Dataset: LCEU
Taxa: Amaranthaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lane Community College


LCEU
Chenopodium foliosum (Moench) Asch.
Nick J. Otting   8172004-06-20
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Owyhee Uplands, Dry Creek Basin, south of Skull Creek along road to Monument Springs, 49 air miles southwest of Vale., 43.46473 -117.90003, 1524m

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Sarcocornia perennis (Miller) A.J. Scott
[needs research]   s.n.
United States, Oregon, Lane, outside of Florence, Oregon., 43.9828 -124.0986

LCEU
Sarcocornia perennis (Miller) A.J. Scott
Rhoda M. Love   2004-232004-07-16
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, South Jetty, Columbia River mouth; Ft. Stevens State Park., 46.199345 -123.983047

LCEU
Sarcocornia perennis (Miller) A.J. Scott
Rhoda M. Love   2004-232004-07-16
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, South Jetty, Columbia River mouth; Ft. Stevens State Park., 46.199345 -123.983047

LCEU
Chenopodium leptophyllum (Moq.) S. Watson
Nick J. Otting   9402004-07-28
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Owyhee Uplands, Dry Creek basin, Sand Hollow, 34 air miles south-southwest of Vale., 43.52397 -117.46651, 991m

LCEU
Atriplex confertifolia (Torr. & Frém.) S. Watson
Danna J. Lytjen   3482004-07-28
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Owyhee Uplands, Dry Creek basin, Sand Hollow, 30 air miles south-southwest of Vale., 43.56516 -117.43029, 884m

LCEU
Nick J. Otting   9362004-07-28
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Owyhee Uplands, Dry Creek basin, Sand Hollow, 34 air miles south-southwest of Vale., 43.52397 -117.46651, 991m

LCEU
Dysphania botrys (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants
Danna J. Lytjen   3442004-09-25
United States, Oregon, Malheur, Owyhee Uplands, Dry Creek at Wall Rock Creek confluence, 37 air miles south-southwest of Vale., 43.51491 -117.55831, 1071m


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