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Cornell College Herbarium: Monocots.
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FamilyScientific NameSubspecific CategoryCountryStateCountyLocalityTnshp/Rng/Sec
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Collector NotesCollectorCollection NumberCollection DateCollection YearSpecial Notes
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AlismataceaeAlisma plantago-aquatica L..USAIllinoisCookRiver Forest, IL.Swamp bordered by woods. The home of the woodcock. Water-plantainMills, H.R..24-Jul-19101910.
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AlismataceaeAlisma plantago-aquatica L..USAIowaHamiltonLittle Wall Lake.Saturated soil at water's edge. Ellsworth Twp, Sec.15. Water-plantainChristiansen, P.2618-Sep-19641964.
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AlismataceaeAlisma subcordatum Raf..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lodge Area.damp sandHellwig, Bob564-Aug-19661966.
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AlismataceaeSagittaria cuneata Sheldon.USAIowaDickinson#9 pond, east, south intersection of sec.35&36T100N_R57W_Sec.35&360.5 dm of water. Presumably '#9 Pond' refers to a pond along State Hiway #9. ArrowheadChristiansen, Paul4112-Aug-19651965.
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AlismataceaeSagittaria latifolia Willd..USAIowaLinnAbbe Creek.Leaves arrow-shaped. Flowers white, rounded with 3 petals. Ponds, lakes.Kupko, Megan5218-Jul-19991999.
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AlismataceaeSagittaria latifolia Willd..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lake ACM Station.Shoreline of beaver pondHellwig, Bob5029-Jul-19661966.
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AlismataceaeSagittaria rigida Pursh.USAIowaHamiltonGoose Lake.In 6 inches of water near shore. Lyon Twp., Sec.27Christiansen, P.925-Sep-19611961.
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AlismataceaeSagittaria variabilis Engelm..USAKansasRenoTuron, KS.Aquatic. Arrow-head..11-Jul-19041904see Sagittaria latifolia Willd. [theplantlist.org]
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AlismataceaeSagittaria variabilis Engelm.var. angustifolia Englem. USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA..Newton, G.W..July 3, 18931893see Sagittaria latifolia Willd. [theplantlist.org]
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AmaryllidaceaeAtamosco atamasco [L.] Greene.USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL.Grow in patches. Low pine woods. Atamasco lily.Mills, H.R..2-Apr-19111911see Zephyranthes atamasco (L.) Herb.
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AmaryllidaceaeHypoxis erecta L..USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA. Ivanhoe Bridge..Glade...27-May-19041904see Hypoxis hirsuta (L.) Coville, Hypoxidaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AmaryllidaceaeHypoxis filifolia Elliott.USANew YorkUlsterSaugerties, NY. Saugerties, NY, Route 4.Open woods. star-grass Saugerties, NY, Route 4..27-Jul-19021902see Hypoxis juncea Smith, Hypoxidaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AmaryllidaceaeHypoxis hirsuta (L.) Cov..USAIowaBooneC&NWRR Right of WayT83N_R24W_Sec.15Mesic Prairie. Star GrassChristiansen, Paul A.18315-May-19651965see Hypoxidaceae [theplantlist.org]
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AmaryllidaceaeHypoxis hirsuta (L.) Cov..USAIowaBooneRailroad prairie, 4 miles E. of Boone, IA.Mesic prairie. Star GrassChristiansen, Paul18315-May-19651965.
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AmaryllidaceaeHypoxis hirsuta (L.) Cov..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul9912-Jun-19791979see Hypoxidaceae [theplantlist.org]
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AmaryllidaceaeHypoxis hirsuta (L.) Cov..USAIowaLinnPalisades State Park.Dry open area. Star grassAdams, James E.8816-May-19601960see Hypoxidaceae [theplantlist.org]
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AmaryllidaceaeNothoscordum striatum (Jacq.) Kunth.USAKansasDouglasBaldwin, KS.PastureMills, H.R..27-Apr-19061906see Nothoscordum bivalve (L.) Britton [theplantlist.org]. see Liliaceae in FNA, vol. 26.
