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

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Douglas County Museum, Mildred or Mary


DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M6281996-08-11
Oregon, Douglas, Powell Point, bar., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4382003-06-06
Oregon, Douglas, Clover Ridge., 43.20575 -122.74582, 975m

DCM:DCMM
Paul Shonka   M6401996-09-01
Oregon, Douglas, Mount Bailey., 43.14851 -122.21342, 2316m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M421987-07-05
Oregon, Douglas, Dog Prairie., 43.20534 -122.37033, 1829m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M3191991-08-13
Oregon, Douglas, Hamaker Meadow., 43.06165 -122.33178, 1219m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M901988-09-04
Oregon, Douglas, Umpqua Park, Roseburg., 43.19228 -123.35728, 152m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M3201991-08-13
Oregon, Douglas, Hamaker Meadow., 43.03275 -122.39075, 1219m

DCM:DCMM
Paul Shonka   M6411996-09-01
Oregon, Douglas, Mount Bailey., 43.14851 -122.21342, 2316m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M4131993-06-26
Oregon, Douglas, Roseburg, residence., 43.22142 -123.35698, 152m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M961988-09-06
Oregon, Douglas, Templeton Beach, Roseburg., 43.22142 -123.35698, 152m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M1931990-07-31
Oregon, Douglas, Buckhead Mountain, Little River., 43.17687 -122.6267, 1554m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M1271989-08-15
Oregon, Douglas, Diamond Lake south-end picnic., 43.14578 -122.13045, 1585m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M991988-10-12
Oregon, Douglas, Clover Creek, Little River., 43.20575 -122.74582, 975m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M911988-09-04
Oregon, Douglas, Umpqua Park, Roseburg., 43.19228 -123.35728, 152m

DCM:DCMM
DCM herbarium staff   M5981995-08-16
Oregon, Douglas, Black Canyon Creek., 42.94634 -122.68668, 1189m


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