Dataset: SEMO-
Taxa: hottonia => Hottonia, Hottonia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


SEMO
Arlon Meyer, Jr.   10011965-04-20
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, 7 mi NW Cape Girardeau, MO

SEMO
D. Schoenwalder   401969-04-26
United States, Illinois, Union, Pine Hills in Shawnee Nat'l forest

SEMO
French   241969-04-26
United States, Illinois, Union, Pine Hills

SEMO
Gill   491967-05-06
United States, Illinois, Union, Pine Hills; West Drive; Winter's Pond

SEMO
J. Hager   82010-04-14
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, Mingo Nat. Wildlife Refuge; growing in barrow ditch west of ditch 6a, 1/4 mile north of Molly's curve; 10-24 inches of water in ditch; GPS: N 36' 98096; W 090' 20477

SEMO
J.P. Huckabay   s.n.1967-05-06
United States, Illinois, Union

SEMO
J.P. Huckabay   s.n.1967-05-06
United States, Illinois, Union

SEMO
Jim Sevic   81965-04-25
United States, Illinois, Pine Hills

SEMO
Karen Lawless   s.n.1969-04-26
United States, Illinois, Union, small pond at Pine Hills

SEMO
Overall   71969-04-25
United States, Illinois, Union, Pine Hills area

SEMO
Roberts   251969-04-26
United States, Illinois, Union

SEMO
T.E. Brooks   771972-04-30
United States, Missouri, Wayne, in creek; Mingo Nat'l Refuge


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Google Map

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