Dataset: OSU-V
Taxa: Trollius
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Vascular Plant Collection

Sharon Rodman   9062003-07-25
United States, Washington, Okanogan, Okanogan National Forest; Meadows Campground, meadows south of Hart's Pass., 48.71075 -120.67645, 1903m

Albert E. Grable   49091973-07-09
United States, Washington, Chelan, marshy area at Rainy Pass on south side of Hwy 20; Okanogan National Forst [sic]., 48.520004 -120.743084, 1480m

Arthur R. Kruckeberg   29411952-06-21
United States, Washington, Kittitas, along Scatter Creek Trail.

Christine C. Johnson   11351985-06-07
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Lolo Pass along Idaho/Montana border along Hwy 12, Clearwater National Forest., 46.6335908345 -114.57761, 1594m

Charles L. Hitchcock   126631945-07-23
United States, Montana, Beaverhead, above Ajax Lake, Bitter Root Range.

Alan C. Yen   03-0452003-07-25
United States, Washington, Chelan, Okanogan National Forest; Rainy Lake Outlet., 48.5042 -120.7339, 1527m

J. H. Christ   113001940-06-22
United States, Idaho, Custer, along the banks of Beaver Cree [sic], Cape Horn Inn.

Arthur J. Cronquist   80691955-08-05
United States, Montana, Carbon, just west of Quad Creek, atop the Beartooth Mts, 23 miles southwest of Red Lodge., 45.0290331 -109.430281, 3048m

Arthur R. Kruckeberg   29881952-06-25
United States, Washington, Kittitas, 1 mile below Paddy-Go-Easy Pass.

William Stewart   671916-06-18
United States, Montana, Unknown, Gallatin Forest.

Trollius albiflorus (A. Gray) Rydb.
OSC-V-051909Helen M. Gilkey   
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, detailed locality information protected

Charles V. Piper   2002
United States, Washington, Unknown, Olympic Mts., 1524m

LeRoy E. Detling   73921953-07-27
United States, Washington, Clallam, Hurricane Ridge., 47.9705555555556 -123.491388888889, 1525m

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.