Dataset: SRP
Search Criteria: U.S.A. OR USA OR United States OR United States of America; Arkansas; Saline; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium

26707R. D. Thomas, C. Amason, E. Sundell, D. Crak   1728362002-05-22
U.S.A., Arkansas, Saline, N of Alum trail off Bland trail E of Ark. 9 5 mi N of Crow.

26718R. Dale Thomas, Carl Amason, Eric Sundell, Don Crank, Theo Witsell, John Simpson, Steve Fischer, and Bill Chaney   1727952002-05-22
U.S.A., Arkansas, Saline, beside Bland trail north of Alum Trail east of Ark. 9 about 6 miles north of Crow.

26882R. D. Thomas, E. Sundell   1713562001-09-14
U.S.A., Arkansas, Saline, By Ark. 5 & Ark. 35 N of I-30 in benton.

26878R. D. Thomas, C. Amason, E. Sundell, D. Crank   1728252002-05-22
U.S.A., Arkansas, Saline, Bland trail n of Alum Trail E of Ark. 9 6 mi N of Crow.

26879R. D. Thomas, C. Amason, E. Sundell, D. Crank   1728372002-05-22
U.S.A., Arkansas, Saline, Creek draining into Saline river n of Alum Trail E of Ark. 9.

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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