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Cornell College Herbarium: Dicots
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FamilyScientific NameSubspecific CategoryCountryStateCountyLocalityTnshp/Rng/Sec and/or Lat/LongCollector NotesCollectorCollection NumberCollection DateCollection YearSpecial Notes
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AcanthaceaeCalophanes oblongifolia (Michx.) D. Don.USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL.Common. Pine woods.Mills, H.R..16-May-19111911see Dyschoriste oblongifolia (Michx.) Kuntze [theplantlist.org]
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AcanthaceaeNombre cientifico indeterminado.El SalvadorDepto. La Libertad, El Salvador, Depto. La Libertad.Bosque minLaderas de la Lagunamin, Jardin Botanico La Laguna13deg40min N, 89deg15minW.Arbusto con flories amarillas [RV]. Laderas interiores de un crater volcanico antiguo, 2m. W de N7. Alt. ca. 830 mLemus, P.RC-0011930-Jan-19881988.
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AcanthaceaeRuellia humilis Nutt.USAIowaMuscatine & LouisaBig Sand Mound PreserveT76N_R2W_Sec.33&34; T75N_R2W_Sec.3&4Sand Prairie. Wood’s edge east of Small South PondChristiansen & Johnson9621-Jun-19851985.
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AcanthaceaeRuellia strepens L..USAMissouriHenryClinton, MO.collection date: July, 1889Newton, G.W...1889.
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AceraceaeAcer negundo L..USAIowaDickinsonIowa Lakeside Laboratory GroundsT99N_R37W_Sec. 23upper woodland. BoxelderChristiansen, Paul20212-Jul-19651965see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer negundo L..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24grass-forest borderChristiansen & Chadek15930-Jul-19691969see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer rubrum L..USAMinnesotaClearwater Itasca State Park, Bohall Trail.red pine forest. Red Maple....see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer saccharinum L..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24old field, forest border, draw.Christiansen & Chadek15030-Jul-19691969see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer saccharum Marsh..USAIowaEmmetFort Defiance State Park.Oak—hickory woods. Hard Sugar MapleChristiansen, Paul35228-Jul-19651965see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer saccharum Marsh..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24oak-maple forest, matureChristiansen & Chadek13730-Jul-19691969see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer sp..USAIowaLinnFarm of Laura KrouseN 41 deg 55.468min W 91 deg 25.448minspecimen in indet. folder. Collected in moist/dry soil. Leaves opposite, palmately lobed. No flowers.Backman, P. A.2815-May-19981998see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer sp..USAIowaLinnHitaga Sand Ridge Prairie Preserve. NE of intersection of Hitaga Rd & Wapsi Ridge Drive.N42deg15min W91deg39minFound tree at edge of pond in forest area. Green branched veined leaves in groups of three. Red and green horseshoe shaped fruit.Eanes, Kelley77-May-19971997see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer sp..USAIowaLinnHitaga Sand Ridge Prairie Preserve. NE of intersection of Hitaga Road and Wapsi Ridge Road.N42deg15min W91deg39minFound near a pond in the wooded area in the afternoon. Leaves are green and have palmate venation. Leaves are lobed. No apparent hair on leaves or branch. The seeds are contained in the helicopter like bearings. Sections of the branches are gray and green in color. Sheet 1 of 2Meier, Michelle T.127-May-19971997see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer sp..USAIowaLinnHitaga Sand Ridge Prairie Preserve. NE of intersection of Hitaga Road and Wapsi Ridge Road.N42deg15min W91deg39minFound near a pond in the wooded area in the afternoon. Leaves are green and have palmate venation. Leaves are lobed. No apparent hair on leaves or branch. The seeds are contained in the helicopter like bearings. Sections of the branches are gray and green in color. Sheet 2of 2Meier, Michelle T.127-May-19971997see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer sp..USAIowaLinnCornell College Campus. Tree found in back of South Hall near the corner of Fifth Avenue S. And Third Street W..Simple opposite leaves, palmately lobed. Fruit resembles a propeller. Fissured bark.Williamson, Amy1910-May-19971997see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer spicatum Lam..USAMinnesotaClearwaterItasca State Park, Bog minDmin Trail.Lower red pine forest. Mountain Maple....see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer spicatum Lam..USAMinnesotaClearwaterItasca State Park, Bohall Trail.In middle of red pine forest. Mountain MapleChristiansen, Paul4355-Aug-19651965see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer spicatum Lam..USAMinnesotaLakeACM Wilderness Field Station, Trail west of field station..Shrubby area.Latham, Hazel118614-Jun-19831983see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AceraceaeAcer spicatum Lam..USAMinnesotaLakeCanoe Island..Hellwig, Bob3228-Jul-19661966see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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Aceraceae Acer sp..USAIowaLinnHitaga Sand Ridge Prairie PreserveN42deg15min W91deg39minWoody plant. Found by a pond. Three lobed leaves. Brown, crisp layer with a tail covering the seed.Madden, E.A.117-May-19971997see Sapindaceae [theplantlist.org].
