Dataset: SEMO-
Taxa: asparagus => Asparagus, Asparagus => Asparagus officinalis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Ann Friemel   861963-05-04
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Neely's Landing

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Barbara Spencer   861963-05-04
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, 3 miles north of Neely's Landing

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Charles Hill   441970-05-09
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, Bloomfield on roadside

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David Eaker   251977-04-21
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Cape Rock near railroad tracks.

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Donald Farrar   10761963-05-04
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Neely's Landing

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Fish   1481967-07-13
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, 1/2 mile south of Cape Rock

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Francis Bentley   s.n.1952-05-03
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, College Campus

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Joe Burger   571971-05-10
United States, Missouri, Scott, Route N along road near H. Eifert's.

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Judy Sheets   971987-04-30
United States, Missouri, St. Francois, Growing in ditch at Gruner's Farm

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Mike Skinner   701977-04-17
United States, Missouri, Jefferson, Found growing in rock pile along Romaine Creek Road.

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Otto Ohmart & Kathy Thompson   16761976-11-03
United States, Missouri, Scott, Route N 3 miles north of Route D

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Otto Ohmart & Kathy Thompson   16761976-11-03
United States, Missouri, Scott, Route N 3 miles north of Route D. Low boggy area beside road.

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Schuchart   1061969-07-14
United States, Missouri, Scott, Hwy. Y-5 miles west of Sikeston

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Wagner   931967-07-13
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, behind the water plant-Cape Rock


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Google Map

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