Dataset: SRP
Taxa: Marsilea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
8528B. Ertter   75661975-06-06
U.S.A., Idaho, Gooding, On wet bank of Thorn Creek., 1220m

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5535A. Debolt   10881989-05-09
U.S.A., Idaho, Lincoln, ~30 mi NW of Twin Falls, along Preacher Creek., 1220m

SRP
11712R. L. Lingenfelter   1691946-05-10
U.S.A., Idaho, Lewis, Creek E of Nez Perce.

SRP
20985W. H. Baker   50611947-08-29
U.S.A., Oregon, Curry, Rogue river Canyon near mouth Two Mile Creek, S Illahe.

SRP
24229R. D. Thomas, E. Sundell   1674742000-09-15
U.S.A., Arkansas, Lincoln, Huff Island Park At Hardin Lock & Dam at end of Ark. 111 N o.

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24230J. F. Smith   37081997-05-28
U.S.A., Idaho, Camas, Wilder Rd. Parellel to Rt. 20., 43.283333 -114.783333, 1550m

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25652R. D. Thomas, C. Caplan   1494551996-06-02
U.S.A., Louisiana, Ouachita, Lazarre point Park S of W Monroe.

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26625C. E. Depoe   6966-21967-04-18
U.S.A., Louisiana, La Salle, South fork at end of La. 776,S ofJena.

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44294J. F. Smith   100222011-09-25
U.S.A., Idaho, Valley, Lake Cascade shore., 44.525483 -116.103517, 1485m

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44295David Giblin   10422007-07-22
U.S.A., Oregon, Harney, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Center Patrol Road. Knox Pond., 42.891667 -118.881667, 1275m

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44296D. Giblin   10782007-07-22
U.S.A., Oregon, Harney, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Canal and adjacent wetland along side road; about 0.1 mile North of milepost 54., 42.888333 -118.898333, 1270m

SRP
54865J. F. Smith   130252015-09-06
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Halverson Lakes., 43.291132 -116.496436, 713m

SRP
69158Ray J. Davis   28091940-07-19
U.S.A., Idaho, Camas, Camas Cr.

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73336Arnold Tiehm, J. Nachlinger   185762019-08-20
U.S.A., Nevada, Elko, Willow Creek Reservoir along the Midas-Tuscarora road on the south side of Willow Creek Ridge., 41.21441 -116.51914, 1646m


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