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

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USFS Northeastern Oregon Herbarium


BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
Elbert H. Reid   1937-06-11
United States, Oregon, Union, Umatilla NF., 45.448686602 -118.157203894, 1372m

BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
Patrick Leary   1979-06-01
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Cactus Mtn. summit, 45.81111 -116.74423, 1158m

BAKER
Robert J. Meinke   1977-05-27
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Keating, 945m

BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
Brenda Bafus   1979-06-11
United States, Oregon, [needs research], 2 mi. N. of Unity Res., 1250m

BAKER
R. R. Kindschy   1959-05-15
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Jordan Valley, Malheur Co., 42.9742 -117.0533

BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
Robert J. Meinke   1978-05-29
United States, Oregon, [needs research], moist fields near Halfway, 792m

BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
J. Skovlin   1955-06-15
United States, Oregon, Union, Campbell Flat, 45.21856 -118.51613, 1219m

BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
Gerald Strickler   1962-07-03
United States, Oregon, Union, Starkey EF & R., 45.21851 -118.53655, 1372m

BAKER
[unknown]   1976-05-14
United States, Oregon, Baker, Goose Cr., 44.92856 -117.41372

BAKER
Toxicoscordion venenosum (S. Watson) Rydb.
Douglas C. Ingram   1916-06-07
United States, Oregon, Crook, Cabin Sta, Ochoco NF., 44.3917 -120.6633, 1122m

BAKER
Elizabeth Crowe   1992-06-25
United States, Oregon, Grant, S. Fork Murderer's Creek, 44.21271 -119.30598, 1436m

BAKER
Rita Maser   1975-05-18
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Kane Spgs., 43.773 -117.46085, 933m


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