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Knox, E. (director). 2017. Deam Herbarium (IND). Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29549
Type: Database
Author: Knox, E. (director).
Date (year): 2017
Title:Deam Herbarium (IND)
Publisher:Indiana University
Publisher Location:Bloomington, IN
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Keywords: Symbiota, herbarium
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Acorus calamus

    NC - 1.7 miles west of Orange-Durham County line on US 70 then 2.2 miles north and 1.2 miles northwest on Eno River

Filipendula ulmaria

    IN - 1 1/2 mi. east and about 1 mi south of Mongo

Iris pseudacorus

    IN - Kunkel Lake (NE end), Oubache State Park, ca. 3 mi ESE of Bluffton

Ludwigia cf. grandiflora/hexapetala

    NC - Greenfield Lake, Wilmington

Ludwigia grandiflora

    NC - along RR track of Co. Road 1110, 0.3 mi South of County Rd, 1112, south of Wilmington

Ludwigia hexapetala

    NC - in ditch, junction of US 401 and 70 in Raleigh

Myriophyllum spicatum

    IN - Upland [Taylor] Lake

Najas marina

    IN - Beaverdam Lake, in the inlet-pond off the east shore
    IN - Hudson Lake, boat launch at the Whistlestop Cafe located on the SE corner of the lake and directly off North Chicago Trail.
    IN - Olin Lake Nature Preserve
    IN - South central shoreline of Adam's Lake
    IN - Loon Lake

Pistia stratiotes

    AZ - main irrigation canal, vicinity of Yuma

Schoenoplectiella mucronata

    IN - Kent Road, off Highway 46, about 6 miles east of Indiana University Campus
    IN - impoundment GP-16, west of SR 59 and south of CD200S; Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, ca. 3.25 mi SW of Linton

Trapa natans

    NY - inlet of Hudson River at Norrie State Park
    MD - Potomac River, Chapel Point
    VA - Potomac River at mouth of Hunting Creek, 0.25 mi NW


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