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University of Washington. 2007. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture: Herbarium.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16085
Type: Database
Author: University of Washington.
Date (year): 2007
Title:Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture: Herbarium.
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Keywords: plants, Washington, herbarium, PNW, images, WTU, herbarium
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Egeria densa

    OR - Siltcoos Lake, Millers Arm
    WA - San Juan Island, near pond on Turn Point, near east shore of San Juan Island.
    WA - San Juan Island, near pond on Turn Point, near east shore of San Juan Island.
    WA - Black Lake
    WA - Leland Lake
    WA - Big Lake
    WA - Big Lake
    WA - Clallam County
    WA - Black Lake
    WA - Wahkiakum County
    WA - Thurston County

Eichhornia crassipes

    WA - a canal in Longview

Iris pseudacorus

    WA - Lake Riley, south shore (Little Lake)
    WA - SE of La Conner, west of intersection of Rawlins and Maupin
    WA - SE of La Conner, west of intersection of Rawlins and Maupin
    ID - Greenbelt behind Boise State University
    WA - Woodland Creek, near railroad tracks
    WA - Montlake Fill (Montlake Cut?).
    WA - Vacant lot at 7100 Lake Washington Blvd NE, Renton.
    WA - Coal Creek Road and Ocean Beach Hwy
    WA - San Juan Island, Mill Pond (4.5 miles directly west of Friday Harbor).
    WA - Grays Bay, Columbia River - near east shore of Deep River mouth
    WA - Shadow Lake
    WA - Fivemile Lake
    WA - Trout Lake
    WA - Lake Number Twelve (Twelve Lake)
    WA - Allen Lake
    WA - Cottage Lake
    WA - Lake Kathleen
    WA - Walker Lake
    WA - Panther Lake, Kent and Renton area
    WA - Deep Lake
    WA - Lake Killarney
    WA - Lake Alice
    WA - Lake Sawyer
    WA - Wilderness Lake
    WA - Lucerne/Pipe Lake
    WA - Lake Geneva
    WA - Lake Holm (Neilson Lake)
    WA - Fivemile Lake

Ludwigia grandiflora

    WA - Soos Creek Gardens, near Renton
    WA - Longview, Junction of Routes 4 and 439, town of Long Beach (sic).
    OR - Eugene, between U.S. Highway 99W and Empire Park Road.
    WA - Longview, near sewage treatment plant, junction of Routes 4 and 439, town of Long Beach (sic).
    WA - Longview, near junction of Oak Street and 36th Avenue

Murdannia keisak

    WA - Columbia River, north shore below Steamboat Slough Road

Nymphoides peltata

    WA - A golf course pond, Vancouver.

Sagittaria graminea graminea

    WA - Lake Roesiger, south arm, east side.
    WA - Mason Lake

Sagittaria rigida

    WA - Crocker Lake, near the town of Quilcene
    WA - Crescent Lake
    WA - Shadow Lake
    CA - Last Chance Marsh near the head of the meadow on the N side of the Hwy. 36 Causeway at Lake Almanor

Utricularia inflata

    WA - Silver Lake
    WA - Silver Lake
    WA - Springer Lake
    WA - Springer Lake
    WA - Deep Lake

Zostera japonica

    WA - Hat Slough, mouth, north bank.
    WA - Island at west end of Ebey's Slough
    WA - Ellsworth Creek Preserve, mouth of Ellsworth Creek on S bank of Naselle River mouth
    WA - Jetty Island, cove on west side, at mouth of Snohomish River
    WA - Grays Harbor
    WA - Quartermaster Harbor, Vashon Island
    WA - Westport, 1 air mile south of jetty,near Westhaven State Park.
    WA - San Juan Islands drainage


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