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

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H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, binder collection


HJAEF:HJAEFB
Hydrophyllum occidentale (S. Watson) A. Gray
Jerry F. Franklin   7011968-06-10
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; meadow areas along Frissell-Carpenter Mt. divide; sections 20-28., 44.24684 -122.11934, 1372m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   1771968-06-25
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; ridge between Carpenter Mountain and Frissell Point, Site 5., 44.2435010466 -122.133710153, 1372m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   2091968-07-16
United States, Oregon, Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; major peak along Carpenter-Frissell Ridge, just south of Carpenter Mountain., 44.26181 -122.13802, 1463m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
C. T. Dyrness   141967-05-17
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Watershed #1 clearcut unit, near veg. plot 1-1., 44.2074212791 -122.258157807, 610m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   051966-06-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; rock outcrops at junction., 44.2179 -122.09917, 1463m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   6711968-04-30
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; lower Lookout Creek near Blue River confluence; site Douglas-fir 3; along creek above Watershed #1 gauging house., 44.2045 -122.25246, 366m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   1631968-06-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; slopes in upper Lookout Creek basin; slope 30-100%; exposure south., 44.2362277756 -122.133709133, 915m


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