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AmaryllidaceaeNothoscordum striatum (Jacq.) Kunth.USAKansasDouglasBaldwin, KS.PastureMills, H.R..29-Apr-19061906see Nothoscordum bivalve (L.) Britton [theplantlist.org]. see Liliaceae in FNA, vol. 26.
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AraceaeAcorus calamus L..USAIowaDickinsonExcelsior fensT99N_R38W_Sec.10Moist area in fen.Christiansen, Paul38522-Jul-19651965see Acoraceae [theplantlist.org]
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AraceaeAcorus calamus L..USAMinnesotaLakeBack Bay.bog by boat dockHellwig, Bob766-Aug-19661966see Acoraceae [theplantlist.org]
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AraceaeArisaema dracontium (L.) Schott.USAIllinoisCookRiver Forest, IL.Moist woods. Not abundant. Green dragon, dragon root.Mills, H.R..17-Jul-19101910.
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AraceaeArisaema dracontium (L.) Schott.USAIowaCedarFields timberT82N_R1W_Sec.1Shaded hillside. Green DragonFields, Jess25524-May-19821982.
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AraceaeArisaema dracontium (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA.Green dragonNewton, G.W..June 7, 18921892.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIllinoisCookEvanston, IL.May, 1888. Indian turnipAnderson, J. ..1888collection date: May, 1888
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIllinoisCookEvanston, IL. West of Evanston, IL.date: 1888. Jack in the pulpitChapman, Grace ..1888collection date: 1888
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnCornell PropertyT82N_R6W_Sec.13Woody, rich soil. Jack-in-the-pulpit.Burgoon, Anne85-May-19751975[This location presumably adjacent to Palisades State Park.]
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnHanging BogT83N_R8W_Sec.3Moist woodland. NW1/4_Sec.3Taylor, Susan11876-May-19791979.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnCornell Property adjacent to Palisades-Kepler State ParkN41deg53.352min W91deg26.62minFound southeast of cleared area in shade in a group. Tube flap is dark purple with stripes. Base of tube is light green. Two stalks, sheathed, speckled brown and green. Three green leaves that have slight curl. alt. +/- 723'.Eanes, Kelley610-May-19971997 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades Kepler State ParkN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minSpathe green with brown stripes, bent over light green spadix. One leaf coming off main stem, three leaflets. Alt. 992' +/- 177'.Fritton, Jenifer45-May-19981998 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades Kepler State Park, just off the roadside on land owned by Cornell CollegeN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minThis male was found in an area consisting mainly of maple trees. It was not near any other jack-in-the-pulpits. The plant had one leaf, a green stem, purple spadix, and the spathe was striped purple at the tip and base. Alt: 992 +/- 177'.Thunberg, Cheyann511-May-19981998 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades Kepler State Park, just off the roadside on land owned by Cornell CollegeN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minThis male was found in an area consisting mainly of maple trees. It was near one male and one female jack-in-the-pulpit. The plant has two leaves, a green stern and spadix, and the spathe was striped purple at the base. Alt: 992 +/- 177'.Thunberg, Cheyann411-May-19981998 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades Kepler State Park, just off the roadside on land owned by Cornell CollegeN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minThis female was found in an area consisting mainly of maple trees. It was not near any other jack-in-the-pulpits. The plant had one leaf and a green stem, spathe, and spadix. Alt: 992 +/- 177'.Thunberg, Cheyann311-May-19981998 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades Kepler State Park, just off the roadside on land owned by Cornell CollegeN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minThis female was found in an area consisting mainly of maple trees. It was not near any other jack-in-the-pulpits. The plant had one leaf and a green stem, spathe, and spadix. Alt: 992 +/- 177'.Thunberg, Cheyann211-May-19981998 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades Kepler State Park, just off the roadside on land owned by Cornell CollegeN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minThis male was found in an area consisting mainly of maple trees. It was next to 2 other males. The plant had one leaf, a purplish stem, and the spathe was purple at the tip and base. Alt: 992 +/- 177'.Thunberg, Cheyann14-May-19981998 I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades-Kepler State ParkN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minTwo broad leaves with three large leaflets. Yellow spores are present on the under side of the leaves and on the spathe. The leaves are smooth on top and entire. The flower is auxiliary to the leaves. The spathe is green at the base with a little purple and very purple color on top. The spadix is greenish yellow. The stems are dark purple. Found in woods near others, large in size. Alt: 992 +/- 177'. Jack-in-the-Pulpit..... I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades-Kepler State ParkN41deg53.352min W91deg26.620minTwo broad leaves with three leaflets that are smaller than normal. The leaves are smooth on top and entire. The flower is auxiliary to the leaves. The spathe is green with a little purple color near the top. The spadix is green. Stems are dark green. Found in woods near others, smaller in size. Alt: 992 +/- 177'. Jack-in-the-Pulpit.Knaup, S.125-May-19981998I.D. in need of verification.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24midslope woodlandChristiansen & Chadek463-May-19691969.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA..Newton, G.W..May 18, 18921892.
