Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Equisetum arvense, Equisetum arvense subsp. arvense (Equisetum saxicola, Equisetum arvense f. decumbens, Equisetum arvense var. alpestre, Equisetum arvense var. boreale, Equisetum arvense var. campestre, Equisetum arvense var. ramulosum, Equisetum arvense var. riparium, Equisetum boreale, Equisetum calderi, Equisetum alpestre, Equisetum arvense f. agreste, Equisetum arvense f. alpestre, Equisetum arvense f. arcticum, Equisetum arvense f. atratidens, Equisetum arvense f. caespitosum, Equisetum arvense f. campestre, Equisetum arvense f. diffusum, Equisetum arvense f. irriguum, Equisetum arvense f. loennbohmii, Equisetum arvense f. macrostachya, Equisetum arvense f. microstachya, Equisetum arvense f. nanum, Equisetum arvense f. nemorosum, Equisetum arvense f. polystachyon, Equisetum arvense f. proliferum, Equisetum arvense f. pseudoalpestre, Equisetum arvense f. pseudonemorosum, Equisetum arvense f. pseudovarium, Equisetum arvense f. ramulosum, Equisetum arvense f. riparium, Equisetum arvense subsp. alpestre, Equisetum arvense subsp. boreale, Equisetum arvense subsp. ramulosum, Equisetum arvense var. arenicola, Equisetum arvense var. coaetaneum, Equisetum arvense var. decumbens, Equisetum arvense var. diffusum, Equisetum arvense var. erectum, Equisetum arvense var. frondescens, Equisetum arvense var. granulatum, Equisetum arvense var. nemorosum, Equisetum arvense var. nudum, Equisetum arvense var. polystachyon, Equisetum arvense var. proliferum, Equisetum arvense var. robustum, Equisetum arvense var. triangulare, Equisetum campestre, Equisetum minus, Equisetum nemorosum, Equisetum polycladum, Allostelites arvensis), Equisetum arvense subsp. diffusum (Equisetum diffusum, Equisetum diffusum var. paucidentatum, Equisetum mekongense, Equisetum wallichianum)
Search Criteria: Maryland; Soldier%Delight; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.