Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Chamaesyce jejuna
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Illinois Natural History Survey


ILLS
Chamaesyce jejuna Warnock & M.C. Johnst.
ILLS00138733Loy R. Phillippe, David Seigler, Angela Kerber, and John E. Ebinger   35337.12003-03-27
United States, Texas, La Salle, North of Farm Route 133 southwest of Cotulla, Texas. Chaparral Wildlife Management Area. Dry shrubland west of Mare’s Pond, survey site # 4., 28.31496 -99.34618, 165m

Lundell Herbarium at the University of Texas at Austin


LL:LL
Chamaesyce jejuna (M.C. Johnst. & Warnock) Shinners
LL00371681Marshall C. Johnston   39671959-04-19
United States, Texas, Nolan, A few miles W of Sweetwater between Interstate 20 (U.S. 80) and city dump behind Midway Motel.

University of Texas at Austin Herbarium


TEX:TEX
Chamaesyce jejuna (M.C. Johnst. & Warnock) Shinners
TEX00375933Billie Lee Turner   24-4162004-08-25
United States, Texas, Val Verde, Ca. 10.2 mi. W of Dryden.

TEX:TEX
Chamaesyce jejuna (M.C. Johnst. & Warnock) Shinners
TEX00256943Marshall C. Johnston   39671959-04-19
United States, Texas, Nolan, A few miles W of Sweetwater between Interstate 20 (U.S. 80) and city dump behind Midway Motel.


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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.