Dataset: OSU-B
Taxa: Antheliaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
J. H. Lyford   25161979-08-17
United States, Oregon, [needs research], just above Timberline lodge in the Mt. Hood National Forest., 2042m

OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
David H. Wagner   m28902013-09-10
United States, Oregon, Marion, Mount Jefferson Wilderness, along Pacific Crest Trail north of Mt. Jefferson, 1/3 mile north of Park Ridge., 44.7330555555556 -121.799444444444, 2015m

OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
David H. Wagner   25841980-08-25
United States, Oregon, Lane, on ridge above and NE of Chambers Lakes, Three Sisters Wilderness., 44.13 -121.773055555556, 2245m

OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
J. H. Lyford   25301979-08-17
United States, Oregon, Klamath, just above Timberline Lodge in the Mt. Hood National Forest., 42.9964 -122.2583, 2042m

OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
J. H. Lyford   25491979-08-18
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Trail 600 (Timberline Trail) south from Cloud Cap., 1981m

OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
David H. Wagner   23791979-09-05
United States, Oregon, Hood River, Hood River-Clackamas County Line: McNeil Point, on NW ridge of Mt. Hood., 45.3958333333333 -121.730833333333

OSU:B
Anthelia juratzkana
Scott Sundberg   5611979-08-23
United States, Oregon, Deschutes, ca. 40 km. w of Bend, between the South Sister and the Middle Sister, w of Camp Lake., 44.1166666666667 -121.75, 2125m

OSU:B
Anthelia julacea
David H. Wagner   23681979-09-05
United States, Oregon, Hood River, Hood River-Clackamas County Line: McNeil Point, on nw ridge of Mount Hood., 45.3958333333333 -121.730833333333, 1830m


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Google Map

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