Dataset: OSU-V
Taxa: adonis => Adonis aestivalis, Adonis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Vascular Plant Collection

OSC-V-048129Virginia L. Crosby   24471980-06-16
United States, Oregon, Lake, 2 miles west of Lakeview on Highway 140; on south side of highway along road., 42.1895798928 -120.390222263

OSC-V-048131George E. Lewis   s.n.1997-06-00
United States, Oregon, Grant, on the Silvies to Seneca road, Hwy. 395., 44.06884 -118.96601

Garland M. Powell   8a1934-08-07
United States, Oregon, Benton, Garland Nursery, north of Corvallis., 44.6196 -123.24195

OSC-V-048128Nick J. Otting   4482002-06-15
United States, Oregon, Harney, Northern Great Basin, Dry Creek, Highway 20 1.5 air miles east of Riley., 43.5414666666667 -119.471066666667, 1280m

Noel H. Holmgren   159642009-06-02
United States, Idaho, Franklin, Cache Valley, along U.S. Highway 91, 2.25 km (1.4 mi) north of the town of Franklin., 42.0361111111111 -111.813055555556, 1385m

OSC-V-048130Bob Barrett   none2005-06-00
United States, Oregon, Lake, along State Hwy. 140 at milepost 94 ca. 2 miles west of Lakeview., 42.1933 -120.39333

Susan Sackman   s.n.2004-06-05
United States, Washington, Adams, 10 miles S of Ritzville; near the Paha Railroad siding NW of Highway 395., 47.0225484 -118.482254

Noel H. Holmgren   159612009-06-02
United States, Idaho, Bannock, Cache Valley, along U.S. Highway 91, 1.25 km (0.75 mi) northeast of the Franklin County line, just north of the Oxford Road turn-off., 42.2672222222222 -111.966666666667, 1455m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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