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McCook, L. (curator). 2014. Thomas M. Pullen Herbarium (MISS). University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS. http://www.herbarium.olemiss.edu/.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10733
Type: Database
Author: McCook, L. (curator).
Date (year): 2014
Title:Thomas M. Pullen Herbarium (MISS)
Publisher:University of Mississippi
Publisher Location:Oxford, MS
URL: http://www.herbarium.olemiss.edu/
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Keywords: herbarium
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Acorus calamus

    TN - 4 mi N of Oxford.
    MS - Rawls Springs
    MS - Rawls Springs
    NC - Little River, Mitchell's Mill, ca 2 mi E of Rolesville.

Alternanthera philoxeroides

    MS - Biloxi, sandy coasts and ridge thickets

Cyperus difformis

    MS - 1 mi S by Hwy MS 611 from jct of Hwys US 90 and MS 63, vi. Of Bayou Casotte industrial development nr. RR & MS 611, T 8S, R 5W, sec 4 & 5
    MS - E Lucedale, 2.3 mi E jct Hwys MS 26 & 63; 1.8 mi S jct Hwys US 98 and MS 63; T1S R6W S/2 sec 26

Egeria densa

    MS - First small bridge after passing the overpass of Hwy I-59, going N on Hwy 49

Eichhornia crassipes

    MS - unnamed pond near Wilkinson
    MS - Homochitto National Forest. Clear Springs Recreation Area, S of US Hwy 98/84, SW of Meadville. T5N R2E S2.

Pistia stratiotes

    LA - 3 mi W of the Tangipahoa-Washington Parish line E of Ponchatoula


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