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

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Oregon State University Vascular Plant Collection


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Holst, Mrs.   s.n.1955-08-16
United States, Oregon, Jackson, Gold Hill, 42.4319 -123.0494

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OSC-V-040415Don C. Walrod   s.n.1958-08-28
United States, Oregon, Columbia, St Helens, 45.8642 -122.8053

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F. K. Greene   s.n.1915-03-29
United States, Oregon, Benton, [none]

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OSC-V-040422John M. Johnson   2201960-04-08
United States, Oregon, Benton, Kiger Island, about 5 miles south of Corvallis on Eugene highway., 44.5128 -123.2331

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OSC-V-040416Richard R. Halse   69062006-03-29
United States, Oregon, Curry, At the Orchard BarRecreation area on the south bank of the Rogue River ca 9 miles east of Gold Beach along Jerrys Flat Road., 42.4930277777778 -124.308416666667, 5m

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OSC-V-040419Richard R. Halse   26071983-04-24
United States, Oregon, Marion, Under the east end of the Independence Bridge over the Willamette River., 44.84709 -123.17686, 4m

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OSC-V-040431William H. Baker   52191948-05-01
United States, Oregon, Curry, Rogue River Canyon at Cherry Flat 4 mi. north of Agness., 42.6062 -124.0592

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Esther Purdy   s.n.
United States, [Unknown], Unknown, none?

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OSC-V-040418James C. Nelson   42191922-04-23
United States, Oregon, Marion, S. High St, Salem., 44.9431 -123.0339

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OSC-V-040432Mark Fishbein   56672006-03-11
United States, Oregon, Clackamas, West Linn, Mary S. Young State Park, 2 mi northwest of I-205 at Willamette River crossing., 45.3828333333333 -122.631666666667, 45m

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OSC-V-040427Joseph Wright   s.n.1903-05-23
United States, Oregon, Unknown, none?

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OSC-V-040424J. Linebaugh   s.n.1954-05-07
United States, Oregon, Benton, Woods at the rear of Oak Ridge cemetery., 44.4756 -123.3361

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OSC-V-040429E. P. Walls   s.n.1912-05-09
United States, Oregon, Benton, College farm, Corvallis., 44.568 -123.299

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OSC-V-040420Albert N. Steward   66381954-03-20
United States, Oregon, Douglas, along Umpqua River, 18.3 miles below Umpqua., 43.51205 -123.47657

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OSC-V-040414Don Larsen   s.n.1957-04-29
United States, Oregon, Linn, 2.5 miles SW of Tangent on Peoria Road., 44.5129775555 -123.161204400014

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OSC-V-040430Henry C. Gilbert   10491916-04-06
United States, Oregon, Benton, 1.O.O.F. cemetery, Corvallis., 44.5647 -123.2608

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OSC-V-040428David Friedman   10501916-04-13
United States, Oregon, Benton, South hill. So. of Corvallis., 44.5647 -123.2608

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OSC-V-040421Keith R. Matson   s.n.1954-03-17
United States, Oregon, Benton, On road to Lewisburg Saddle, W. of Lewisberg., 44.6372 -123.295

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OSC-V-040423Ruth E. Hopson   s.n.1944-05-10
United States, Oregon, Lane or Linn, Coburg Hills., 44.2211 -122.9535, 145m

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A. Galbraith   s.n.1916-04-28
United States, Oregon, Benton, N West of town.

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OSC-V-040426Albert N. Steward   s.n.1957-05-30
United States, Oregon, Josephine, Siskiyou Mountain Range, Store Gulch Guard Station, Illinois River Area., 42.2981 -123.7514

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OSC-V-040417Ralph L. Thompson   52231977-03-20
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island Research Natural Area, 11.3 ha island in the Umpqua River, at the end of Cougar Creek Road, 7.3 km west of Bullock Bridge and OR 138., 43.475 -123.5431

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OSC-V-040425Georgia S. Mason   101111975-05-27
United States, Oregon, Lane, Near the railroad tracks along the Siuslaw River; about 3 miles north on the road between Highway 126 and Swisshome., 44.05949 -123.88718

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OSC-V-257099Richard E. Brainerd   661998-04-17
United States, Oregon, Lane, Balboa wetland site in west Eugene. 1.4 mile west of Westlawn Cemetery office and 1/4 mile east of Pacific Scanning Systems. Adjacent to old airport runway., 44.0499770575 -123.180735442, 119m

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OSC-V-262881Lorena Dornfeld   s.n.1956-04-23
United States, Oregon, none, Turner Road.

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OSC-V-265513   
United States, Oregon


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