Dataset: DCM-DCM
Taxa: Boraginaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History, Roseburg


DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   20371997-07-08
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Calopooya Ridge Road., 43.3573 -122.36025, 1798m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   1219-I1985-05-15
Oregon, Douglas, Evans pond., 43.29437 -123.35687, 152m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   14451987-06-06
Oregon, Douglas, Wilbur, Hwy. 99 1 mi. N. of Wilbur., 43.33775 -123.33613, 152m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   1219-II1985-05-15
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Evans pond., 43.29437 -123.35687, 152m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   191980-04-17
Oregon, Douglas, Beatty Creek; Cow Creek, confluence of Beatty Creek, road 321., 42.9204 -123.45705, 152m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   16421990-06-17
Oregon, Douglas, Thorn Mountain, Rd. 1.7 mi S. of Medicine Cr., 43.3218 -122.42896, 1341m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   7391981-06-18
Oregon, Douglas, Diamond Lake, trail no. 1448 by Hw. 138., 43.19113 -122.13693, 1615m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   6451981-04-22
Oregon, Douglas, Bushnell Rock; Hw. 42 to Rd. 5 continue about 2 1/2 miles to Bushnell rock (North) east ridge., 43.13435 -123.61317, 305m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   181980-04-17
Oregon, Douglas, Beatty Creek; Cow Creek, confluence of Beatty Creek, road 321., 42.9204 -123.45705, 152m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   2721980-06-10
Oregon, Douglas, Diamond Lake, North Umpqua Hw. 138. east side lodge, boat ramp, trail to camp., 43.17809 -122.13501, 1585m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   401980-04-27
Oregon, Douglas, Umpqua, Calapooya bridge., 43.36675 -123.47579, 152m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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