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

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
John A. Christy   85151993-04-16
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Popcorn Swale Preserve, 1 mi N of Wilbur., 43.33775 -123.33613, 145m

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
Ray Smith   3572010-04-20
United States, Oregon, Benton, west of Cordley Hall, Oregon State Univeristy campus, in city of Corvallis, Willamette Valley., 44.5675 -123.2769, 80m

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
Mike Stoltz   s.n.1982-11-04
United States, Oregon, Lane, Veneta., 44.0489 -123.3497

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
Ethel I. Sanborn   s.n.
United States, Oregon, Lane, Eugene, Univerisity Florists.

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
Ethel I. Sanborn   s.n.
United States, Oregon, Benton, Corvallis., 44.5647 -123.2608

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
Bruce P. McCune   56091997-07-07
United States, Oregon, Benton, just downstream on Willamette River from Hyak Park; 5 km W of Albany., 44.6333333333333 -123.166666666667, 56m

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
[needs research]   s.n.1940-04-16
California, [needs research], University of Cal. Court, Life Science Bldg.

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
T. C. Frye   32311945-08-04
Washington, King, Seattle., 47.606 -122.338888888889

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
David H. Wagner   30001983-04-02
United States, California, Alameda, Strawberry Canyon, above Univ. California campus, Berkeley.

OSU:B
Lunularia cruciata
Alice Howard   s.n.1983-05-15
United States, California, Contra Costa, Antioch Dunes, low level, usually inundate by tides (? but not salty water?).


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