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Freeman, C.C., M. Mort (curators), C. Morse (manager), J. Archibald, and D. Crawford. 2010. R.L. McGregor Herbarium (KANU). Bridwell Botanical Research Laboratory, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. http://botany.biodiversity.ku.edu/collections.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28163
Type: Database
Author: Freeman, C.C., M. Mort (curators), C. Morse (manager), J. Archibald, and D. Crawford.
Date (year): 2010
Title:R.L. McGregor Herbarium (KANU)
Publisher:Bridwell Botanical Research Laboratory, University of Kansas
Publisher Location:Lawrence, KS
URL: http://botany.biodiversity.ku.edu/collections
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Keywords: herbarium
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Acorus calamus

    OK - Thurmond Ranch. Densely wooded riparian corridor along upper reaches of Broken Leg Creek and adjacent oak mottes

Egeria densa

    KS - Lawrence, 1st and Michigan Streets, private pond

Iris pseudacorus

    KS - Pottawatomie County Lake No. 1
    KS - Eskridge, 2.5 mi W.
    KS - Atwood, 0.25 mi W.
    KS - 6.1 mi N Linn Co line, 3 mi E Franklin Co
    KS - 2 mi N Linn Co line, 4 mi E Franklin Co line
    KS - Pottawatomie County Lake No. 1

Potamogeton crispus

    KS - Wells, 4 mi SW.
    KS - Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant, West of Olathe.
    KS - Oskaloosa, 1 mi S.
    KS - Marquette, 4 mi S, 3 mi E.
    KS - Pratt County State Fish and Game Lake, 2 mi SE of Pratt submerged in small pond on E side
    KS - Riverton, 0.5 mi E
    KS - Belvidere, 3 mi SW

Salix atrocinerea

    NC - Ca 1.2 mi S of jct NC 280 on I-26
    NY - Somers, Hwy 35, 0.4 mi SE of Whitehall Corners
    PA - N of Scandia along Scandia Road

Typha domingensis

    IA - Louisville Bend Wildlife Management Area. Oxbow lake on E side of Missouri River. Muddy flats along lake.

Veronica anagallis-aquatica

    KS - Burr Oak, 6 mi NE. Rocky prairie ravine. In drainage ditch


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