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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Wendy Hodgson   109621998-06-07
United States, Arizona, Yavapai, Northwest side of Peck's Lake, north of Cottonwood and just northwest of Tuzigoot National Monument., 34.78642 -112.0416, 975m

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Charles Wilder   s.n.
United States, Illinois, Unknown, Illinois River

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Jon P. Rebman   240302012-05-22
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: Training Area Romeo II; southeast of San Onofre Peak; along Horno Canyon Road east of El Camino Real and I-5, 33.35569 -117.47834, 210m

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W. G. D'Arcy   24031968-04-11
United States, Florida, Gilchrist, Fla. 26, 3.0 miles east of Trenton.

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Lucille Kempers   1101953-08-04
United States, Michigan, Antrim, Bog, at south end of Cental Lake., 30m

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Larry Hauser   31141976-07-22
United States, Kansas, Harper, 4.0 miles northwest of Anthony Municipal Lake, north end of lake.

SD:Plants
Jon Rebman   304622015-08-04
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: central portion of Base; north of Lake O'Neil Rd.; northwest side of Lake O'Neil along the trail that goes along the shoreline of the lake just below the campground, 33.33249 -117.32391, 35m

SD:Plants
SD00000681R. E. Riefner, Jr   9-702009-05-20
United States, California, San Diego, Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station, lake located in northwest-central portion of the Base, NW ca. 1 mi of Ammunition Rd, and ca. 1.5 mi NE of De Luz Rd, 33.37028 -117.29361

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Robert R. Smith   1991961-06-09
United States, Florida, Madison, Along Fla. 360, ca. 15 miles southwest of Madison.

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E. B. Copeland   s.n.1930-07-29
United States, California, Butte, Jonesville., 40.11258 -121.46507, 1700m

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Robert J. Weatherby   14971950-07-28
United States, California, Plumas, Snake Lake near Quincy., 39.97709 -121.00708, 1219m

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R. M. Austin   s.n.1880-00-00
United States, California, Plumas, Big Meadows, 40.30639 -121.23083

SD:Plants
unknown   s.n.1914-06-01
United States, California, Unknown

SD:Plants
R. M. Austin   s.n.1880-00-00
United States, California, Plumas, Big Meadows, 40.30639 -121.23083

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Darley F. Howe   48401972-06-27
United States, California, Sonoma, Duncan Mills Pond, 38.45621 -123.05622

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W. Bertsch   3131953-08-15
United States, Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, 15m

SD:Plants
W. Bertsch   3131953-08-15
United States, Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, 15m

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T. R. Van Devender   92-11021992-10-08
Mexico, Sonora, Huatabampo, Ejido 10 de April, 3.6 miles west of Mexico 15 on dirt road to Agiabampo and Camahuiroa., 5m

SD:Plants
S.L. Hatch   67491997-06-28
United States, Texas, Jefferson, Big Hill Bayou. J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area. Outside compartment 4.

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J. D. Roy   s.n.1875-00-00
Canada, New Brunswick, Unknown, Bass River

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Larry Hauser   31531976-08-17
United States, Kansas, Anderson, North Garnett City Lake, south end of lake.

SD:Plants
Nuphar advena (Aiton) W.T. Aiton
J. D. Roy   s.n.1875-00-00
Canada, New Brunswick, Unknown, Bass River

SD:Plants
T. M. C. Taylor   19871935-07-24
Canada, Ontario, Algoma, Carp River, 47 -84.75

SD:Plants
SD00061988A. J. Stover   s.n.1938-12-04
United States, California, San Diego, San Clemente Canyon, ¬ mi. west of Poway Rd., 32.9389 -117.1338, 77m

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Jon Rebman   200632010-07-21
United States, Alaska, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Northern Cook Inlet area: WSW of Anchorage; N of Tyonek and north of the Beluga Airport; just south of the Beluga River; wetland and along Beluga Highway, 61.24162 -150.96645, 10m

SD:Plants
Nuphar ulvacea (G.S. Mill. & Standl.) Standl.
C. Chapman   1531966-10-06
United States, Florida, Santa Rosa, 13 miles southwest of Holt, in Boiling Creek upstream from bridge at No. 211.

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Fred Baker   1421911-06-30
Japan, Hokkaido, Unknown, Lake Onuma


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