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Date: May 1804

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icon-4 Amorpha fruticosa L.
desert false indigo

An image of the specimen in the Lewis and Clark herbarium. . . .
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icon-4 Hydrastis canadensis L.
goldenseal

This entry describes one of 30 specimens that were sent to President Jefferson from Fort Mandan and then logged into ...  more>>

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icon-3 Neotoma floridana
Eastern Wood Rat

Capt. Clark, May 31, 1804--Several rats of Considerable Size was Caught in the woods to ...  more>>

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icon-3 Odocoileus virginianus
White-tailed Deer

Capt. Clark, May 19, 1804--R. Fields kill a Deer today,
Capt. Clark, September 16,...  more>>

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icon-5 Phrynosoma cornutum Harlan
Texas horned lizard
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icon-4 Populus deltoides Bartr. ex Marsh. ssp. monilifera (Ait.) Eckenw.
plains cottonwood

The Corps members were almost in constant sight of cottonwoods and/or willows all along the Missouri River to ...  more>>

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icon-4 Rorippa sinuata (Nutt.) A.S. Hitchc.
spreading yellowcress

This entry describes one of 30 specimens that were sent to President Jefferson from Fort Mandan and then logged into ...  more>>

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icon-4 Thlaspi arvense L.
field pennycress

This entry describes one of 30 specimens that were sent to President Jefferson from FortMandan and then logged into ...  more>>


 
Image Display <EM>Thlaspi arvense</EM> L.
Thlaspi arvense L.


 
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