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

Page 1, records 1-11 of 11

Oregon State University Vascular Plant Collection

J. W. Marsh   s.n.
United States, Oregon, Washington, Forest Grove., 45.52 -123.1094

A. Kellogg   s.n.1869-07-16
United States, Oregon, Clackamas, Oregon City., 45.3575 -122.6056

Noel H. Holmgren   148612003-06-23
United States, Idaho, Caribou, Crow Creek Road, 12 km (7.5 mi) Southwest od the Wyoming border, just north of the Deer Creek Trailhead, 22.5 km (14 mi) air distance southwest of downtown Afton., 42.5841666666667 -111.133333333333, 2000m

Thomas J. Howell   s.n.
United States, Oregon, Columbia or Multnomah, Sauvie's Island., 45.7223 -122.8192

John B. Leiberg   461893-05-22
United States, Washington, [Spokane], Medical Lake., 580m

Louis F. Henderson   3406
United States, Idaho, Unknown, central Idaho.

Edmund P. Sheldon   120131903-05-17
United States, Oregon, Multnomah, Mt. Scott., 45.461214 -122.554293

Louis F. Henderson   s.n.1898-05-27
United States, Idaho, [Latah], Paradise Creek, Moscow.

OSC0000074William C. Cusick   24011900-06-11
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, bridge at mouth of Trout Creek, Wallowa River., 45.50534 -117.28278, 1158m

John B. Leiberg   10181895-06-23
United States, Idaho, Kootenai, near Santiame divide., 850m

Charles V. Piper   s.n.1896-06-20
United States, Washington, [Whitman], Pullman.

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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