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

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Otto Ohmart   13641976-08-13
United States, Florida, Columbia, Rte. 441; 2 mi. n. Rte. 6, roadside.

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Otto Ohmart   19121977-07-10
United States, Ontario Province, Canada; 10 mi. NW Larder Lake; beside Rt. 66 in small lake

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Otto Ohmart   19561977-07-13
United States, Michigan, Van Buren, 3 mi. W. ecatur on State Rt. 51; 1/4 mi. N on County rt. 215

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R.J. Kuster   s.n.1947-07-10
United States, Michigan, Emmet, Crooked river; Alanson U.B.S.

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Nuphar luteum Sibth. & Sm.
Jean Wandel   s.n.1973-07-28
United States, Missouri, Butler, Growing in West's Pond.

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Nuphar luteum Sibth. & Sm.
N. Steward   s.n.1977-07-10
United States, Missouri, Carter, Current River just before entering Ozark scenic waterways

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Nuphar luteum Sibth. & Sm.
Otto Ohmart   9581976-05-14
United States, Missouri, Ripley, 4 mi NW Poynor, MO on Fourche Creek

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Nuphar luteum Sibth. & Sm.
Otto Ohmart   9581976-05-14
United States, Missouri, Ripley, 4 mi. NW Poynor on Fourche Creek

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Nuphar advena (Aiton) W. T. Aiton
Jean Wandel   s.n.1973-08-25
United States, Missouri, Butler, Wests pond

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Nuphar advena (Aiton) W. T. Aiton
Otto Ohmart   19551977-07-13
United States, Michigan, Van Buren, 3 mi. W. Decatur on State Rt. 51; 1/4 mi. N on Country Rt. 215

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Nuphar advena (Aiton) W. T. Aiton
Otto Ohmart   19551977-07-13
United States, Michigan, Van Buren, 3 mi. W. of Decatur on State Rt. 51; 1/4 mi. N on County Rt. 215


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Google Map

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