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University of Minnesota. 2021. J. F. Bell Museum of Natural History Herbarium (MIN). SEINet Data Portal. Accessed on 05/06/2021.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18407
Type: Database
Author: University of Minnesota
Date (year): 2021
Title:J. F. Bell Museum of Natural History Herbarium (MIN)
Publisher:SEINet Data Portal
Publisher Location:
Accessed on: 05/06/2021
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Keywords: plants, Minnesota, herbarium, MIN, Symbiota
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Butomus umbellatus

    MN - Detroit Lake
    MN - Morristown (City) Pond
    MN - Sauk River at the Hwy 50 bridge just downstream from the town of Little Sauk

Hydrocotyle ranunculoides

    MN - Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, S-5 Wetland (33B3) Prior Lake
    MN - Sunset Pond Park, Burnsville. West central shoreline of pond, N of intersection of West Preserve Bldv. and Iris Court and S of the intersection of West preserve Blvd. and 137 1/2 st. W; Agassiz Dunes Scientific Natural Area

Iris pseudacorus

    MN - Approximately 2.24 miles NW of Jacobson, MN; just north of the Mississippi River between two bends in the river. T53N R23W S32

Marsilea oligospora

    FL - Vicinity of Eustis

Najas minor

    MN - Lac Lavon Lake
    IL - Devil's Kitchen Lake, shoreline near dam on northern end, Tacoma Lake Rd

Nasturtium officinale

    MN - Lake City
    MN - Lake City
    MN - West Indian Creek 5 mi NNE of Plainview; major tributary valley just E of the creek [Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest]

Oenanthe javanica

    MN - Saint Peter Trout Ponds Aquatic Management Area, 2.5km north of Hwy 99 on Ottawa Rd.

Potamogeton crispus

    MN - Snake Creek [Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest]
    MN - Upper Mississippi National Wildlife Refuge; Robinson Lake; Mississippi River backwater 3 mi N of Kellogg

Typha × glauca

    MN - ridgetop along Hwy 60 E of Zumbro Falls 2 1/4 mi. SWSE of section;Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest;110N;13W;33


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