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

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USFS Northeastern Oregon Herbarium


BAKER
Gerald Strickler   1972-07-10
United States, Oregon, Umatilla, Umatilla NF., 45.69495 -118.24246, 1524m

BAKER
Gerald Strickler   1964-10-25
United States, Oregon, Union, Starkey Exp., 45.21856 -118.51613, 1402m

BAKER
Gerald Strickler   
United States, Oregon, Union, W-W NF. Date- 6/61, 45.34802 -118.21052, 884m

BAKER
Gerald Strickler   
United States, Oregon, Union, Grande Ronde R. hwy. Date- 6/61, 45.34802 -118.21052, 884m

BAKER
[unknown]   
[needs research], [needs research], Wallowa NF.

BAKER
Elbert H. Reid   1937-08-08
United States, Oregon, Grant, Mt. Ruth, 44.88171 -118.23202, 2591m

BAKER
Charlie Johnson   1989-09-05
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Teepee Burn, 45.82699 -116.94928, 451m

BAKER
Sambucus racemosa var. arborescens (Torr. & A. Gray) A. Gray
C. E. Fleming   1912-06-14
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Minam NF., 914m

BAKER
Robert J. Meinke   1978-07-23
United States, Oregon, [needs research], along Pine Cr, just above Cornucopia--Wallowas, 1463m

BAKER
Elbert H. Reid   1938-07-20
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Coverdale GS., 45.11544 -116.93289, 1463m

BAKER
Patrick Leary   1979-06-03
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Gulch on E. side of Imnaha R., 45.7823 -116.74423, 366m

BAKER
[unknown]   
[needs research], [needs research], Wallowa NF.

BAKER
Tad Taylor   1976-06-26
United States, Oregon, Baker, Snake R. Canyon along Hells Canyon Res., 610m

BAKER
F. G. Renner   1928-09-01
[needs research], [needs research], Corral Basin Trail, 1676m

BAKER
Gerald Strickler   1963-08-09
United States, Oregon, Union, Starkey Exp., 45.27469 -118.54166, 1189m


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