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

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University of Puget Sound


PSM
Rita Maser   61b1969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N.

PSM
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.
Rita Maser   2751972-03-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, Florence, 2 mi SW.

PSM
Rita Maser   61f1969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N.

PSM
Rita Maser   61a1969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N.

PSM
Rita Maser   61e1969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N.

PSM
R. R. Kindschy   671969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N.

PSM
Chris Maser   RM 771970-06-13
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N Santiam Pass., 44.3999 -121.86809, 1463m

PSM
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.
Gordon D. Alcorn   s.n.1933-06-27
United States, Oregon, Curry, Cape Blanco., 42.836 -124.5607

PSM
R. R. Kindschy   RM 4041974-07-10
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Batch Lake, S end of Jordan Lava Flow., 43.0714729516 -117.374070721

PSM
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.
Rita Maser   2741972-03-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, Florence, 2 mi SW.

PSM
Chris Maser   RM 761970-06-13
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N Santiam Pass., 44.3999 -121.86809, 1463m

PSM
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.
Rita Maser   2731972-03-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, Florence, 2 mi SW.

PSM
Rita Maser   61c1969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N., 1463m

PSM
Rita Maser   61d1969-09-03
United States, Oregon, Linn, Big Lake, 1.5 mi N.

PSM
Salix prolixa Andersson
Rita Maser   501969-07-10
United States, Oregon, Deschutes, Three Creek Lake, 1 mi N.

PSM
Gordon D. Alcorn   s.n.1932-07-23
United States, Oregon, Gilliam, Quinton., 45.7044 -120.5272


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