Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Woodsia obtusa, Woodsia obtusa subsp. obtusa, Woodsia obtusa subsp. occidentalis
Search Criteria: indiana; Lat: 40.35612 - 40.37612 Long: -87.1073 - -87.0923; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Indiana University Herbarium, Deam Herbarium


IND
Woodsia obtusa (Spreng.) Torr.
IND-0161567Richard M. Hull   44792022-08-04
United States, Indiana, Warren, Weiler-Leopold Nature Preserve and Black Rock Barrens; located 45 meters NW of Wabash River and 80 meters S of E 350 N, 40.365763 -87.09946, 179m


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