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

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Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History, Roseburg


DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   1991-08-15
Oregon, [needs research], Roseburg., 137m

DCM:DCM
Frasera umpquaensis M. Peck & Applegate
DCM herbarium staff   
Oregon, Douglas, detailed locality information protected

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   88-10851988-06-24
Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island RNA. Myrtle Island Research Natural Area, 11.3 ha island in the Umpqua River at end of Cougar Creek Road, 7.3 km west of Bullock Bridge at OR 138., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   17901991-08-23
Oregon, Douglas, Rough Creek., 43.14855 -122.29223, 1722m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   4671980-08-17
Oregon, Douglas, [Hershberger Meadows]; Union Creek Hw. 230 north to Hershburger Mt. spring., 43.03275 -122.44991, 1676m

DCM:DCM
Frasera umpquaensis M. Peck & Applegate
DCM herbarium staff   
Oregon, Douglas, detailed locality information protected

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   50271977-09-25
Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island RNA. Myrtle Island Research Natural Area, 11.3-ha island in the Umpqua River, at end of Cougar Creek Road, 7.3 km west of Bullock Bridge and OR 138., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m

DCM:DCM
Frasera umpquaensis M. Peck & Applegate
DCM herbarium staff   
Oregon, Douglas, detailed locality information protected

DCM:DCM
Frasera umpquaensis M. Peck & Applegate
DCM herbarium staff   
United States, Oregon, Douglas, detailed locality information protected

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   30121999-09-07
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Huckleberry Gap, Rogue-Umpqua Divide., 42.91796 -122.5897, 1554m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   7591981-07-07
Oregon, Douglas or Lane, Carter Lake, Hw. 101., 43.86305 -124.15102, 15m


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