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

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USFS Northeastern Oregon Herbarium


BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Robert J. Meinke   1977-05-20
United States, Oregon, [needs research], 12.5 mi. W. of LaGrande, 1021m

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Gerald Strickler   1962-04-19
United States, Oregon, Union, above Bear Cr., 45.24656 -118.51606, 1250m

BAKER
Hesperochiron californicus (Benth.) S. Watson
Gerald Strickler   1961-05-14
United States, Oregon, Union, Union Co., 45.39134 -118.02474, 832m

BAKER
Hesperochiron californicus (Benth.) S. Watson
[unknown]   1976-05-14
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Table Rock Mtn.

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Patrick Leary   1979-06-06
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Hass Horse Troughs, 45.58021 -116.70882, 1646m

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Douglas C. Ingram   1914-05-20
United States, Oregon, Crook, Ochoco NF., 44.49819 -120.57616, 1585m

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Elbert H. Reid   1937-06-14
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Wallowa NF., 45.24313 -117.07425, 1676m

BAKER
Hesperochiron californicus (Benth.) S. Watson
R. R. Kindschy   1960-05-14
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Mahogany Cr. of Mahogany Mts., 43.24185 -117.23763

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
J. F. Pernot   1913-06-05
United States, Oregon, Unknown, Ochoco NF.

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Don Peters   1938-06-10
Washington, Garfield, Umatilla NF., 1585m

BAKER
Hesperochiron pumilus (Douglas ex Griseb.) Porter
Douglas C. Ingram   1916-05-25
[needs research], [needs research], hd. of Hash Cr., 1585m


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