Dataset: DCM-DCMM
Taxa: Onagraceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Douglas County Museum, Mildred or Mary


DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5751995-06-27
Oregon, Douglas, Tallow Butte, Road #2921., 43.0055 -122.68685, 762m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5311994-07-12
Oregon, Douglas, Hamaker Bluff, FS Rd #6530., 43.07604 -122.27239, 1402m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4291993-08-24
Oregon, Douglas, Byers Turnout, Cow Creek., 42.92037 -123.497, 229m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5321994-07-17
Oregon, Douglas, Hemlock Creek, 1.5 mi. W. on FS #2759., 43.2059 -122.72589, 1280m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5391994-08-09
Oregon, Douglas, Callahan Bald., 42.89474 -122.95191, 732m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M2681991-07-16
Oregon, Douglas, Medicine Creek, Rd. Slide Creek., 43.32179 -122.40912, 1402m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4371993-08-31
Oregon, Douglas, Three Lakes., 43.13421 -122.39091, 1829m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M141987-05-10
Oregon, Douglas, Highway 99, 1 mi. N. of Wilbur, W. side., 43.32324 -123.3362, 152m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5761995-06-27
Oregon, Douglas, Tallow Butte, Road #2921., 43.0055 -122.68685, 762m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4211993-08-07
Oregon, Douglas, Thunder Mountain, rock pit., 43.23504 -122.98129, 305m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4991994-06-07
Oregon, Douglas, Bilger Creek; Bilger Creek Road., 43.04864 -123.25577, 305m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5191994-06-25
Oregon, Douglas, Weatherly Creek, Rd #22-9-14.0, 43.75512 -123.61356, 122m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M1081989-06-26
Oregon, Douglas, Callahan Creek, Tiller., 42.9092 -122.97106, 732m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4981994-06-07
Oregon, Douglas, Bilger Creek, Road., 43.04864 -123.25577, 305m

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DCM herbarium staff   M1151989-07-11
Oregon, Douglas, Devils Knob, rd. #1610., 42.89483 -122.85322, 610m


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Google Map

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