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

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
David H. Wagner   85601996-10-02
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Cherry Creek Basin Research Natural Area; 16.5 mi W of Chiloquin; hillside above Cherry Creek ~0.7 mi above Cherry Creek Trail at second stream crossing; ~1/2 mi E of White Pine Lake; Site No. W1458, 42.6070434051 -122.186235956, 1634m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
David H. Wagner   74211995-08-23
United States, Oregon, Jefferson, head of Jack Creek; 15 miles northwest of Sisters., 44.4746718405 -121.73291954, 975m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Roger Rosentreter   20541981-06-26
United States, Montana, Flathead, along Noisy Creek near Jewel Basin, Swan Mts, Big Fork., 1400m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
J. H. Lyford   6211976-04-15
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, Highway 34, 12 miles east of Waldport, along Alsea River.

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Kathy Merrifield   6581993-03-05
United States, Oregon, Benton, William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge; Woodpecker Loop Trail.

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
W. B. Schofield   117171960-07-28
United States, Montana, Lake, Yellow Bay Cr.

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Bruce P. McCune   36451977-09-02
United States, Montana, Lake, Swan River floodplain, near Point Pleasant Campground., 47.8101062 -113.828782, 940m

OSU:B
Tetraphis geniculata
David H. Wagner   m2774a2012-08-18
United States, Alaska, Sitka, Beaver Lake Trail, adjacent to first bridge over Bear Creek 0.2 miles above Herring Cover Trailhead., 57.0455555555556 -135.198888888889, 43m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Scott Sundberg   901978-01-22
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, 3 miles south of Yachats, next to tributary of Cape Creek, 1/2 mile from the highway., 44.28566 -124.09268, 30m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Louis F. Henderson   169711935-03-16
United States, Oregon, Lane, Mapleton, Knowles Creek.

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
David H. Wagner   85601996-10-02
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Cherry creek Basin Research Natural Area; 16.5 mi west of Chiloquin; hillside above Cherry Creek ~0.7 mi above Cherry Creek Trail at second stream crossing; ~0.5 east of White Pine Lake; site no. W1458., 42.6070434051 -122.186235956, 1634m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
J. Sperling   00-JLS-3592000-09-27
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Siuslaw National Forest; USFS/BLM Strategic Survey Program, CVS Grid Survey, SM ID #: 012207, CVS ID #: 2083050., 43.903 -123.8151, 396m

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Frank P. Sipe   s.n.1953-01-25
United States, Oregon, Lane, Springfield; Ben Pruitt's place.

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Louis F. Henderson   169761935-03-16
United States, Oregon, Lane, Mapleton, Knowles Creek.

OSU:B
Tetraphis pellucida
Scott Sundberg   1061978-02-05
United States, Oregon, Lane, 30 miles east of Eugene, 1/2 mile from the end of the Fall Creek trail., 43.9633368217 -122.60179314, 275m


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