Dataset: BAKER
Taxa: Aspidotis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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USFS Northeastern Oregon Herbarium


BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Charlie Johnson   
[unknown], [needs research], No Location

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Brenda Bafus   1979-07-04
United States, Oregon, [needs research], cliff crevices near foot of Pine Lakes Trail, 1646m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Charlie Johnson   1997-08-20
Idaho, [needs research], Purgatory Lake Cirque (ridgetop) below Mt. Belial, 2505m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Robert J. Meinke   1978-07-27
United States, Oregon, [needs research], cliffs on S. side of Duck Lake, 1737m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Charlie Johnson   1980-07-30
United States, Oregon, Grant, Baldy Mt, Malheur National Forest, Proposed RNA, Grant Co, OR, 44.34191 -118.80038

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Charlie Johnson   1983-07-15
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Imnaha R. Cyn W of Skookum Creek on Old Lick Creek - Coverdale Road, 45.11546 -116.95339, 1503m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Charlie Johnson   1993-08-29
United States, Oregon, Union, MAIN EAGLE TRAIL OPPOSITE HUMMINGBIRD MOUNTAIN, 45.10077 -117.37351, 1893m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Robert J. Meinke   1978-07-23
United States, Oregon, [needs research], along Pine Lakes trail, 1585m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Douglas C. Ingram   1918-09-29
United States, Oregon, Grant or Harney, Malheur NF., 1768m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Gerald Strickler   1963-11-11
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Bear Cr. opposite Miner's Basin Cr., 45.35987 -117.49003, 1463m

BAKER
Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger
Brenda Bafus   1979-07-05
United States, Oregon, [needs research], NNE of Lake Fork Campground, 1097m


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