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

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Sarracenia alata Alph. Wood
Kuster   s.n.1975-06-07
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, Ocean Springs, near hospital.

SEMO
Sarracenia alata Alph. Wood
Kusters   s.n.1975-07-06
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, Ocean Springs, roadside, sandy pineland.

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Sarracenia alata Alph. Wood
Otto Ohmart   7481975-05-26
United States, Florida, Gulf, Rt. 71, 1 mile north of State Rt. 381, low sandy area.

SEMO
Sarracenia alata Alph. Wood
Otto Ohmart   7481975-05-26
United States, Florida, Gulf, Rte. 71, 1 mi. N State Rte. 381, low sandy area.

SEMO
Otto Ohmart   7941975-05-29
United States, Florida, Gulf, St. Rte. 9, 3 mi. N White City, roadside.

SEMO
Otto Ohmart   7941975-05-29
United States, Florida, Gulf, State Rt. 9, 3 miles north of White City, roadside.

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R. Kuster   
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, detailed locality information protected


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Google Map

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