Dataset: SEMO-
Taxa: Cicuta
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Baker   891967-07-20
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Mt. Tabor Park

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Botany class   s.n.1952-06-26
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Washington Street, Cape.

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Cecil Slaughter   30851992-08-20
United States, Louisiana, Winn, Open seep area in Nisatchie National Forest at the corner of La. 560 & La. 84; 7 mi SW of Winnfield, LA

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D. Fish   1571967-07-20
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Growing in abandoned quarry 1/4 mi E. Mt. Tabor Park, 2 mi W. Cape.

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Loran G. Townsend   s.n.
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau

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Louis W. Fields   s.n.1952-07-08
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Found in swamp along Hwy. 61 2 mi S. of Cape.

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M. Jones   351967-07-20
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Mt. Tabor Park

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R. Mooneyhan   941998-06-20
United States, Illinois, Union, Poole tract wetland (USFWS) located on Friendship Church Road, between Cypress and Dongola, IL. In the waters of the spring.

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   8131975-06-30
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Hawthorne St. and East Rodney, roadside in Cape Girardeau, MO.

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Otto Ohmart   11781976-07-02
United States, Missouri, Ripley, 4 mi N.W. Paynor on Fourche Creek.

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Otto Ohmart   8131975-06-30
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Hawthorne St. & E. Rodney. Roadside.

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S.A. Sutter   8611973-07-16
United States, Missouri, Christian, Swan Creek

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S.G. Diehl   s.n.1958-07-23
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Springdale Bird Sanctuary, N. of Cape.


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