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AmaranthaceaeFroelichia gracilis (Hook.) Moq..USAIowaMuscatine & LouisaBig Sand Mound PreserveT76N_R2W_Sec.33&34; T75N_R2W_Sec.3&4Old Field (Early succession)Christiansen & Johnson13716-Jul-19851985Chenopodiaceae of some authors.
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AnacardiaceaeRhus glabra L..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24woodland edge, mid-slope, 2 m. tail.Christiansen & Chadek17411-Aug-19691969.
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AnacardiaceaeRhus toxicodendron L..USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA. Campus. [presumably Cornell College].shade. Collection date: June, 1905. Poison Ivy, poison oak....1905see Toxicodendron pubescens Mill.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaLinnBig Sand Mound PreserveN41deg20.493-5min W91deg5.265-7minFound in middle of open hill facing north. Stem is woody. Leaves are dark green and significantly lighter green underneath. Cluster of bright yellow flowers with 5 petals. altitude 648 +/- 154min.Eanes, Kelley4815-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaLinnCamp HitagaN42deg15min W91deg39minsandy prairie.Hageness, Kyle718-May-19981998I.D. in need of verification.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaLinnHitaga Sand Ridge Prairie Preserve. NE of intersection of Hitaga Rd. and Wapsi Ridge Dr.T86N_R7W_Sec.14&23; N42deg15min W91deg39minType of tree. Very tiny flowers bunched together. Flowers were pale yellow in color.Williamson, Amy87-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand MoundN41deg20.494min W91deg5.266minOn hill in open and sunny area. Tiny yellow petals. Woody stem. Green leaves with red tints. elevation 648 +/- 154 ft.Arwood, J. M.2915-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand MoundN41deg.20.493min W91deg5.265minFound in sandy soil on side of a hill in short grass; no shade; has pinnate compound leaves; has green flowers with red centers; none of the same species was present.Trpkos, T. T.513-May-19981998I.D. in need of verification.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand Mound41deg20.493minN 9deg50.265minWGrows on prairie. Common. Yellow. Leaves smooth. altitude 648+/- 154 ft.Augden, N.H.2415-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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AnachardiaceaeRhus sp..USAIowaMuscatineBig Sand MoundN41deg20.493min W91deg5.265minFound on hill in open prairie area. Shrub-like growing along the ground. Newly budding leaves. Woody stem. Small yellow clusters of flowers. Leaves opposite. Altitude: 648ft. +/- 154 ft.Thompson, L. S.2515-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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AnonaceaeAsimina speciosa Nash.USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL.Pine woods. Flowers preceed leaves. North American papawMills, H.R..12-Mar-19111911see Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell [theplantlist.org]
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AnonaceaeAsimina speciosa Nash.USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL.Pine woods. Large creamy blossoms.. North American papawMills, H.R..12-Mar-19111911see Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell [theplantlist.org]
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AnonaceaeAsimina triloba (L.) Dunal.USAKansasDouglasBaldwin, KS. "Big Hill".Woods. Papaw...6-May-19031903.
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Apiaceae..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Kepler State ParkN 41 deg 53.352min W 91 deg 26.620minThree serrated leaves at the flower base. The small tubular flowers are green with white stamens protuding. The umbrella like flower structure are usually in groups of three. The leaves are three to five lobed and serrated. Found in open woods. Black snakeroot -Zizia, Sanicula? . altitude 992 +/- 177minKnaup, S.115-May-19951995.
