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

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H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, binder collection


HJAEF:HJAEFB
Prunella vulgaris var. lanceolata (W.P.C. Barton) Fernald
Jerry F. Franklin   801967-06-19
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; mouth of Lookout Creek at head of Blue River Reservoir., 44.2045 -122.25246, 488m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Ross Mersereau   201968-07-16
United States, Oregon, Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Unit L 522., 44.2646503569 -122.171870881, 899m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Prunella vulgaris var. lanceolata (W.P.C. Barton) Fernald
Jerry F. Franklin   510
United States, Oregon, Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Unit 13F, near top of Carpenter Mountain., 44.2814 -122.1431, 1463m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Stachys rigida Nutt. ex Benth.
Jerry F. Franklin   511
United States, Oregon, Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Unit 13F, near the top of Carpenter Mountain., 44.2814 -122.1431, 1463m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Stachys rigida Nutt. ex Benth.
C. T. Dyrness   521968-07-11
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; in Watershed 1 clearcut unit, near veg. plot 3-22., 44.2074212791 -122.258157807, 640m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   1361967-08-09
United States, Oregon, Lane, H.J. Andrews; vicinity of saddle between Frissell Point & Lookout Mtn., 44.2044 -122.13005, 1220m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Jerry F. Franklin   7441968-07-24
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; small bog area on Lookout Mountain at the head of Mack Creek., 44.2044 -122.13005, 1524m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
Stachys rigida Nutt. ex Benth.
Jerry F. Franklin   1031967-08-08
United States, Oregon, Lane, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest; Lookout Ridge on cutover Unit 12D., 44.2103 -122.2244, 1372m

HJAEF:HJAEFB
William H. Scheuner   s.n.1956-08-23
United States, Oregon, Lane or Linn, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest., 44.22945 -122.17535


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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