Dataset: SJSU
Taxa: Araceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SJSU - Carl W. Sharsmith Herbarium, San Jose State University


SJSU
3501E.J. Harrington   1965-07-11
United States, Vermont, Windham, Green R Rd, Green River

SJSU
1258C.W. Sharsmith   59941952-06-06
United States, California, Santa Cruz, near Camp Evers, Scott Valley, 37.05025 -122.03296

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7573Adrienne Libby   1977-04-21
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Whites Lagoon, Nisene Marks State Park

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9609W. Savage   13831979-07-06
United States, California, Modoc, Triangle, Antelope Plains Unit, Devils Garden District, Modoc National Forest, 1494m

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4553K.A. Scott   521960-05-21
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, 37.05655 -122.01502

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9999H.L. Buckalew   1961-06-21
United States, California, Modoc, Stough ("Stowe") Reservoir c. 2 mi N of Cedar Pass on the Alturas-Cedarville Rd, Warner Mts, 41.56219 -120.25519, 1981m

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13955N.A. Hopkins   12901985-07-03
United States, California, Sierra, by rd between Sierraville & Lemon Valley, Sierra Valley, 1768m

SJSU
Wolffiella lingulata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
7584Adrienne Libby   1977-04-21
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Whites Lagoon, Nisene Marks State Park, Aptos, 37.04692 -121.87962

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15305G. Cotterman   471985-04-20
United States, California, Santa Cruz, adjacent to Hwy 1, east of Bean Hollow State Beach; 4 m. elev., 4m

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Spirodela polyrhiza (L.) Schleid.
7949N.A. Hopkins   8951977-05-31
United States, California, Santa Cruz, N end Pinto Lake NE of Watsonville, 36.96018 -121.77345

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7240C.W. Sharsmith   43851941-05-31
United States, Minnesota, Clearwater, near Garrison Point, Lake Itaska


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