Dataset: SEINet-Plants
Taxa: Monarda
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens

S. P. McLaughlin; N. McCarten, S. Sutherland   16861978-08-15
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Mountains, 31.7969 -110.8479, 1554m

J. J. Thornber   571903-09-14
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Stone Canyon Cabin, Santa Rita Mountains., 31.8334 -110.8529, 1524m

Monarda citriodora Cerv. ex Lag.
TROY000033772J. Kevin England   24512010-05-31
United States, Alabama, Marengo, 2.08 air mi. WNW of Alfalfa. Along E side of Cypress Dr. approx. 0.27 mi. NW of jct. with Knoxwood Cir., 32.516944 -87.799719, 32m

262203D. H. Williams   26272011-09-28
United States, Florida, Seminole Co., Markham Woods Road; E roadside near historic marker "The Springs" (Hoosier/Sanlando, Palm, Shepherds/Starbuck), Little Wekiva River., 28.0767 -81.3903

Freeman, C.C.   77461977-06-12
United States, Kansas, Riley, Dewey Ranch, Konsa Prairie, South Pasture, 39.097156 -96.569174

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