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Catalog (Accession) #: 515050
Occurrence ID (GUID): 833f45db-a072-4252-b781-a7b79c4bd54e
Secondary Catalog (Accession) #: 1019749
Taxon: Eleocharis acicularis (Leiberg, J.B.)
Family: Cyperaceae
Collector: Lee, Michael   MDL3792   
Date: 2004-08-13
Locality: United States, Minnesota, Todd, TODD COUNTY...6 1/2 miles southwest of Staples...(tributary to Moran Creek)...T132N R33W NE1/4 of SW1/.4 of NW1/4 Sec.6;;132N;33W;06
46.274299  -94.886073 +-800m.  WGS84
Habitat: Gently-rolling terrain ... In shallow slack water along an unnamed creek ... flowing through disturbed, narrow, inter-drumlin meadow dominated by Phalis arundinacea. Substrate is shallow mud over sand and gravel. Water is cold and clear (spring-fed). Full sun. Associated species include Penthorum sedoides, Myosotis laxa, Alisma triviale, Scirpus cyperinus, Mimulus ringens, Sium suave, Poa palustis, Carex retrorsa, Phalaris arundinacea.
Preparations: single sheet
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Rights Holder: Bell Museum
Access Rights: Users are required to adhere to Bell Museum collections policy. Questions may be directed to the curator in charge.
Record Id: 833f45db-a072-4252-b781-a7b79c4bd54e
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Dr. George Weiblen (museum-herbarium@umn.edu)
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