Dataset: SEMO-
Taxa: amsonia => Amsonia, Amsonia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Mike Skinner   5131981-04-27
United States, Missouri, Miller, Lake of the Ozarks State Park along Grand Glaize Creek at swinging bridges.

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   s.n.1954-04-30
United States, Kentucky, Kentucky Lake

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A. Bornstein   5051995-04-28
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, T27N, R9E, along Hwy 51.

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Allan Bornstein   1271992-05-11
United States, Missouri, New Madrid, Along county road 711, just S of junction with country road 710.

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Carl D. McCullough   201970-05-08
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, 1 mi N. Puxico on Hwy. 51.

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Dara Anselm   851984-04-26
United States, Arkansas, Dallas, 6 mi N. Fordyce beside Hwy. 167.

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Joe Burger   981971-05-14
United States, Missouri, Scott, Along road between Delta and Advance.

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Downing   731968-05-25
United States, Missouri, Mississippi, 2 mi E. of East Prairie, Mo.

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Huckabay   s.n.1969-05-17
United States, Missouri, Carter, Turner's Mill 11 pt. River.

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Huckabay   s.n.1969-05-17
United States, Missouri, Carter, Turner's Mill 11 pt. River.

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Mark Quay   711982-05-02
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, Rear exit, Hwy. 51, Mingo National Wildlife Refuge.

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Rowlett   s.n.1969-05-10
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, 1 mi E. of Dutchtown.

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Rowlett   s.n.1969-05-10
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, 1 mi. E. of Dutchtown.

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Sue Rhodes   s.n.1966-05-15
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Advance, Mo. Beside a ditch and fence row.

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Bonnie Turner   1011971-05-14
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, Hwy. 51.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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