Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Cladium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
James Kessler   4847A1981-08-01
United States, Texas, Aransas, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, 1.6 miles south of entrance; roadside ditch on entrance road; sandy soil.

SD:Plants
Cladium californicum (S. Watson) O'Neill
A. C. Sanders   158781994-12-04
United States, California, Riverside, Colorado desert; Salton Sea sink; Dos Palmas Oasis area; San Andres palm grove, 1.75 Km (1.1 miles) west south west of Rancho Dos Palmas, marked seep on Durmid 7.5' Quad., 33.48361 -115.85

SD:Plants
Cole   35091967-08-09
United States, Texas, Val Verde, East bank of Devil's River between Lake Walk and Amistad Damsite.

SD:Plants
Cladium mariscoides (Muhl.) Torr.
Mrs. M. S. Synder   s.n.1882-00-00
Unknown

SD:Plants
Cladium californicum (S. Watson) O'Neill
SD00037367R. F. Hoover   73531947-08-07
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Black Lake Canyon in boggy meadow., 35.05624 -120.56403

SD:Plants
Cladium angustifolium (Gaudich.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex Drake
Helen V. Witham   17161971-12-03
United States, Hawaii, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands, Kilauea, in SandalWood Forest., 1000m


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