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

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
10903Richard R. Halse   45011992-06-20
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, West of Corvallis off of Oak Creek Road in a small pond by the road going to Bald Hill Park., 96m

SRP
71745David Giblin   36462010-10-07
U.S.A., Washington, Grays Harbor, Black River. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife boat launch area on south side of Highway 12., 46.82992 -123.18567, 30m

SRP
74029Lowell Ahart, J. Dittes   213092016-08-25
U.S.A., California, Tehama, Southwest of the parking area , Anderson River Park, 0.7 air mile upstream from Stillwater Creek confluence, 1.8 air miles northeast of Balls Ferry Road exit from I5 in Anderson., 40.470806 -122.261528, 117m

SRP
Azolla microphylla Schltdl. & Cham. ex C. Presl
14146J. F. Smith   30001994-07-02
U.S.A., Idaho, Gem, Montour Wildlife area., 43.833333 -116.3, 800m

SRP
Azolla microphylla Schltdl. & Cham. ex C. Presl
2682C. Horton   361975-04-20
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Garden city in open stream Near Fair Grounds., 823m

SRP
Azolla microphylla Schltdl. & Cham. ex C. Presl
2754A. Strong   401975-04-22
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Hwy 20. behind Truss Joist Co. Boise., 793m

SRP
Azolla microphylla Schltdl. & Cham. ex C. Presl
2681N. Nydegger   411975-04-26
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, 3 miles west of Boise, Idaho., 793m

SRP
Azolla microphylla Schltdl. & Cham. ex C. Presl
2442Jim Harris   281975-03-27
U.S.A., Idaho, Canyon, Ditch from west side of Lake Lowell., 732m

SRP
Azolla microphylla Schltdl. & Cham. ex C. Presl
44297J. M. Glennon   13721987-06-06
U.S.A., Idaho, Bannock, Fort Hall Indian Reservation, Portneuf River and Siphon Road., 42.9415 -112.5443

SRP
44298J. F. Smith   93592010-09-26
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Hubbard Reservoir., 43.51285 -116.344667, 864m


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