Dataset: CHSC-V
Taxa: Angelica
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Chico State Herbarium


CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC023309Robert F. Thorne; P. Everett   350771965-08-01
United States, California, San Mateo, 21.5 mi. S of Golden Gate Bridge; on W-facing sea bluff., 37.557222 -122.513889, 69m

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CHSC025401J. Nagy; W. Blais   23811969-07-30
Canada, Alberta, Waterton Lakes National Park. Oil Basin end Mt. Galway, 49.15 -113.95, 1768m

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CHSC031297Mark Stopher   1221980-07-02
United States, California, Humboldt, Along Elk River near Hwy 101 bridge. T04N R01W S04 SW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Eureka 1:24,000, 40.755278 -124.190556, 1m

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CHSC042571Vernon Oswald   16121984-07-20
United States, California, Colusa, Near the Lily Pond n of Letts Lake in the Mendocino Nat. Forest. T17N R08W S24 NE1/4, 39.316389 -122.708611, 1280m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC042572Vernon Oswald   21781986-06-30
United States, California, Colusa, Northwest side of Lily Pond near Letts Lake. T17N R08W S24 NE1/4, 39.316389 -122.708611, 1189m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC068551Vernon H. Oswald   83541997-04-29
United States, California, Humboldt, Humboldt Bay NWR, Hookton Slough Trail along levee along the south side of Hookton Sough. T03N R01W S06, 40.009722 -124.221389

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC071518Vernon H. Oswald; Lowell Ahart   93721998-07-28
United States, California, Trinity, Hwy. 36 6.4 mi west of Wildwood Rd, 5.7 mi east of Hwy. 3. T29N R11W S04, 40.390833 -123.115278, 1219m

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CHSC075042Richard R. Halse; LaRea J. Dennis   31931985-08-02
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, In the Coast Range at Jeeter Prairie, about 5 airline miles east southeast of Rose Lodge; T07S R09W S03, 810m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC078577John B. Nelson; J. E. Cely   207081999-08-07
United States, Tennessee, Carter, On open highway shoulder; at S end of Jenkins Mtn, on N side of TN 361 (Gap Creek Rd), 1.4 mi W of jct with US 19E, about 6 air mi S of Elizabethton.

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CHSC085645Kellie Oldham   1983-08-19
United States, Alaska, Lake and Peninsula, Egegik area, northwest side of Alaska Peninsula, near Bristol Bay, bank on N side of Egegik River, 150 yards up the cut bank from Albert Creek, 150 ft. from the main Oldham cabin across the river from the village of Egegik.

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CHSC091280Richard R. Halse   36531988-06-26
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, South Beach, S of the OSU Marine Science Center. T11S R11W S17, 3m

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CHSC091881Richard R. Halse   64872004-05-26
United States, Oregon, Benton, Corvallis; at 272 S.E. Viewmont Ave., 60m

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CHSC111267L. P. Janeway   103972011-06-11
United States, California, Glenn, High North Coast Ranges. Along Hull Road 12.2 road km west of County Road 306; 7.9 air km west-southwest of Chrome; near top of ridge. T21N R07W S03 NW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Alder Springs 1:24,000, 39.710556 -122.640833, 964m

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CHSC092883B. Castro; L. Janeway   5351994-07-31
United States, California, Glenn, Ca 1.5 air mi due W of Plaskett Meadows, on E face of top of Black Butte. T22N R09W S27 SW1/4 of SW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Plaskett Mdws 1:24,000, 39.726667 -122.871389, 2265m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC105170B. Castro; L. P. Janeway   10131999-07-05
United States, California, Colusa, Ca 11 air mi SSW of Stonyford, 5 mi NW of Indian Valley Reservoir, just N of Colusa/Lake Co line, at Bear Wallow Spring. In serpentine substrate on NNW-facing slope W of Lovelady Ridge rd ca 0.5 mi N of its jcn with USFS Rd 16N06, 0.5 mi NE of Pacific Point. T16N R07W S24 SE1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Hough Springs 1:24,000, 39.219167 -122.589444, 1045m


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