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

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Otto Ohmart   24701980-08-15
United States, Idaho, Canyon, 1mi N Caldwell beside small lake at KOA camp

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C. Doolen & H. Schubert   92008-06-01
United States, South Dakota, Lawrence, Growing in moist soil on hillside next to Timon Campground

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Carrie Findley   s.n.1900-06-23
United States, Indiana, Monroe, I. U. campus

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A. Bornstein   5061995-05-15
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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A. Spencer   12010-04-18
United States, Missouri, Saint Francois, Private property in Farmington; growing in the center of an open trail in the upland portion of the farm

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B. Whitehead   152006-04-08
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Undeveloped SEMO property, north campus; growing in disturbed, open, rocky hillside

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C. Priest   252006-04-17
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Along Cape La Croix Creek, at the Shawnee park Soccer field, 300m north on the Shawnee Trial from where trial crosses the creek.

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J. Hager   122010-04-21
United States, Missouri, Stoddard, Mingo Nat. Wildlife Refuge; growing along dry rocky ridge top on visitor center trail head west of rock wall and overlook; GPS: N 36' 96943; W 090' 15205

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Otto Ohmart   25961983-08-09
United States, Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Adventive along Cape Lacroix creek beside Mt. Auburn Rd btween Hopper Rd and Kingshighway

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Otto Ohmart   27261986-06-08
United States, Missouri, Scott, General Watkins state For. roadside near family cemetery, escaped from cultivation and spreading

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T. Gibson   42010-04-17
United States, Missouri, Bollinger, Three Cat Acres off Hwy 51, 5.1 miles W of Marble Hill, (Taylor Property), growing at edge of woods off highway


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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