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AraceaeArisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott.USAKansasDouglasBaldwin, KS. "Big Hill".Moist woods. Jack-in-the-pulpit...11-May-19031903.
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AraceaeCalla palustris L..USAMinnesotaLakeBack Bay.BogHellwig, Bob10118-Aug-19661966.
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AraceaePeltandra virginica (L.) Schott.USAFloridaDuvalOrtega, FL.Border of wooded creek. arrow arumMills, H.R..23-Apr-19111911.
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AraceaePhilodendron tripartitum (Jacq. ) Schott.BelizeToledo district, Belize.Camp 3, 6-8 km southeast of Union Camp. Trail from camp 3 toward the Jimmy cut trail.16deg23min1secN 89deg4min37secWMoist tropical mixed hardwood forest with palm and shrub understory. Soils derived from limestone. Climber with leaf divided into 3 lobes. Developing spike green. Common. altitude: 665-700 m. Plants field-collected in 70% isopropyl alcohol. Det. Thomas B. Croat (MO), 1997Hawkins, Thomas144916-Feb-19971997.
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ArecaceaeSerenoa serrulata (Michx.) Hook. f..USAFloridaDuvalPablo Beach, FL.flowering branch. common. sand hammock. Saw Palmetto.Mills, H.R..29-May-19111911see Serenoa repens (Bartram) Small [theplantlist.org]; current name of location is Jacksonville Beach, FL
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CommelinaceaeCommelina communis L..USAIowaLinnCornell College Soccer fields.Weak slender stems. Lanceolate leaves are thick and fleshy. The flowers have two conspicuous, deep blue petals and one inconspicuous white petal. 1-3 ft. Waste areas, roadsides, open fields.Kupko, Megan2629-Jun-19991999.
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CommelinaceaeCommelina erecta L..USAKansasStaffordZenith, KS.Roadside. Day flower ..21-Jul-19041904.
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CommelinaceaeCuthbertia graminea Small.USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL.Vacant lot.Mills, H.R..31-May-19111911see Callisia graminea (Small) G. C. Tucker [theplantlist.org]
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CommelinaceaeCuthbertia graminea Small.USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL.Vacant lot.Mills, H.R..31-May-19111911see Callisia graminea (Small) G. C. Tucker [theplantlist.org] [duplicate. see #1400]
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CommelinaceaeTradescantia bracteata Small.USAIowaDickinson5 mi northwest of Spirit Lake.dry prairieKaiser, Glenn47322-Jun-19651965.
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CommelinaceaeTradescantia bracteata Small.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul74321-Jun-19781978.
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CommelinaceaeTradescantia ohiensis Raf..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24forest grassland borderChristiansen & Chadek49b18-Jun-19691969.
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CommelinaceaeTradescantia virginiana L..USAKansasDouglasBaldwin, KS. A.T. & St. F. R. R. (B.B.) [Aitchinson Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. don't know meaning of B.B.].Spiderwort..21-May-19031903Spelling on label: Tradescantia virginica L.
