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|Institution:||University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Accession: UWSP142861|
|Family: Ranunculaceae||Taxon: Anemone acutiloba (DC.) G.Lawson sharp-lobed hepatica|
|Location:||- Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Medford District, SE of the intersection of FSR 582 and FSR 1562, logging study site 3 treatment|
|TRSQ:||33N 01W 07|
|Lat. Long:||45.362216º N;  90.545016º W|
|Habitat:||Northern Mesic Forest; silty loam soils. Associated species: Anemone quinquefolia, Cardamine concatenata, Fraxinus americana, Impatiens capensis, Ostrya virginiana. Common name: Sharp-lobed hepatica. Anishinaabe name: Animozoid (Zichmanis & Hodgins).|
|Collector:||Aldred, Tanya Coll. No.: s.n. Coll. Date: 7/11/2006|
|Addl. Collectors:||Danielsen, Karen|
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