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USDA, NRCS. 2006. The PLANTS Database. National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA . http://plants.usda.gov.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15846
Type: Database
Author: USDA, NRCS.
Date (year): 2006
Title:The PLANTS Database.
Publisher:National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA .
Publisher Location:
URL: http://plants.usda.gov
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Created on:
Keywords: plants, distribution, taxonomy, NRCS, USDA
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alopecurus geniculatus

    WA - state non-specific
    OR - state non-specific
    CA - state non-specific
    ID - state non-specific
    AZ - state non-specific
    CO - state non-specific
    GA - Chatham County
    IL - state non-specific
    IN - state non-specific
    IA - state non-specific
    KS - state non-specific
    LA - state non-specific
    ME - state non-specific
    MA - state non-specific
    NV - state non-specific
    MT - state non-specific
    MS - state non-specific
    NJ - state non-specific
    NM - state non-specific
    NY - state non-specific
    ND - state non-specific
    OH - state non-specific
    OK - state non-specific
    RI - state non-specific
    TX - state non-specific
    WY - state non-specific
    UT - state non-specific
    VT - state non-specific
    CT - state non-specific
    DC - District of Columbia
    AR - state non-specific
    KY - state non-specific
    MD - state non-specific
    MI - state non-specific
    MN - state non-specific
    NE - state non-specific
    NH - Strafford County
    NH - Rockingham County
    PA - Philadelphia County
    SD - Dewey County
    SD - Dewey County
    WI - Brown County
    WI - Kenosha County
    WI - Kenosha County
    WI - Marinette County
    WV - state non-specific
    TN - Eagle's Landing Golf Course, 2.5 miles N of Sieverville

Glyceria maxima

    WI - Calumet County
    WI - Calumet County

Nymphoides peltata

    TN - Stewart County


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