Dataset: MOR
Taxa: Protoblastenia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012961-MORGerould Wilhelm   176091989-10-08
U.S.A., Missouri, Gasconade, About 3 miles north of Bland, north of Clear Creek Bridge, east of Hwy A., 38.340526 -91.620039

MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012960-MORDouglas Ladd   130881988-04-23
U.S.A., Missouri, Barry, Roaring River State Park, about 6 miles south of Cassville; along Fire Tower Trail., 36.577272 -93.821435

MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012958-MORRichard D. Hyerczyk   19282004-05-20
U.S.A., Illinois, Will, Near Romeoville, at Des Plaines River Preserves-Romeoville Prairie State Nature Preserve., 41.648756 -88.069486

MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012955-MORGerould Wilhelm   183031990-06-14
U.S.A., Illinois, Boone, About 1.5 miles northwest of Irene, north of Poole Road, 0.5 mile west of Wheeler Road, at the Flora Prairie., 42.188775 -88.929986

MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012959-MORRichard D. Hyerczyk   11851994-04-16
U.S.A., Illinois, Will, Near Bolingbrook, at Veterans Woods Forest Preserve along Joliet Road just northeast of Rt. 53., 41.671047 -88.057948

MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012956-MORW.C. Whiteside   s.n.1975-07-00
U.S.A., Illinois, Vermilion, Kinnecot C. Park.

MOR
Protoblastenia rupestris (Scop.) J. Steiner
L-0012957-MORRichard D. Hyerczyk   4151992-06-21
U.S.A., Illinois, Cook, Near Palos Park, in Cap Sauers Holding Preserve about one mile west of Willow Springs Road along Rt. 83., 41.68753 -87.899199


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