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|Institution:||University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Accession: UWSP041256|
|Family: Ranunculaceae||Taxon: Anemone patens L. var. multifida Pritz. American pasqueflower, prairie-smoke|
|Location:||City of Wautoma- About 2 mi NW of Wautoma "Suszko Ridge." (NW corner of Sec. 28.)|
|TRSQ:||19N 10E 28 NW4|
|Habitat:||Steep, dry morainic hills; sandy and rocky soil. Some oaks bordering area. Vegetation of dry prairie species, although somewhat distributed. [Common name] Pasque flowers; very abundant, but only ca. 10-12 plants flowering at this time.|
|Collector:||Freckmann, Robert W. Coll. No.: 11155 Coll. Date: 9/2/1974|
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