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

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium

31660B. L. Wilson, Katie Mitchell, and Nick Otting   125502007-06-10
U.S.A., Oregon, Malheur, city of Ontario: Ontario State Recreation Area; Snake River, 44.04937 -116.97336, 653m

50962Barbara Ertter, Patrick Fields   221062014-07-24
U.S.A., Oregon, Malheur, mouth of Leslie Gulch at Owyhee Reservoir, ca 27 airmi NNE of Jordan Valley., 43.322 -117.326, 813m

1892[unknown]   s.n.1936-05-08
U.S.A., Idaho, Owyhee, Locality: Murphy, Idaho.

13012F. J. R.   18
U.S.A., Payette National Forest.

46427B. Ertter   199102010-05-28
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, lower Hulls Gulch Reserve in foothills NE of Boise, south end Red-Winged Blackbird Trail (#35A), riparian woodland of native and naturalized trees on sandy floodplain, 43.638 -116.197, 848m

51716Richard R. Halse   90212014-03-24
U.S.A., California, Glenn, along Road 306 ca. 3.6 miles south of Chrome, across the road from the Grindstone Cemetary, banks of Watson Creek, 39.681347 -122.567925, 200m

58075Ashley Schlangen   212016-04-21
U.S.A., Idaho, Ada, Boise, 8th street foot trails near parkiing lot., 43.63704 -116.1977, 865m

66241James Jarrett, C. Jarrett, D. Jarrett   972018-07-02
U.S.A., Oregon, Malheur, Opposite side of road from Succor Creek ca. 3 mi N from state park., 830m

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Google Earth (KML)

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