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ApiaceaeChaerophyllum procumbens (L.) Crantz..USAIowaLeeShimek State ForestT67N_R7W_Sec.6Woodland. Det.: P. ChristiansenVale, Steven118512-May-19831983.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaDickinsonArendmins Kettlehole, ca. 4 mi. NW of Milford, IA.In 5dm of water. Ht. 2m. Water hemlock. sheet 1 of 2 sheetsChristiansen, Paul33327-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33Christiansen, Paul85428-Jul-19781978.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaDickinsonArendmins Kettlehole, ca. 4 mi. NW of Milford, IA.In 5dm of water. Ht. 2m. Water hemlock. sheet 2 of 2 sheetsChristiansen, Paul33327-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaDickinsonCayler PrairieT99N_R37W_Sec.17Wet slopes. Water hemlockChristiansen, Paul51726-Aug-19651965.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaEmmetAnderson Prairie, Emmet Co., Estherville, IAT100N_R34W_Sec.33Prairie pothole margin, Sprayed with 2,4-D & Banvel [14June1985]Christiansen, P.107119-Jun-19851985.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie, disturbed in the past by grazing and cultivation. NW1/4,SE1/4_Sec.33Christiansen, Paul80530-Jun-19781978.
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ApiaceaeCicuta maculata L..USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA.Railroad. Spotted cowbane, musquash root, Beaver poison..5-Jul-19051905.
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ApiaceaeCryptotaenia canadensis (L.) DC.USAIowaDickinsonMilford WoodsT98N_R37W_Sec.10Oak-Hickory associationChristiansen, Paul25415-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeCryptotaenia canadensis (L.) DC..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24oak forestChristiansen & Chadek12929-Jul-19691969.
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ApiaceaeCryptotaenia canadensis (L.) DC..USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA Campus [presumably Cornell College].Homewort. shade...20-Jun-19051905.
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ApiaceaeDaucus carota L..USAIowaCedarHoover Prairie.Leaves alternate, bi-or tri-pinnate, finely divided. Stem angled, branched and hairy. White flowers with divided bracts are in dense terminal, compound umbels. The fruit is a double achene, flattened and ribbed with hooked spines. 2-3 ft. Roadsides, opens field, and waste places.Kupko, Megan356-Jul-19991999.
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ApiaceaeDaucus carota L..USAIowaDickinsonRailroad right-of-wayT99N_R35W_Sec.1Moist prairie. Queen Annemins LaceChristiansen, Paul39929-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeEryngium yuccifolium Michx..USAIowaCedarHoover Prairie.Leaves mostly basal, yucca-like, parallel veined. spiny-edged. Flowers white, tiny and covered by bristly bracts. Prairies, dry soil. 1-4 ft.Kupko, Megan5820-Jul-19991999.
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ApiaceaeEryngium yuccifolium Michx..USAIowaDickinson#9 prairie, Superior, IA.Moist prairie. Rattlesnake master. Presumably min#9 prairiemin refers to a State hiway #9 prairie.Christiansen, Paul40129-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeEryngium yuccifolium Michx..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Upland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33.Christiansen, Paul89028-Jul-19781978.
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ApiaceaeHydrocotyle umbellata L..USAFloridaDuvalJacksonville, FL. Springfield Park..Marsh pennywortMills, H.R..4-Jun-19111911.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Kepler State ParkN 41 deg 53.352min W 91 deg 26.620minShaded, leaf litter, other plants fairly distant. Fresh scent. Very hairy stem and along veins of leaves. alt. 992 +/- 177minChristensen, Kari811-May-19981998.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnFarm of Laura KrouseN 41 deg 55.468min W 91 deg 25.448minCollected in moist soil. Basal leaves reniform, pubescent. Upper leaves pinnately lobed, serrate, attach at base of stem. No flowers.Backman, P. A.515-May-19981998.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnFarm of Laura KrouseN 41 deg 55.468min W 91 deg 25.448minCollected in moist soil. Leaves pinnately compound, serrate, and attach at the base of the plant. No flowers present.Backman, P. A.2 & 1815-May-19981998.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minSoil is dark with medium amount of moisture. Plant near crop field. Prairie had been burned off 1 month ago. Plant 16 inches high and growing in a clump. Flower yellow, leaves green with lighter green stem of plant. altitude 789min +/- 181min.Wallace, Joel1613-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minGrows on prairie. Common. Yellow. Leaves smooth, serrated. elev. 789min +/- 181min.Augden, N.H.1413-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minsandy prairie. alt 789 +/- 181min.Hageness, Kyle218-May-19981998I.D. in need of verification.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minPlants growing in clumps in prairie. Yellow umbel inflorescence, Approx. 12 inches tall. I.D. in need of verification.Friedlein, Allison14-May-19981998I.D. in need of verification.
