Dataset: HJAEF-HJAEFB
Taxa: Cardamine
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, binder collection


HJAEF:HJAEFB
C. T. Dyrness   201967-04-24
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Watershed #1 clearcut unit, near veg. plot 105., 44.2074212791 -122.258157807, 518m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Ross Mersereau   91968-07-22
United States, Oregon, Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; near Unit L 521., 44.2574110232 -122.171821877, 884m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Cardamine oligosperma var. kamtschatica
Jerry F. Franklin   6361966-10-07
United States, Oregon, Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; temporary pond site, adjacent to Unit 15A., 44.26105 -122.17683, 1067m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   6611968-04-06
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Lookout Creek above confluence with McRae Creek., 44.23206 -122.19683, 610m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   6681968-04-06
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; lower Lookout Creek near Blue River confluence., 44.2045 -122.25246, 366m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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