Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium
(DES)
Catalog #: DES00029671
Occurrence ID (GUID): b04034fd-dc84-472b-b7cb-b2604147eb40
Taxon: Nymphoides peltatum (Gmel.) Kuntze
Family: Menyanthaceae
Collector: Andrew C. Sanders   5839   
Date: 1985-07-01
Locality: USA, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Guevavi Ranch, 5 miles (airline) north of Nogales in the Santa Cruz River Valley, between the mouths of Guevavi and Burro Canyons
31.4333  -110.917
Verbatim Coordinates: 31 26 N 110 55 W TRS:
Elevation: 1098 meters Verbatim Elevation: 3600 - ft.
Habitat: Edge of farm ponds bordered by remnant riparian forest of Populus and Prosopis.
Description: A common floating-leaved aquatic in water c. 2 ft. deep; fls. yellow.
Reproductive Condition: Flowering & Fruiting
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Record Id: b04034fd-dc84-472b-b7cb-b2604147eb40
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Andrew Salywon (asalywon@dbg.org)
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Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium (DES)
Andrew C. Sanders 58391985-07-01
Catalog Number: DES00029671
GUID: b04034fd-dc84-472b-b7cb-b2604147eb40
Latest Identification: Nymphoides peltatum (Gmel.) Kuntze


University of California, Riverside Plant Herbarium (UCR)
A.C. Sanders 58391985-07-01
GUID: UCR-BPS-39414
Latest Identification: Nymphoides peltata (S. G. Gmelin) O. Kuntze

University of Arizona Herbarium (ARIZ)
A. C. Sanders 58391985-07-01
GUID: urn:uuid:1bec0361-27ca-4a3a-9071-6a4332204b9d
Latest Identification: Nymphoides peltata (Gmel.) Kuntze
Identified by: A.C. Sanders1985-07-01

University of Texas at El Paso Biodiversity Collections Herbarium (UTEP:Herb)
Collector(s): Andrew C. Sanders 58391985-07-01
Catalog Number: UTEP:Herb:30926
GUID: http://arctos.database.museum/guid/UTEP:Herb:30926?seid=3557211
Latest Identification: Nymphoides peltata (S. G. Gmel.) Kuntze
Identified by: Andrew C. Sanders1985-07-01

Clifton Smith Herbarium, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (SBBG)
A. C. Sanders 58391985-07-01
Catalog Number: 80522
GUID: 75b16d4b-1a46-40f6-80cd-0aec53bbfa9e
Latest Identification: Nymphoides peltatum

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