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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
J. L. S. Simpson   s.n.1972-08-21
United States, Oregon, Curry, Pistol River, bog.

SD:Plants
Fred Baker   81914-08-22
Japan, Unknown, Karuizawa.

SD:Plants
Becking   34151982-06-24
United States, Oregon, Josephine, Woodcock Creek; Cave Junction quad., 42.14028 -123.6925, 536m

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Louis C. Wheeler   75761970-09-10
United States, California, Plumas, Butterfly Valley., 39.9984 -120.9812

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Robert J. Weatherby   14761950-07-21
United States, California, Plumas, Butterfly Valley, near Quincy. On sunny wet soil in boggy meadow., 39.9984 -120.9812, 1219m

SD:Plants
Mrs. R. M. Austin   s.n.1881-00-00
United States, California, Plumas, Big Meadows., 40.30639 -121.23083

SD:Plants
Frank F. Gander   76541939-06-18
United States, Florida, Escambia, Ferry Pass.

SD:Plants
D. S. Correll   358351968-06-04
United States, Texas, Tyler, Hyatt Lakes Estates, about 2 miles south of Warren.

SD:Plants
J. F. Calvert   
United States, Florida, Unknown, detailed locality information protected

SD:Plants
Mrs. Neff Bakker   s.n.1912-07-01
United States, Illinois, Cook, Riverdale.

SD:Plants
Ray C. Friesner   97771936-08-01
United States, Indiana, Starke, Sandy boggy border, south central side, Round Lake.

SD:Plants
J. R. Massey   
United States, North Carolina, Columbus, detailed locality information protected

SD:Plants
D. B. Ward   46211965-05-13
United States, Florida, Seminole, Low spot in open pine flatwoods, along Fla. 46, 1.8 miles west of Sanford.

SD:Plants
W. G. D'Arcy   15951967-05-20
United States, Florida, Alachua, A few plants on disturbed roadside Fla. 24, 5 miles northeast of Gainesville.


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