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

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Douglas County Museum, Mildred or Mary


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DCM herbarium staff   M4621994-04-05
Oregon, Douglas, Camas Mountain, wayside., 43.06233 -123.65208, 625m

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David M. Danley   1991-05-27
Oregon, Douglas, Olalla, 43.0373 -123.57345, 244m

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DCM herbarium staff   M6491996-10-08
Oregon, Douglas, Lizard lake., 43.41505 -122.28089, 1707m

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DCM herbarium staff   M5221994-06-28
Oregon, Douglas, Cinnamon Butte., 43.2347 -122.11705, 1981m

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DCM herbarium staff   M4101993-06-19
Oregon, Douglas, Lake in the Woods., 43.22042 -122.72587, 853m

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DCM herbarium staff   
Oregon, Douglas, detailed locality information protected

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DCM herbarium staff   M4111993-06-22
Oregon, Douglas, Cavitt Creek Falls, camp., 43.20563 -123.02051, 305m

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DCM herbarium staff   M297-I1991-08-06
Oregon, Douglas, Horse Prairie; Wild Rose road at Horse Prairie., 43.35704 -122.5186, 1341m

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DCM herbarium staff   M2951991-08-04
Oregon, Douglas or Jackson, Huckleberry Lake., 42.90378 -122.60963, 1554m

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DCM herbarium staff   M1691990-06-05
United States, Oregon, Douglas, King Mountain Rock Garden., 42.70259 -123.23986, 1524m

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DCM herbarium staff   M1751990-06-26
Oregon, Douglas, South Umpqua Falls, 4 miles east., 43.0474 -122.68694, 488m

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DCM herbarium staff   M5991995-05-01
Oregon, Douglas, Glide, Hwy. 138., 43.29374 -123.09899, 213m

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Nancy McAlpine   M6231996-06-13
Oregon, Douglas, Kent Creek, 2.2 miles south of Brockway., 43.16469 -123.57189, 183m

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DCM herbarium staff   M6381996-09-01
Oregon, Douglas, Mount Bailey., 43.14851 -122.21342, 2316m


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Google Map

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