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

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USFS Northeastern Oregon Herbarium


BAKER
Tad Taylor   1976-08-19
United States, Oregon, Baker, Richland, OR., 44.7692 -117.1675, 732m

BAKER
Robert J. Meinke   1979-06-27
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Lostine R, 6 mi. S. of Lostine, Wallowas, 1768m

BAKER
Brenda Bafus   1979-07-09
United States, Oregon, [needs research], .5 mi. S. of Eagle Cap Wilderness boundary, Hurricane Cr., 1707m

BAKER
Elbert H. Reid   1938-07-12
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Coverdale G.S., 45.1216904744 -116.962362318, 1524m

BAKER
Downingia elegans (Douglas ex Lindl.) Torr.
Gerald Strickler   1962-07-12
United States, Oregon, Union, La Grande, 45.3247 -118.0867, 884m

BAKER
Downingia laeta (Greene) Greene
Chris Maser   1974-09-20
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Middle Ponds area

BAKER
Douglas C. Ingram   1916-09-12
United States, Oregon, Crook, Cabin Sta., 44.3917 -120.6633, 1103m

BAKER
Brenda Bafus   1979-07-05
United States, Oregon, Baker, 1 mi. NNE of Lake Fork Campground, on a rocky cliff, 45.02090535 -116.900876076923, 1097m

BAKER
Ralph Naas   1975-07-31
United States, Oregon, Union, Starkey hdqts., 45.26006 -118.56206, 1158m

BAKER
Ralph Naas   1975-07-20
United States, Oregon, Union, Starkey Hdqts., 45.289 -118.60323, 1242m

BAKER
Patrick Leary   1979-06-15
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Thorn Cr. Ranger Station, Imnaha R., 366m

BAKER
Charlie Johnson   1980-06-04
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Lower slope of Haas Rdg overlooking Lightning Creek Cyn, Wallowa Co., 45.69646 -116.72926, 716m


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