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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Mrs. R. M. Austin   s.n.1879-00-00
United States, California, Plumas, Big Spring, Big Meadows, 40.13468 -121.26842

SD:Plants
W. G. D'Arcy   15481967-04-09
United States, Florida, Gilchrist, Bank of Fla Hwy 26, 5 mi. E of Trenton

SD:Plants
H. D. House   
United States, New York, Essex, detailed locality information protected

SD:Plants
Unknown   s.n.1874-08-31
United States, Connecticut, Unknown, New Haven

SD:Plants
A. B. Leymour   s.n.1883-06-27
United States, Massachusetts, Unknown, Chebacco Lake, Cape Ann

SD:Plants
George R. Kleeberger   s.n.1874-08-31
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, New Haven

SD:Plants
Unknown   s.n.1874-08-31
United States, Connecticut, Unknown, New Haven

SD:Plants
E. B. Copeland   s.n.1930-07-25
United States, California, Butte, Jonesville, 40.11306 -121.46611, 1500m

SD:Plants
J.E. Closson   s.n.1897-05-08
United States, Massachusetts, Hampden, Monson

SD:Plants
Edward Steele   s.n.1882-07-01
United States, New Hampshire, Unknown, South Groton

SD:Plants
Jon Rebman   200602010-07-21
United States, Alaska, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Northern Cook Inlet: WSW of Anchorage; N of Tyonek and north of the Beluga Airport; wet, marshy bog area, 61.20476 -151.01318, 25m

SD:Plants
Louis C. Wheeler   68211951-08-09
United States, California, Fresno, Sierra Nevada: Ward Lake., 37.3005 -118.9874

SD:Plants
Robert J. Weatherby   14821950-07-21
United States, California, Plumas, Quincy district, Butterfly Lake, 39.9984 -120.9812, 1220m

SD:Plants
L. M. Newlon   471919-07-24
United States, California, Tulare, Giant Forest, Huckleberry Meadow, 36.5556 -118.7584, 2065m

SD:Plants
George R. Kleeberger   s.n.1879-08-31
United States, Wisconsin, Unknown

SD:Plants
Unknown   s.n.1874-00-00
United States, California, Plumas, Butterfly Valley, 40.00076 -120.97893


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