Dataset: SRP
Taxa: Pinaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
65625Stephen L. Love, M. Love, J. Hunt, G. Phelan, C. Morrison, J. Mitchell   2016-92016-06-18
U.S.A., Idaho, Butte, Bird Canyon area along FS Rd. 214, east side of Lost River Range., 44.007052 -113.305863, 2348m

SRP
65626Don H. Mansfield   161732016-06-17
U.S.A., Idaho, Custer, Grouse Creek and shoulder of Grouse Creek Mountain on west side of Pahsimeroi Valley in northern Lost River Range. Between confluence of Mill Creek and Grouse Creek and 1 mile up Grouse Creek., 44.41459 -113.90563, 2073m

SRP
65671Robert E. McCoy, C. McCoy, E. Hilpman, L. Martin, W. Bascom   163602016-06-17
U.S.A., Idaho, Lemhi, Salmon Challis Forest. Lemhi Range. 1/4 mile E of FR 101 on FR 523., 44.36987 -113.37993, 2151m

SRP
68341Gabriel Wisswaesser   2016-292016-07-08
U.S.A., Idaho, Shoshone, Coeur d'Alene National Forest. Forest Service Road 602. Trailhead for Mount Sentinel and Bennett Peak Trail., 47.80944 -116.0235, 1652m

SRP
68342Gabriel Wisswaesser   2016-292016-07-08
U.S.A., Idaho, Shoshone, Coeur d'Alene National Forest. Forest Service Road 602. Trailhead for Mount Sentinel and Bennett Peak Trail., 47.80944 -116.0235, 1652m

SRP
71730David Giblin   62392018-07-15
U.S.A., Oregon, Union, West side of FS Road 43 near Anthony Butte. <br/>, 45.04581 -118.23094, 2037m

SRP
15811R. R. Wilson   4971939-11-05
U.S.A., Idaho, Bannock, Base of Scout Mountain, on a timbered west slope., 1860m

SRP
15812R. R. Wilson   20401953-08-31
U.S.A., Idaho, Cassia, 7.2 mi. west of Elba, on Albion Mtn., 1814m

SRP
18659R. R. Wilson   8761946-07-11
U.S.A., Idaho, Custer, 7.9 mi. above Cape Horn Guard Sta, road to Cape Horn summit., 2134m


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