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Brigham Young University. 2021. Stanley L. Welsh Herbarium (BRY). SEINet Data Portal. Accessed on 04/06/2021.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28915
Type: Database
Author: Brigham Young University
Date (year): 2021
Title:Stanley L. Welsh Herbarium (BRY)
Publisher:SEINet Data Portal
Publisher Location:
Accessed on: 04/06/2021
Created on:
Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota, BRY
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Acorus calamus

    KY - Southeast end of Lake Reba, just east of Richmond.; 0
    KY - Low area between Route 1645 and railroad tracks, across from entrance to lock #12, just west on 1645 from Route 1571 railroad underpass.; 0
    LA - Small pond beside Business Route U.S. 165 165 S at Buckhorn Bend Road and Bypass U.S. 165 s. of Monroe.; 0

Ceratopteris thalictroides

    TX - San Marcos River, Sewall Park, below Spring Lake

Egeria densa

    UT - Fish Lake, UM Creek. The Potholes.

Iris pseudacorus

    UT - Ne of Alpine, beside Dry Creek near Grove Dr trailhead to Lone Peak Wilderness Area
    UT - S of Salt Lake City at 7 E and 3850 South

Marsilea mutica

    OR - Corvallis, along SW Stoneybrook St by junction with SW Country Club Dr.

Najas marina

    MI - Peach Lake ca. 4 mi. NE of West Branch
    NE - S end of westernmost pond in S part of meadow S of the N. Platte River SW of Facus Springs, 2 1/2 mi. S, 3 mi. SE 1/2 mi. S from Bayard
    UT - Wahweep Warmwater Fish Hatchery, about 3 km NNW of Big Water, along Wahweep Creek

Najas minor

    MD - Patuxent River at Route 4 bridge, Waysons Corner near Mill Creek

Potamogeton crispus

    KY - Tate's Creek at I-75 underpass, just northwest of Richmond on KY SR 169

Salix atrocinerea

    NJ - West Milford, Warwick, Trnpk & Lake Shore Dr.


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