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Apiaceaeindet..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minSunny area. Green leaves and stems. Yellow flowers. Umbel inflorescence. Found in clusters. Common. About 12 inches in height. elevation 789 ft +/- 181 ft.Arwood, J. M.1613-May-19971997I.D. in need of verification.
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ApiaceaeOsmorhiza claytonii (Michx.) Clarke.USAIowaDickinsonMilford WoodsT98N_R37W_Sec.10Oak-Hickory assoc.Christiansen, Paul25115-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeOsmorhiza claytonii (Michx.) Clarke.USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24oak forest. 1.3m tallChristiansen & Chadek12829-Jul-19691969.
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ApiaceaeOsmorhiza longistylis (Torr.) DC..USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA. Campus. [presumably Cornell College]....31-May-19041904see Osmorhiza aristata (Thunb.) Rydb. var. longistylis (Torr.) Boivin
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ApiaceaeOxypolis rigidior (L.) Raf..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 lowland prairie. NE1/4_Sec. 33Christiansen, Paul A.86428-Jul-19781978.
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ApiaceaePastinaca sativa L..USAIowaDickinsonIowa Lakeside Lab GroundsT99N_R37W_Sec.23Weedy shoreline along Little Millermins Bay in moist soil. Wild parsnipChristiansen, Paul4153-Aug-19651965.
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ApiaceaeSanicula gregaria Bickn..USAIowaDickinsonMilford WoodsT98N_R37W_Sec.10Oak-Hickory association. Black snakerootChristiansen, Paul25315-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeSanicula gregaria Bickn..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24elm-oak forestChristiansen & Chadek13029-Jul-19691969.
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ApiaceaeSanicula madrilandica L..USAIowaEmmetFort Defiance State Park.NW midslope in Maple-Basswood association. Black snakerootChristiansen, Paul34028-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeSanicula marilandica L..USAIowaLinnMt. Vernon, IA.campus. Sanicle, black snake-root..3-Jul-19051905.
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ApiaceaeSanicula trifoliata Bickn..USAIowaClaytonPikes Peak State Park.Upland red oak-sugar maple forest. Mendon Township: Sec. 26,27,34,35Christiansen, Paul9543-Aug-19781978.
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ApiaceaeSium suave Walt..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lake ACM Station.bogHellwig, Bob856-Aug-19661966.
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ApiaceaeTaenidia integerrima (L.) Drude.USAIowaEmmetFort Defiance State ParkT99N_R34W_Sec.16Upland Bur oak Forest, South-facing slopeChristiansen, P.106519-Jun-19851985.
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ApiaceaeThaspium barbinode (Michx.) Nutt..USAIowaEmmetFort Defiance State Park.NW midslope in Maple-basswood association.Christiansen, Paul34328-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeThaspium barbinode (Michx.) Nutt..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24rocky outcrop, shallow soilChristiansen & Chadek18530-Jul-19691969.
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ApiaceaeZizia aptera (L.) Koch..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33Christiansen, Paul9822-Jun-19791979.
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ApiaceaeZizia aurea (L.) Koch..USAIowaDickinsonCayler PrairieT99N_R37W_Sec.17Common along lower slopes. Golden alexanderChristiansen, Paul52126-Aug-19651965.
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ApiaceaeZizia aurea (L.) Koch..USAIowaDickinsonCayler PrairieT99N_R37W_Sec.17Mesic prairie. Golden alexander Christiansen, Paul23813-Jul-19651965.
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ApiaceaeZizia aurea (L.) Koch..USAIowaEmmetAnderson Prairie, Emmet Co., Estherville, IAT100N_R34W_Sec.33Upland prairie. Sprayed with 2,4-D and Banvel 14June1985Christiansen, P.107219-Jun-19851985.
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ApiaceaeZizia aurea (L.) Koch..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Kepler State Park.Leaves basal and alternate; twice divided into threemins. Leaflets finely sharped toothed. Tiny yellow flowers in an umbel with 6-20 rays. Roadsides, dry woods, rocky outcrops.Kupko, Megan306-Jul-19991999.
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ApiaceaeZizia aurea (L.) Koch..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN 41deg 53.340min W 91deg 26.618minLocated in a recently burned prairie. Very large spreading bush, three feet wide, one and one half feet tall. Inflorescence is an umbel and flowers are yellow. Leaves are bright green and doubly compound (three leaflets), serrate margins. Stems are thick and hollow, deeply grooved and tinged with red. Bright sunlight. elev. 789 ft +/- 181 ft. Golden AlexandersPrice, L. L.3713-May-19971997.
