Dataset: CHSC-V
Taxa: Zannichelliaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Chico State Herbarium


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CHSC076023Lowell Ahart   81881999-08-22
United States, California, Butte, In a small pond, along the east side of the Sacramento River, northwest of Parrott Landing, about 1 mile southeast of Ord Ferry, about 2 miles southeast of Ordbend, about 12 miles (air) southwest of Chico. T20N R01W S, 39.619167 -121.979444, 32m

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CHSC045320Vernon Oswald   37101988-10-23
United States, California, Butte, Wurlitzer Unit, Vina Plains Preserve. In a farm pond. T23N R01W S04 NE1/4 of NW1/4, 39.881944 -121.986389, 58m

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CHSC061501Vernon H. Oswald   54691993-06-01
United States, California, Glenn, Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge located ca. 7 mi S of Willows, in the ditch along the W boundary just S of the road to the headquarter's complex (Cell 3 of Tract 11). T18N R03W S10 SW1/4 of NW1/4, 39.43 -122.190833, 29m

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CHSC060934Vernon H. Oswald   55741993-06-23
United States, California, Glenn, Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge located ca. 7 mi S of Willows, along the W edge of Tract 30. On the bottom of pools. T18N R03W S27 NE1/4 of NW1/4, 39.390556 -122.184722, 26m

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CHSC046887Vernon Oswald   39931989-09-07
United States, California, Tehama, Outlet at the base of Black Butte Dam. On the s side of an impounded pool at the hydroelectric plant. T23N R04W S29 SE1/4 of SE1/4, 39.815278 -122.330833, 122m

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CHSC084770R. L. Hartman   3551967-06-23
United States, Illinois, Hancock, Taylor Slough, south of Warsaw. Along shore.

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CHSC075346Richard R. Halse   24021981-07-19
United States, Oregon, Wasco, In the Deschutes River, just upstream from Maupin, .6 miles south of U.S. Hwy. 197, on east bank of Deschutes River. T05S R14E S05, 260m

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CHSC068644Vernon H. Oswald; Lowell Ahart   83821997-05-07
United States, Nevada, Washoe, Sand Pass-Gerlach Rd. at Bonham Ranch. In a pond. T28N R19E S12, 1177m

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CHSC067053Albert N. Steward; David G. Marshall   72341956-08-08
United States, Oregon, Harney, Malheur Lake, east of Graves Pt. In lake.

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CHSC062826Albert N. Steward; Charles G. Hansen   70051955-11-12
United States, Oregon, Harney, South of Harney Lake. In pool., 1280m

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CHSC019571L. W. Miller   1933-07-29
United States, Little Miller's Bay.

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CHSC003133M. Anthony   1945-08-02
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Northern Michigan. Indian river.

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CHSC074622Sean Strait   441996-10-26
United States, Colorado, Jefferson, South Platte River, Waterton Canyon, 1 mile W of parking lot near first picnic area. T06S R69W S34 USGS Quadrangle: Kassier, 1707m

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CHSC094394Lowell Ahart   132342006-08-22
United States, California, Colusa, On the north side of Stony Creek, about 50 yards east of the north end of the bridge across Stony Creek, just north of Stonyford. T18N R06W S29 between SW1/4 and SE1/4, 39.382222 -122.551667, 347m

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CHSC102294Lowell Ahart   164672009-10-12
United States, California, Napa, Small pool in Capell Creek south of Rest Area, 3/4 mile northeast of Highway 128 on Berryessa Knoxville Road, 3/4 mile southwest of Capell Cove Launch Ramp on Berryessa Knoxville Road, about 19 miles (air) west of Winters. T08N R03W S30 E border of SW1/4, 38.510278 -122.2325, 437m

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CHSC101031John Dittes   13162006-02-06
United States, California, Merced, Great Central Valley; San Joaquin Valley; "TNC Conservation Farms and Ranches"; ca 11.4 air miles southwest of Merced (City Hall), ca 1.4 air miles south of Crane-Ventura Road, ca. 0.5 mile east of Dan McNamera Road; first east-west road south of Owens Creek. T08S R12E S21 NW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Turner Ranch 1:24,000, 37.223056 -120.663333, 30m


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