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

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Mike Skinner   4921981-04-03
United States, Missouri, Miller, T 39 N; R. 15 W.; Lake of the Ozarks State Park

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Otto Ohmart   8601976-04-04
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears State Park

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Otto Ohmart   8711976-04-10
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears State Park; limestone outcrop overlooking Mississippi River near NE corner of park.

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Otto Ohmart   s.n.1970-07-27
United States, Virginia, Giles, 10 mi. SE Pembroke off Co. Rt. 730

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B. Hanner   281976-04-03
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears State Park

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Dan Green   13
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, East of Country Road U un narrow, wooded strip of land

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Dan Green   451974-04-07
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, 1.5 mi W of Dutchtown, MO.

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Dan Green   s.n.1974-05-05
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, along Apple Creek

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Mary Boos   511975-04-27
United States, Illinois, Alexander, South Ripple Hollow

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Otto Ohmart   8511976-03-24
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Emwood Estate; 3 mi. W. Cape Girardeau

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Otto Ohmart   8551976-03-27
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears Park; 1 mi. N Marina

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Otto Ohmart   8591976-04-04
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears State Park

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Otto Ohmart   s.n.1974-04-06
United States, Illinois, Alexander, S. Ripple Hollow

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Wayne Daume   s.n.1976-04-14
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears State Park

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A. Bornstein   4951995-04-28
United States, Missouri, Butler, Missouri Army National Guard Training Site (WETS); T26N, R7E (parts of sections 13-16 and 21-24). Primarily an area of dry, upland, Oak-Hickory woods, but with several low-lying sites along seasonal streams.


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.