Dataset: MONT
Taxa: Apiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Montana State University


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Charles L. Hitchcock   20440A1955-05-28
United States, Oregon, Sherman, West Side of John Day R.

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Charles L. Hitchcock   s.n.1955-05-28
United States, Oregon, Sherman, Near mouth of John Day River.

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P. H. Hawkins   s.n.
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Willamette (county unknown)

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Arthur R. Kruckeberg   20051950-06-28
United States, Oregon, Jackson, In rocky crevices along wooded ridge of Rogue-Umpqua Divide, 1 mile Northeast of Butler Butte, Rogue River National Forest., 1524m

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Nolan F. Keil   11261941-07-29
United States, Oregon, Union, Umatilla Forest. Starkey Range., 45.18956 -118.53637, 1463m

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Arthur R. Kruckeberg   23341950-07-18
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Below Pallette Ranch, upper Imnaha River.

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P. H. Hawkins   1917-08-05
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Eugene.

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Charles L. Hitchcock   209781957-05-26
United States, Oregon, Umatilla, 10 miles s.e. of Freewater on road to Elgin., 45.822031370003 -118.228515466108

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[unknown]   s.n.1935-04-17
United States, Oregon, Wheeler, Along John Day River Valley near Spray.

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James W. Thompson   113451935-04-17
United States, Oregon, Wheeler, Along John Day River Valley near Spray.

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P. H. Hawkins   s.n.
United States, Oregon, [needs research], [No locality.]

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Lincoln Constance   9621934-07-12
United States, Oregon, Lane, 1 mile West of Eugene., 152m

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Arthur R. Kruckeberg   24541950-07-25
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Open ridge 500 yards east of Sacajawea Camp, overlooking Snake River Canyon.

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P. H. Hawkins   s.n.1917-04-20
United States, Oregon, Clackamas, Willamette, 45.3444 -122.6658

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P. H. Hawkins   s.n.
United States, Oregon, [needs research], [No locality.]


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