Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lycopodiella margueritae
Search Criteria: Illinois; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


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Lycopodiella margueritae J. G. Bruce et al.
V0031046FJ. A. Steyermark   650101947-09-14
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook

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Lycopodiella margueritae J. G. Bruce et al.
C0611739FJ. W. Thieret   14171955-07-02
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook

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Lycopodiella margueritae J. G. Bruce et al.
C0611741FL. N. Johnson   37871886-09-04
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook

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Lycopodiella margueritae J. G. Bruce et al.
V0031047FJ. W. Thieret   14171955-07-02
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook

F
Lycopodiella margueritae J. G. Bruce et al.
C0611740FJ. A. Steyermark   650101947-09-14
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook

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Lycopodiella margueritae J. G. Bruce et al.
V0031045FL. N. Johnson   37871886-09-04
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook


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