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

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
David Westrich   171979-03-11
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Growing on open sunny hillside at Dauphin Island Golf Course.

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
George Thomas Roberson   s.n.1965-05-02
United States, Missouri, Perry, 4 mi. W. of Perryville

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Jean Wandel   11973-07-29
United States, Missouri, Butler, Dry, rocky area beside Lurlyn Road, Poplar Bluff

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Mike Burnett   111975-04-05
United States, Illinois, Alexander, 2 mi. E. McClure, growing on bluffs

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Mike Skinner   s.n.1978-06-15
United States, Missouri, Jefferson, 0.5 mi. w. Hwy 141; 0.25 mi. n. Romaine Creek Road at edge of woods.

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Otto Ohmart   12161976-07-10
United States, Missouri, Scott, Beside Rt. 77, 4 mi. E. of Rt. I-55, roadside

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Otto Ohmart   12891976-07-23
United States, Missouri, Ripley, 4 mi. N.W. Poynor by Fourche Creek, site #4

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Otto Ohmart   13741976-08-14
United States, Georgia, Greene, Oconee National Forest, 1.2 mi. N. Greensboro, Rt. 15, roadside

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Otto Ohmart   22131979-04-04
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Trail of Tears State Park, top of bluffs 1 mi. S. of old quarry

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Otto Ohmart   s.n.1971-05-15
United States, Illinois, Pope, Bell Smith Springs, dry hillside

SEMO
Opuntia compressa J.F. Macbr.
Tom Reich   411963-05-10
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Millersville

SEMO
Opuntia erinacea Engelm. & Bigelow ex Engelm.
Otto Ohmart   26191984-07-02
United States, Colorado, Garfield, Rifle Gap Falls Reservoir


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