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University of Wisconsin - Madison. 2017. Wisconsin State Herbarium (WIS). SEINet Data Portal. swbiodiversity.org. Accessed on 04/30/2021.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28842
Type: Database
Author: University of Wisconsin - Madison
Date (year): 2017
Title:Wisconsin State Herbarium (WIS)
Publisher:SEINet Data Portal
Publisher Location:
URL: swbiodiversity.org
Accessed on: 04/30/2021
Created on:
Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota, WIS
DOI: b20b8d91-3255-4926-93e6-af9c6ad60faf
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Butomus umbellatus

    WI - Wolf River, on the right side, opposite Red Banks Resort

Eichhornia crassipes

    LA - between Berwick Bay and Bayou Lafourche

Iris pseudacorus

    UT - S of Salt Lake City at 7 E and 3850 South

Lythrum salicaria

    IL - Hwy 80 at [Mississippi] Palisades State Park; "Driftless Area"
    IL - Marion County

Marsilea oligospora

    FL - Orange Bend

Myosotis scorpioides

    IL - Spring Creek; Naperville
    IL - Wheatland
    IL - Naperville

Myriophyllum aquaticum

    NC - Merchant's Mill Pond, canoe launch
    GA - Magnolia Springs [State Park]

Najas marina

    WI - Green Lake
    WI - Random Lake
    WI - Rock Lake
    WI - Ashippun Lake
    WI - Long Lake, 2 miles N of Burlington
    MI - Peach Lake ca. 3.5 mi NE of West Branch
    WI - Lake Ripley
    WI - Mud Lake
    WI - Pleasant Lake, 7 miles due west of East Troy
    WI - Wind Lake, NW side of the lake. 8 km NE of Waterford
    WI - Turtle Lake, W end of boat channel along N shore
    WI - Lake Como
    WI - About 0.1 miles N of Lulu Lake and 50 meters W of the Mukwonago River
    WI - Gilbert Lake, swamp at the north end
    WI - Okauchee Lake
    WI - Ottawa Lake, 6 miles S of Dousman
    WI - Upper Phantom Lake, 1.5 miles SW of Muckwonago
    WI - School Section Lake, 3 miles SW of Dousman
    WI - SE shore of Rush Lake near Fond du Lac County line 2.5 miles NNE of Ripon

Najas minor

    WI - Storrs Lake, ca. 50 m E of boat access ramp

Nasturtium officinale

    IL - near Naperville
    IL - Naperville
    IL - Aurora [?Ill]
    IL - Naperville
    IL - Naperville
    IL - Naperville
    IL - "Manual Range"; S of Havana
    IL - Rte 116 between East Peoria and Spring Bay Rd.
    IL - N of East Peoria

Oenanthe javanica

    WI - Private residence, W side of Co. Hwy. GG, SW corner of Brodhead
    WI - Private residence, W side of Co. Hwy. GG, SW corner of Brodhead

Persicaria hydropiper

    IL - Deland [De Land]
    IL - Chicago
    IL - Riverside
    IL - Lemont
    IL - Palos Park
    IL - Palos Park
    IL - Wheatland
    IL - jct Rte IL 35 and Mazon Creek

Potamogeton crispus

    MN - Pile Lake [?], Kellogg
    IL - Des Plaines River near McKinley Woods, 2 mi S of Channahon

Rorippa sylvestris

    IL - near Chicago
    IL - Romeo [Romeoville]
    IL - Romeo
    IL - Grossdale [Brookfield]
    IL - Hinsdale
    IL - LaGrange
    IL - Romeo
    IL - Romeo [Romeoville]
    IL - N of East Peoria
    IL - Mississippi River, at Shokaquon, ca. 5.5 mi S of Gulfport
    IL - Mississippi River, ca. 4 mi S of Warsaw

Salvinia auriculata

    MN - Twin Lake, NW of Minneapolis

Trapa natans

    VA - Potomac River, below Alexandria
    NY - Crescent Lake, Mohawk River [border with Albany County]
    NY - Sanders Lake, Scotia
    MA - Subury River, Concord
    VA - Mount Vernon; Little Hunting Creek

Typha × glauca

    NE - roadside drainage ditch S of Minatare

Typha angustifolia

    NJ - marsh, Chatsworth
    NE - seepage pond S of Sutherland
    NE - drainage ditch S of Platte River, Maxwell
    NE - roadside drainage ditch S of Minatare
    IL - NE of Wichert

Typha domingensis

    WA - shore of Herman Lake
    TN - small seepage wetland in front yard of a home along TN Hwy 231 near Lebanon
    NE - drainage ditch S of Platte River, Maxwell
    NE - SE of Grand Island [near border with Merrick County]


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