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ApiaceaeZizia aurea (L.) Koch..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minYellow flowers form an umbel. Doubly compound leaves with toothed leaflets. Prairie had been burned a month earlier. alt. 789 +/- 181 ft. Golden AlexandersWilliamson, Amy2513-May-19971997.
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ApiaceaeZizia sp..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN 41deg 53.340min W 91deg 26.618minOpen flowers. Found in the afternoon. Green/yellow umbels. Pinnate, serrated, glabrous leaflets. Red spots on the serrated margins. Red/green stem. No distinguishable smell. elev. 789 ft +/- 181 ft.Madden, E.A.....
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ApiaceaeZizia sp..USAIowaLinnDvork PrairieN41deg53.340min W91deg26.618minYellow flowers. Leaves opposite, 3-5 leaflets. Thick green stalk. Alt. 789 +/- 181min.Fritton, Jenifer14-May-19981998I.D. in need of verification.
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ApocynaceaeApocynum androsaemifolium L..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24oak woods, shallow soil, upland; 1 m. tallChristiansen & Chadek17911-Aug-19691969.
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ApocynaceaeApocynum androsaemifolium L..USAMichiganKentFallassburg, MI [This location just north of Lowell, MI].Dogbane. Open fence sandy roadside...30-Jun-19031903.
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ApocynaceaeApocynum androsaemifolium L..USAMinnesotaLakeACM Wilderness Field Station.By north canoe launch. Open sunny area at edge of shrub patch. Latham, Hazel118830-Jun-19831983.
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ApocynaceaeApocynum androsaemifolium L..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lake ACM Station.Sandy ridge along dry gravel road. dogbaneHellwig, Bob624-Jul-19661966.
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ApocynaceaeApocynum cannabinum L..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland aspen grove. NE1/4,SW1/4_Sec.33Christiansen, Paul81330-Jun-19781978.
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ApocynaceaeApocynum sibiricum Jacq..USAIowaDickinsonIowa Lakeside LaboratoryT99N_R37W_Sec.23Dense stand on N. side of building, upland. ht. 1.5m, lower leaves sessile. dogbaneChristiansen, P.28915-Jul-19651965see Apocynum cannabinum L. [theplantlist.org]
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ApocynaceaeApocynum sibiricum Jacq..USAIowaHowardHayden PrairieT100N_R13W_Sec.33 Lowland prairie. NE1/4_Sec.33Christiansen, Paul86628-Jul-19781978see Apocynum cannabinum L. [theplantlist.org]
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ApocynaceaeStemmadenia robinsonii Woodson.Costa RicaGuanacaste province, Costa RicaLiberia cantonP. Nac. Rincon de La Vieja Sector el Canal, a 1 Km aguas arriba de la administracion.10deg46min09secN 85deg17mun25secWArbusto de 3 m con flores amarillo y blanco, latex blanco. 900m. Identifica: J. F. Morales, Mar. 1994Rivera, Gerardo 12162-Apr-19911991.
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AraliaceaeAralia hispida Vent..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lake ACM Station.open areaHellwig, Bob796-Aug-19661966.
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AraliaceaeAralia nudicaulis L..USAIowaClaytonPikes Peak State Park.Upland red oak-sugar maple forest. Mendon Township: Sec. 26,27,34,35.Christiansen, Paul96514-Jul-19781978.
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AraliaceaeAralia nudicaulis L..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24Shallow soil on N facing slope, oak-basswood forest.Christiansen & Chadek2620-May-19691969.
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AraliaceaeAralia nudicaulis L..USAMinnesotaLakeBasswood Lake ACM Station.near camp. SasparillaHellwig, Bob2327-Jul-19661966.
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AraliaceaePanax quinquefolium L..USAIowaLinnPalisades-Dows PreserveT82N_R6W_Sec.23&24Mature woodlandChristiansen & Chadek11016-Jul-19691969.
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AristolochiaceaeAsarum canadense L..USAIowaEmmetFort Defiance State Park.oak-hickory forest. Wild GingerChristiansen, Paul35028-Jul-19651965.
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AristolochiaceaeAsarum canadense L..USAIowaLinnPalisades State Park.Moist rocky area. Wild GingerAdams, James E.2228-Apr-19601960.
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