Dataset: PSM
Taxa: Hydrophyllaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Puget Sound


PSM
Rita Maser   RM 1881971-04-26
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, Cascade Head Experimental Forest., 45.0343216708 -123.921017077, 73m

PSM
Phacelia hastata Douglas ex Lehm.
R. R. Kindschy   RM 3911974-07-10
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Batch Lake, S end of Jordan Lava Flow., 43.0714729516 -117.374070721

PSM
Phacelia hastata Douglas ex Lehm.
Gordon D. Alcorn   s.n.1933-06-18
United States, Oregon, Baker

PSM
Rita Maser   RM 4951975-06-27
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Pole Creek., 43.84384 -117.96086, 1146m

PSM
Phacelia linearis (Pursh) Holz.
Rita Maser   RM 5771975-05-13
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Succor Creek, site 7., 43.5737246176 -117.090596507, 750m

PSM
Hydrophyllum capitatum Douglas ex Benth.
Irene Creso   s.n.1961-04-29
United States, Oregon, Crook, Mark Creek at Hwy 26.

PSM
Rita Maser   RM 371969-06-16
United States, Oregon, Deschutes, Indian Ford Campground., 44.35641 -121.60433, 976m

PSM
Rita Maser   s.n.1969-06-16
United States, Oregon, Deschutes, Indian Ford Campground., 44.35641 -121.60433, 976m

PSM
Hesperochiron californicus (Benth.) S. Watson
Irene Creso   s.n.1961-05-03
United States, Oregon, Lake, Cox Creek Road at Hwy 395.

PSM
Phacelia lutea (Hook. & Arn.) J.T. Howell
Rita Maser   
United States, Oregon, Malheur, detailed locality information protected

PSM
Phacelia sericea (Graham) A. Gray
Rita Maser   RM 6351975-08-04
United States, Oregon, Harney, Little Blitzen Canyon, head of; Steens Mountain.

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Phacelia linearis (Pursh) Holz.
Rita Maser   RM 5251975-06-10
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Pole Creek., 1098m


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