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

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Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History, Roseburg


DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   3541980-06-22
Oregon, Douglas, Fish Creek, Rattlesnake Mt. trail., 43.09062 -122.41043, 1692m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   1141980-05-01
Oregon, Douglas, Stearns Lane, road 10 A. west of R.R. tracks, Oakland., 43.41045 -123.31625, 152m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   3581980-06-22
Oregon, Douglas, Fish Creek, Rattlesnake Mt. Trail., 43.09062 -122.41043, 1692m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   30171999-05-26
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Huckleberry Gap, Rogue Umpqua Divide., 42.91796 -122.5897, 1554m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   20401997-07-22
Oregon, Douglas, Hills Peak, Big Swamp Road., 43.40047 -122.18068, 1512m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   8951982-08-14
Oregon, Douglas, Serviceberry Camp, on Squaw Creek; Tiller, Jackson Creek, 42.91734 -122.66695, 1554m

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   33831988-08-09
Oregon, Coos, Golden and Silver Falls State Park, 10 mi. NE of Allegany at end of Co. 48.

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   88-10591988-06-24
Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island RNA., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   1401980-05-06
Oregon, Douglas, Callahan Creek, road 302; Tiller., 42.9092 -122.97106, 888m

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   65681978-07-31
Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island RNA., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   3791980-07-06
Oregon, Douglas, Reynolds Ridge Shelter, FS #2560., 43.40029 -122.51874, 1570m

DCM:DCM
DCM herbarium staff   4861980-08-18
Oregon, Douglas, Diamond Lake, North Umpqua Hw. 138., 43.1313 -122.15013, 1585m

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   88-11481988-06-29
Oregon, Coos, Golden and Silver Falls State Park, 10 mi. NE of Allegany at end of Co. 48.

DCM:DCM
Ralph L. Thompson   54391977-08-05
Oregon, Douglas, Myrtle Island RNA., 43.46885 -123.55517, 76m


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