Dataset: WIS
Taxa: Caeruleum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Caeruleum heppii (Nägeli ex Körb.) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0016434C.M. Wetmore   240081974-08-21
United States, Minnesota, Clearwater, Itasca State Park, near Brower Inn, open area near old cabin, 47.19451 -95.16643

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Caeruleum heppii (Nägeli ex Körb.) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0105528John W. Thomson   37351950-08-07
Canada, Manitoba, The West of Hudson's Bay, along road 6 miles north of The Pas, 53.906116 -101.289662

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Caeruleum heppii (Nägeli ex Körb.) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0105529Shirley C. Tucker   175201978-04-09
United States, Louisiana, Natchitoches, Kitsatchie National Forest, Longleaf Trail Vista, Red Dirt Game Management Area, about 35 miles W-NW of Alexandria, 31.48 -92.981944

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Caeruleum immersum (Fink) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0106158William R. Buck   344951998-09-04
United States, Wisconsin, Sauk, Baraboo Hills, Spring Green Preserve State Natural Area, off Jones Road, 43.2 -90.066667

WIS
Caeruleum immersum (Fink) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0085489Clifford M. Wetmore   265971976-08-18
United States, Minnesota, Hubbard, Itasca State Park, near La Salle Creek in NE-corner of park, 47.2333333 -95.15

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Caeruleum heppii (Nägeli ex Körb.) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0088414J.P. Norrlin   s.n.1874-00-00
Russian Federation, Karelien Republic, Karelia Ladogensis: Ruskeala

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Caeruleum heppii (Nägeli ex Körb.) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0089340Anders Nordin   25781990-06-30
Sweden, Hälsingland (Hls), Norrala par, c. 2.5 km N of Söderhamn, Vågbro; at an old quarry., 61.316667 17.066667, 5m

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Caeruleum heppii (Nägeli ex Körb.) K. Knudsen & L. Arcadia
WIS-L-0089341A. Hohenester   s.n.1965-02-19
Morocco, Assa: verfestigte quartäre Oued- Schotter, 28.609861 -9.429861


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