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CyperaceaeCarex albursina Sheldon.USAIowaClaytonPikes Peak State Park.Upland red oak-sugar maple forest. Mendon Twp. Sec.26,27,34,35.....Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex Asa-Grayii L. H. Bailey.USAIllinoisCookRiver Forest, IL.Not common. Moist woods. SedgeMills, H.R..17-Jul-19101910see see Carex grayi Carey [theplantlist.org]
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CyperaceaeCarex Asa-Grayii L. H. Bailey.USAIllinoisCookRiver Forest, IL.Not common. Moist woods. SedgeMills, H.R..17-Jul-19101910see see Carex grayi Carey [theplantlist.org]
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CyperaceaeCarex austrina (Small) Mack..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand MoundT76N_R2W_Sec.33Mound slope, sandy soil. SedgeChristiansen, Paul30593-Jul-20022002.
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CyperaceaeCarex bicknellii Britt..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Low prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul1043b21-Jun-19781978Annot. by S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris.
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CyperaceaeCarex bicknellii Britt..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul103221-Jun-19781978Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex bicknellii Britt..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul103110-Jun-19791979Annot.: S.C.Zager 22MAY1989
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CyperaceaeCarex bicknellii Britt..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul1033a2-Jun-19791979Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex blanda Dewey.USAIowaClaytonPikes Peak State ParkT92N_R5W_Sec.9Moist, upland sugar maple-red oak forest.Christiansen, P.104631-May-19791979Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex blanda Dewey.USAIowaLinnMt. VernonT83N_R5W_Sec.22Grassy yard with Bromus and Agropyron plants, upland.Christiansen, Paul119919-May-19811981Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex brevior (Dewey) Mack..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Wet prairie. NE1/4,SE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul103821-Jun-19781978Annot. by S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris.
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CyperaceaeCarex brevior (Dewey) Mack..USAIowaMuscatine & LouisaBig Sand Mound PreserveT76N_R2W_Sec.33&34; T75N_R2W_Sec.3,4Old field (Deciduous).Christiansen & Johnson9019-May-19851985Annot. by S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris.
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CyperaceaeCarex brevior (Dewey) Mack..USAIowaMuscatine & LouisaBig Sand Mound PreserveT76N_R2W_Sec.33&34; T75N_R2W_Sec.3&4Sand prairie nw. of Beatty's Pond.Christiansen & Johnson70..Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex buxbaumii Wahl..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 wet, lowland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33. see Bolboschoenus fluviatilis (Torr.) SojakChristiansen, Paul103020-May-19791979Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex buxbaumii Wahl..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Low prairie. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul10292-Jun-19791979Annot. by S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris.
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CyperaceaeCarex cf pensylvanica Lam..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand MoundT76N_R2W_Sec.33Mound slope, sandy soil. SedgeChristiansen, Paul305611-Jul-20022002.
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CyperaceaeCarex conoidea Schk..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul10282-Jun-19791979Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris [1/2005]
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CyperaceaeCarex conoidea Schk..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Low prairie. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33. Det. by J. ZimmermanChristiansen, Paul102720-May-19791979.
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CyperaceaeCarex emoryi Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Wet prairie hummock. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, P.103730-Jun-19781978Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris. Orig. i.d.: Carex stricta Lam.
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CyperaceaeCarex gravida Baileyvar. gravidaUSAIowaCedarHerbert Hoover National Historic SiteT7N_R4W_Sec.7Upland savanna, seep. sedge. NE1/4_Sec.7. Det: Scott ZagerChristiansen, Paul90225-Jun-20022002.
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CyperaceaeCarex gravida Baileyvar. gravidaUSAIowaCedarHerbert Hoover National Historic SiteT7N_R4W_Sec.7Upland savanna. sedge. NE1/4_Sec.7.Christiansen, Paul90235-Jun-20022002.
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CyperaceaeCarex grisea Wahl..USAIowaMuscatine & LouisaBig Sand Mound PreserveT76N_R2W_Sec.33&34; T75N_R2W_Sec.3,4Old field (Deciduous), 30 meters east of dragline dike. orig. i.d.: Carex oligocarpa Schk.Christiansen & Johnson3429-May-19851985orig. i.d.: Carex oligocarpa Schk. Annot.: S.C. Zager & W.R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul10402-Jun-19791979Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie, hummock. NE1/4,SE1/4_Sec.33. Det. by J. ZimmermanChristiansen, Paul104520-May-19791979.
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie hummock. NE1/4,SE1/4_Sec.33. Det. by J. ZimmermanChristiansen, Paul104420-May-19791979.
