Dataset: SRP
Search Criteria: Japan; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
68686D. E. Boufford, S. Christoph, C. Davidson, H. Sato   439352016-08-04
Japan, Hokkaido, Soya Shicho, Toyotomi-cho: Along the Sea of Japan, Teshio-gun (District) south of the city of Wakkani on west side of route 106 (Ororon Line) ca. 300 m south of the intersection with route 444 (road to Sarobetsu portion of Sarobetsu-Rishiri-Rebun National Park)., 45.081111 141.632778, 2 - 3m

SRP
68721D. E. Boufford, S. Christoph, C. Davidson, H. Sato   439382016-08-04
Japan, Hokkaido, Soya Shicho, Toyotomi-cho: Along the Sea of Japan, Teshio-gun (District) south of the city of Wakkani on west side of route 106 (Ororon Line) ca. 300 m south of the intersection with route 444 (road to Sarobetsu portion of Sarobetsu-Rishiri-Rebun National Park)., 45.081111 141.632778, 2 - 3m

SRP
68430D. E. Boufford, S. Christoph, C. Davidson, H. Sato   439342016-08-04
Japan, Hokkaido, Soya Shicho, Horonobe-cho: Teshio-gun (District): Teshio Experimental Forest; north-northeast of the town of Toikanbetsu, Nakataoikan, hill above Penke-Rupeshipe River., 44.971944 142.128333, 330 - 380m

SRP
Glehnia leiocarpa F. Schmidt ex Miq.
67989D. E. Boufford, S. Christoph, C. Davidson, H. Sato   439372016-08-04
Japan, Hokkaido, Soya Shicho, Toyotomi-cho: Along the Sea of Japan, Teshio-gun (District) south of the city of Wakkani on west side of route 106 (Ororon Line) ca. 300 m south of the intersection with route 444 (road to Sarobetsu portion of Sarobetsu-Rishiri-Rebun National Park)., 45.081111 141.632778, 2 - 3m

SRP
68305D. E. Boufford, S. Christoph, C. Davidson, H. Sato   439302016-08-03
Japan, Hokkaido, Soya Shicho, Horonobe-cho: Teshio-gun (Distruct): Teshio Experimental Forest; northeast of the town of Toikanbetsu, Nakatoikan, along Penke-Rupeshipe River., 44.976389 142.126111, 135 - 150m


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Google Map

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