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Cameron, K.M. (director), and M.A. Feist (curator). 2012. University of Wisconsin - Madison Herbarium (WIS). University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28842
Type: Database
Author: Cameron, K.M. (director), and M.A. Feist (curator).
Date (year): 2012
Title:University of Wisconsin - Madison Herbarium (WIS)
Publisher:University of Wisconsin - Madison
Publisher Location:Madison, WI
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Keywords: herbarium
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Butomus umbellatus

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

Iris pseudacorus

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

Marsilea oligospora

    FL - Orange Bend

Myriophyllum aquaticum

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

Najas minor

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

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

Pontederia crassipes

    LA - between Berwick Bay and Bayou Lafourche

Potamogeton crispus

    MN - Pile Lake [?], Kellogg

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 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

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]

Typha X glauca

    NE - roadside drainage ditch S of Minatare


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