Dataset: BLMB
Taxa: Phrymaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bureau of Land Management, Burns District


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Erythranthe primuloides (Benth.) G.L. Nesom & N.S. Fraga
Richard D. Hall   1997-08-13
United States, Oregon, Harney, S Fk Willow Cr RNA, 42.67505 -118.55684, 2743m

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Mimetanthe pilosa (Benth.) Greene
Richard D. Hall   1993-08-30
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Coyote Lake, 42.56374 -118.06566

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Erythranthe suksdorfii (A. Gray) N.S. Fraga
Carolyn E. Wright   1978-04-20
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Hwy 78 @ Milepost 64, 43.06659 -118.20041

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Erythranthe suksdorfii (A. Gray) N.S. Fraga
Val Knox   2002-05-28
United States, Oregon, Harney, Big Stick after the fire, 43.31651 -119.44593, 1295m

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Erythranthe breviflora (Piper) G.L. Nesom
Nora Taylor   1995-04-26
United States, Oregon, Harney, OO Road, 43.2963535371 -119.136430647

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Erythranthe alsinoides (Douglas ex Benth.) G.L. Nesom & N.S. Fraga
Richard D. Hall   1999-06-23
United States, Oregon, Harney, S end, Pueblo Mtns., 42.11476 -118.76759, 1615m

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Charles C. Parsell   1937-05-20
United States, Oregon, Harney, Stinkingwater Creek, Drewsey, OR, 43.8067 -118.3764, 1219m

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Erythranthe floribunda (Douglas ex Lindl.) G.L. Nesom
Carolyn E. Wright   1978-06-27
United States, Oregon, Harney, Denio Basin, 42.003 -118.70849

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Erythranthe breweri (Greene) G.L. Nesom & N.S. Fraga
Carolyn E. Wright   1978-07-07
United States, Oregon, Harney, Fish Creek, 42.7183 -118.64881

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Erythranthe lewisii (Pursh) G.L. Nesom & N.S. Fraga
[unknown]   1978-07-19
United States, Oregon, Harney, E of Sherman Field, 42.01253 -118.2262

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Erythranthe primuloides (Benth.) G.L. Nesom & N.S. Fraga
Berta A. Youtie   1978-07-11
United States, Oregon, Harney, Cottonwood Creek, 42.1149 -118.67093


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