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Dunn, C.P., and R.R. Sharitz. 1990. The history of Murdannia keisak (Commelinaceae) in the Southeastern United States. Castanea 55(2):122-129.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10494
Type: Journal Article
Author: Dunn, C.P., and R.R. Sharitz
Date (year): 1990
Article Title:The history of Murdannia keisak (Commelinaceae) in the Southeastern United States.
Journal Name: Castanea
Volume: 55
Issue: 2
Pages: 122-129
Keywords: Murdannia keisak
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Murdannia keisak

    FL - Paynes Prairie
    GA - Piedmont
    GA - Georgia Coastal Plain, coastal areas
    VA - James River
    OR - Columbia River Estuary.
    SC - Minim Island, Santee River Delta
    NC - French Broad-Holston drainage
    NC - University Lake, near Chapel Hill.
    NC - Santee (HUC6) non-specific
    NC - Upper Pee Dee (HUC6) non-specific
    NC - Lower Pee Dee (HUC6) non-specific
    NC - Neuse (HUC6) non-specific
    NC - Pamlico (HUC6) non-specific
    NC - Albermarle-Chowan drainage
    NC - Roanoke (HUC6) non-specific
    AL - Coosa-Tallapoosa
    GA - Suwannee (HUC6) non-specific
    GA - Savannah (HUC6) non-specific
    SC - Edisto-South Carolina Coastal (HUC6) non-specific
    SC - Santee (HUC6) non-specific
    SC - Lower Pee Dee (HUC6) non-specific
    VA - Kanawha (HUC6) non-specific
    VA - James (HUC6) non-specific
    VA - Potomac (HUC6) non-specific
    FL - Columbia County
    FL - Bradford County
    FL - Duval County


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