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

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Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History, Roseburg

Jack Hausotter   15721983-10-09
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Judd Creek; Headwaters Judd Cr. - Mt. Ramble.

DCM herbarium staff   13331986-07-15
Oregon, Douglas, Hershberger Mountain Lookout., 43.03494 -123.05049, 1916m

DCM herbarium staff   20961999-08-10
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Wild Rose Road; roadside, base of small waterfall., 43.38593 -122.53865, 1341m

DCM herbarium staff   13641986-05-26
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Cow Creek; Doe Creek - Cow Creek drainage., 42.93496 -123.51617, 244m

DCM herbarium staff   9381983-07-23
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Twin Lakes Shelter., 43.23476 -122.58753, 1533m

DCM herbarium staff   17351990-10-20
Oregon, Douglas, Grasshopper Mountain; Grasshopper LO Tr., 43.04732 -122.50965, 1524m

DCM herbarium staff   6081981-03-08
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Smith River; Vincent Creek Smith River., 43.79049 -123.7794, 152m

DCM herbarium staff   2941980-06-12
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Toketee, North Umpqua Hwy 138., 43.26355 -122.40934, 853m

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