Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: prunus => Prunus, Prunus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0292361Larry C. Higgins   33701970-06-07
U.S.A., Utah, Tooele, Ca 4 miles southeast of Tooele.

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BRYV0296988Sierra Christensen   352022-09-12
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Wasatch Range, South Fork Provo Canyon, Big Springs trailhead at Big Springs Park., 40.33339 -111.52454, 1739m

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Prunus emarginata (Douglas) Eaton
BRYV0299289Mark Madsen   105582022-08-17
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Found on Syler Flat, Pine Valley Mountains., 37.41147 -113.35332, 2284m

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BRYV0300309Otto W. De Groff   5502021-05-31
U.S.A., Utah, Garfield, Henry Mountains, on road to Mt. Pennell communication towers, ca 0.94 air miles se of Mt. Pennell summit, ca 30 air miles s of Hanksville., 37.94639 -110.77917, 2771m

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BRYV0300302Otto W. De Groff   5742021-06-05
U.S.A., Utah, Juab, Wasatch Range, Wash Canyon, ca 0.58 air miles w of Bald Mountain, ca 6.5 air miles ne of Mona., 39.87861 -111.76889, 2705m

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BRYV0300012Otto W. De Groff   8862022-05-10
U.S.A., Utah, Millard, Confusion Range, Blackham Canyon, ca 54.5 air miles wsw of Delta city park., 39.0356 -113.51064, 2081m

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BRYV0301253Otto W. De Groff   5692021-06-01
U.S.A., Utah, Garfield, Henry Mountains, in Cass Creek drainage, ca 0.45 air miles s of Cass Creek Peak, ca 32.7 air miles s of Hanksville., 37.9 -110.71194, 2477m

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BRYV0301373N. Duane Atwood   282332002-05-28
U.S.A., Idaho, Blaine, 6 mi n from Ant Butte to Snow Drift Crater, in Snow Drift Crater, e of Carey, CMNM., 43.34138 -113.55388, 1683m

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Prunus emarginata (Douglas) Eaton
BRYV0303429G. K. Helmkamp   129852007-09-19
U.S.A., California, El Dorado, Foothills, northern Sierra Nevada Mountains: junction of Lost Creek Road and French Creek Road just north of Frenchtown., 38.64944 -120.90611, 366m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.