M. J. Baranski   91-701991-07-19
USA, North Carolina, Rowan, E of Carson Rd, S of Third Creek. Old "Ice Plant" location.

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Hypericum gentianoides (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
CATU005011M. J. Baranski   91-881991-07-24
US, NC, Rowan, Dunn's Mt, E of Salisbury

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Hypericum nudiflorum Michx. ex Willd.
CATU005095M. J. Baranski   91-1481991-10-08
USA, NC, Rowan, South of Granite Quarry, south side of US 52.

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Hypericum walteri J.G. Gmel.
CATU005132M. J. Baranski   93-341993-07-02
USA, NC, Rowan, Fourth Creek Wetlands, N side of Fourth Creek, ca 0.8 mi W of jet with South Yadkin River

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CATU005147M. J. Baranski   93-611993-07-09
USA, NC, Rowan, Old Beatty Ford Rd / Reeves Island Rd.

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CATU005152M. J. Baranski   93-951993-08-17
USA, NC, Rowan, Nash Flatwoods, near Riles Creek.

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CATU005176M. J. Baranski   99-2641999-10-20
USA, NC, Rowan, Eagle Point Nature Preserve. Around wet spots in old road, W end of Preserve.

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CATU005376M. J. Baranski   2019-962019-09-16
USA, West Virginia, Pocahontas, Yew Mountain Center property. Off 9494 Lobelia Rd. Lobelia nearest community.


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