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

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Catawba College Herbarium


CATU
CATU001633D. S. Harrington   78-4471978-09-02
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Dan Nicholas Park, Sec 4-F

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CATU002811Pete Stango   00-612000-09-09
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, South Yadkin Wildlife Refuge

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CATU003389Devin Rodgers   B-1702010-09-01
United States, North Carolina, Davie, LTCNC's Bittinger tract adj. to Point Rd. and Yadki

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CATU003387Devin Rodgers   B-882010-07-04
United States, North Carolina, Davie, LTCNC's Bittinger tract adj. to Point Rd. and Yadki

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CATU004269Simeon V. Trotsenko   0242016-10-28
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Second Creek Gameland, E of US 601. 35 45 48.9 N, 80 30 29.9 W

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CATU004576Tim Davis   29-851985-10-17
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Salisbury, Bottomland below Catawba College Chapel

CATU
Ludwigia palustris (L.) Elliott
CATU004734M. J. Baranski   84-1051984-09-16
USA, North Carolina, Rowan, Dunn's Mt, east of Salisbury

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CATU005007M. J. Baranski   91-831991-07-24
USA, North Carolina, Rowan, Honeycutt Rd. woods, ca 3 mi NW of Spencer and N of Salisbury. Off Honeycutt Rd. (CR 1922), N of Ellis Cross Road (CR 1915).

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CATU005039M. J. Baranski   93-861993-07-23
USA, NC, Rowan, Rock Grove Church flatrocks area. Ca 4.5 mi W of Rockwell and 0.75 mi SW of Shupings Mill; 1 mi SE of NC 152 on Rock Grove Church Rd (CR 2559).

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Ludwigia palustris (L.) Elliott
CATU005254M. J. Baranski   99-1071999-07-28
USA, North Carolina, Wilkes, Kerr Scott Reservoir. Wilkes County Reservoir Park. Northernmost boundary area.


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