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

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Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History, Roseburg


DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   52601977-04-02
Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island RNA., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   2311980-06-05
Oregon, Douglas, Diamond Lake, North Umpqua Hw. 138, east side., 43.16017 -122.13055, 1585m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   4321980-09-16
Oregon, Douglas, Cow Camp; Tiller, South Umpqua rd. 46 to Jackson Crk. rd. 293, to 3032., 43.04747 -122.74596, 1219m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   12471985-06-26
Oregon, Douglas, Taft Mountain, road 111., 43.24913 -122.74591, 914m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   20021997-03-25
Oregon, Douglas, Emile Creek, commercial camp., 43.25039 -122.88176, 366m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   405-II1980-07-20
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Black Rock Meadow; North Umpqua Hw. 138 to Copeland Crk. south on 2739, south on 2799, south on 2780, east on 2716, Rolling Grounds trail 1480 to Black Rock Meadow., 43.16262 -122.45016, 1524m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   3901980-07-06
Oregon, Douglas, Bear Camp; Reynolds Ridge, Bear Camp rd. 2432, road 2560, east on 2432., 43.40042 -122.4801, 1585m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   4051980-07-20
Oregon, Douglas, Black Rock. North Umpqua Hw. 138 to Copeland Crk. south on 2739, south on 2799, south on 2780, east on 2716, Rolling Grounds trail 1480 to Black Rock Meeadow., 43.24879 -122.44908, 1707m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   2471980-06-08
Oregon, Douglas, [North Bank Rd.], Wilbur-Glide rd. 200., 43.32283 -123.19749, 271m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   4281980-09-16
Oregon, Douglas, Crooked Creek, rd. 3032; Tiller, South Umpqua rd. to 3032., 43.07644 -122.74606, 1067m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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