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

Page 1, records 1-19 of 19

Oregon State University Vascular Plant Collection


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Richard E. Brainerd   8542007-06-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, South Eugene at intersection of Agate Stree and Stony Ridge Road., 44.0211 -123.0686, 213m

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Richard E. Brainerd   641998-04-16
United States, Oregon, Benton, north Corvallis, Chip Ross Park; ca. .3 mi from parking area at the end of Lester Avenue, on trail along east boundary of park., 44.6084 -123.2833, 213m

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Richard E. Brainerd   21222013-03-11
United States, Oregon, Clackamas, State Highway 211, 6.8 miles west of Molalla., 45.1465 -122.7175, 58m

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Richard E. Brainerd   21142013-02-17
United States, Oregon, Linn, Lone Pine Road, 1/4 mile north of junction with Washburn Heights Road, 3.4 mile north of Brownsville., 44.442 -122.9762, 331m

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Bruce N. Newhouse   980031998-02-20
United States, Oregon, Lane, found in commonly owned wooded area below Kismet St. in the Hawkins Heights area, Eugene., 44.03314 -123.13801, 213m

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Peter F. Zika   182952003-04-30
United States, Oregon, Linn, no habitation in vicinity, clearcut across the road; W side of Marcola Road; c. 4 air miles SE of Crawfordsville; edge of floodplain of Brush Creek., 44.31 -122.816666666667, 210m

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Richard E. Brainerd   21002012-11-08
United States, Oregon, Washington, southwest Beaverton; north side of Scholls Ferry Road between 158th Avenue and Barrows Road., 45.43 -122.8431, 122m

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Richard R. Halse   74212008-03-15
United States, Oregon, Benton, Corvallis; north edge of town at the end of 13th Street, around city water tanks., 44.59836 -123.26658, 80m

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Suzanne Fluharty   NONE2008-03-14
United States, Oregon, Benton, at the end of 13th street, north edge of town by water tanks., 44.61 -123.278, 80m

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Lindsey Koepke   20100406-3
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park; Sunset Beach; along social trail running south from Sunset Beach Road through pine froest to Malarky Lane (Shore Pines estates)., 46.0943 -123.9359, 6m

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Richard E. Brainerd   21212013-03-11
United States, Oregon, Marion, Highway 99E at intersection with Grim Road NE; 1.3 miles northeast of Hubbard; also common along nearby railroad right-of-way., 45.201 -122.7829, 61m

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Bruce N. Newhouse   980021998-02-13
United States, Oregon, Lane, Laurelwood Golf Course; Eugene., 44.0234539941 -123.064922594, 213m

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Peter F. Zika   247652010-02-27
United States, Washington, Pierce, 7th Street SE near 23rd Avenue SE; Puyallup., 47.17 -122.285, 125m

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Richard E. Brainerd   21452013-05-18
United States, Oregon, Douglas, east side of Interstate 5 at exit 138, 1.5 air miles north of Sutherlin., 43.4112 -123.3265, 152m

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OSC-V-257114Richard E. Brainerd   581997-09-04
United States, Oregon, Benton, north Corvallis on south side of Highland Dell Drive, 0.3 mile west of Highland Drive., 44.6033928168 -123.266548086, 107m

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OSC-V-257059Richard E. Brainerd   291994-05-19
United States, Oregon, Lane, Eugene, Tugman City Park., 44.0166164907 -123.084787223, 143m

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OSC-V-260545R. E. Brainerdd   27052018-04-29
United States, Oregon, Hood river, Cascade Locks; Thunder Island; Marine Park; on the Columbia River shoreline., 45.66859 -121.89787, 27m

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OSC-V-262457Peter F. Zika   291692018-02-16
U.S.A., Washington, Kitsap, NE side of Route 305, 1.7 air km E of Manzanita Bay, Bainbridge Island, Puget Sound., 47.6762 -122.5358, 45m

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OSC-V-263521R.E. Brainerd   26582016-11-17
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Roseburg, SE Terrace Drive., 43.20123 -123.33681, 295m


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