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Low prairie. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul1043..Annot: Zager & Norris 1/2005
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland moist prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul104221-Jun-19791978Annot: Zager & Norris 1/2005
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Low prairie. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul104130-Jun-19781978Annot: Zager & Norris 1/2005
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CyperaceaeCarex haydenii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul103930-Jun-19781978Annot: Zager & Norris 1/2005
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CyperaceaeCarex interior Bailey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Hummock, low, wet prairie. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul102610-Jun-19791978Annot: Zager & Norris 1/2005
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CyperaceaeCarex interior Bailey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Wet upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33. Christiansen, Paul102510-Jun-19791978Annot: Zager & Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex intumiscens Rudge..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lake ACM Station.near camp.Hellwig, Bob2727-Jul-19661966Annot: Zager & Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex muehlenbergii Schkuhr ex Willd..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand Mound PreserveN41deg20.493min W91deg5.265minLocated on a very sandy, newly restored prairie. A sedge, characterized by triangular stem. A single inflorescence is terminal on the stem. Slender leaves with parallel venation, basal. Small plant, 6-10 inches. Alt. 648 ft +/- 154 ft. det. by S. C. Zager & W. R. NorrisPrice, L. L.5415-May-19971997.
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CyperaceaeCarex muehlenbergii Schkuhr ex Willd.var. muhlenbergiiUSAIowaMuscatine & LouisaBig Sand Mound PreserveT76N_R2W_Sec.33&34; T75N_R2W_Sec.3,4Sand prairie. 10 meters east of preserve gate.Christiansen & Johnson3519-May-19851985Annot. by S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris.
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CyperaceaeCarex oligocarpa Schkuhr ex Willd..USAIowaClaytonPikes Peak State ParkT92N_R5W_Sec.9Upland sugar maple-red oak forest.Christiansen, P.104731-May-19791979Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex pachystachya Presl..USAAlaskaPrince of Wales-Outer KetchikanHyder, AK Salmon river bridge.Salmon river bridgeWhited, Kirk132924-Jul-19241924No specimen present. See Carex pachystachya Cham. ex Steud.
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CyperaceaeCarex pachystachya Presl..USAAlaskaPrince of Wales-Outer KetchikanHyder, AK Salmon river bridge.Salmon river bridgeWhited, Kirk132924-Jul-19241924No specimen present. See Carex pachystachya Cham. ex Steud.
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CyperaceaeCarex peckii Howe.USAIowaClaytonPikes Peak State ParkT92N_R5W_Sec.9Upland sugar maple-red oak forest.Christiansen, P.104814-May-19791979Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex pellita Muhl. ex Willd..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul102221-Jun-19781978Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris orig. i.d.: Carex lanuginosa Michx.
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CyperaceaeCarex pensylvanica Lam..USAIowaLinnHanging BogT83N_R8W_Sec.3Along pathway. Sedge.Goodwin, Sharon & Rich Frank152-May-19751975orig. i.d.: Carex rosea
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CyperaceaeCarex richardsonii R. Br..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33Low prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, P.102120-May-19771978Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex richardsonii R. Br..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Low prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, P.102120-May-19771978Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex sartwellii Dewey.USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Wet upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33. Christiansen, P.102410-Jun-19791978Annot.: S. C. Zager & W. R. Norris
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CyperaceaeCarex sp..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minLocated on a recently burned prairie. A sedge, characterized by triangular stem. A single inflorescence is terminal on the stem. Slender leaves with parallel venation, basal. Small plant, 5-8 inches. Alt. 789 ft +/- 181 ft.Price, L. L.3513-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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CyperaceaeCarex sp..USAIowaLinnFarm of Laura KrouseN 41 deg 55.468min W 91 deg 25.448minCollected in moist soil. Triangular shaped stem. Leaves exhibit sheathing attachment. Three green/yellow inflorescences are present.Backman, P. A.715-May-19981998.
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CyperaceaeCarex sprengellii Dewey.USAIowaLinnCornell College, by biology bldg.T82N_R5W_sec.9.Kren, Bill1711-May-19811981Annot.: Zager & Norris
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