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

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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A. Bornstein   11612006-09-16
United States, Missouri, Reynolds, Johnson Shut-Ins State Park, Fen Study Site

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Otto Ohmart   s.n.1971-08-23
United States, Colorado, Mineral Co., 5 miles W. Wolf Creek Pass

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Otto Ohmart   s.n.1971-08-23
United States, Colorado, Mineral Co., 5 miles W. Wolf Creek Pass

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Otto Ohmart   28071986-08-31
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau Co., Beside County RT. 535, 1 mile N. of County RTE. 525

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Otto Ohmart   28071986-08-31
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau Co., Beside County RTE. 535 -- 1 mile N. of County RTE. 525

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Otto Ohmart   28071986-08-31
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau Co., Beside County RTE.535 -- 1 mile N. of County RTE. 525

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Otto Ohmart   24911980-08-18
United States, Wyoming, Albany Co., Beside RTE. 130 at Snowy Range Pass -- 1/4 mile W. Green Rock Picnic Ground.

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Mike Skinner   2911978-10-08
United States, Missouri, Washington Co., Walton TWP. -- section 36, N.W. corner of S.W. quarter.

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Mike Skinner   4341979-10-13
United States, Missouri, Texas Co., Wooded hillside along Jacks Fork River on Toll Property

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Davida Phillips   6351978-08-02
United States, Colorado, Gunnison Co., 1/2 mile N. Cement Creek Ranch -- growing on sandbar at edge of Meanders -- South of Willow

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Otto Ohmart   s.n.1971-08-23
United States, Colorado, Mineral Co., 3 miles W. of Wolf Creek Pass

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Otto Ohmart   s.n.1971-08-23
United States, Colorado, Mineral Co., 3 miles W. Wolf Creek Pass.


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Google Map

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