Dataset: Western Connecticut State University-WCSU
Search Criteria: United States of America OR USA OR U.S.A.; Louisiana; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium


Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
Limnosciadium pinnatum (DC.) Mathias & Constance
WCSU-00158R. Dale Thomas   234211971-06-08
United States of America, Louisiana, Ouachita Parish

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
Aster lateriflorus (L.) Britton
WCSU-00418R. Dale Thomas   867231983-11-08
United States of America, Louisiana, Tensas

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-00694R. Dale Thomas   192391970-06-08
United States of America, Louisiana, East of Monroe

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-00928R. Dale Thomas   175041970-02-27
United States of America, Louisiana, Union, 3 Miles NW of Spencer

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-01132R. Dale Thomas   232291971-05-23
United States of America, Louisiana, Ouachita

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-01975R. Dale Thomas   229571971-04-28
United States of America, Louisiana, Ouachita

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-01991R. Dale Thomas   215481970-10-03
United States of America, Louisiana, Lovelace Lake

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-04059R. Dale Thomas   225801971-03-29
United States of America, Louisiana, Ouachita Parish

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
Seymeria cassioides (J.F. Gmel.) S.F. Blake
WCSU-04364R. Dale Thomas   504451976-09-23
United States of America, Louisiana, LaSalle

Western Connecticut State University:WCSU
WCSU-04540R. Dale Thomas   183281970-05-05
United States of America, Louisiana, Morehouse


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