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Barrington, D. (curator), D.J. Allard, M. Sundue, H. White, E. Allen, and A. Clark. 2015. Pringle Herbarium (VT). University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. http://www.uvm.edu/~plantbio/pringle/.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28890
Type: Database
Author: Barrington, D. (curator), D.J. Allard, M. Sundue, H. White, E. Allen, and A. Clark.
Date (year): 2015
Title:Pringle Herbarium (VT)
Publisher:University of Vermont
Publisher Location:Burlington, VT
URL: http://www.uvm.edu/~plantbio/pringle/
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Keywords: herbarium
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hydrilla verticillata [monoecious]

    MD - Potomac River, near dock behind herb garden and residence, Bryan Point
    MD - Cocktown Creek at Kings Landing Park

Najas minor

    VT - Lake Champlain at Red Rock Bay
    VT - Lake Champlain at Red Rock Bay

Trapa natans

    MA - Mt. Holyoke College Pond
    VT - Lake Champlain at Larrabee's Point
    MA - Concord River
    VT - Chipman's Point boat docks, Orwell
    MA - Concord River at Billerica
    VT - east shore of Lake Champlain between Narrows of Dresden and Red Rock Bay, west of Sheldrick Hill
    MA - Fresh Pond
    NY - Lake Champlain at Kelly [Barret] Bay south of the Narrows
    VT - eastern shore of Lake Champlain, near Bensons Landing

Typha angustifolia

    VT - Highgate, Lake Champlain at Missisquoi Bay. At mouth of Rock River
    VT - roadside swamp, East Dorset on Rt. 7


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