Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Turritis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0009687C. Davidson   119062011-08-13
U.S.A., Idaho, Valley, Big Creek Rd, ca. 11.2 miles N of Yellow Pine, along Profile Creek, toward Big Creek. For. Serv. Rd 340., 45.02388 -115.3975, 1978m

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BRYV0117670J. F. Smith   110032013-06-20
U.S.A., Idaho, Blaine, North Fork Big Wood River trail., 43.87155 -114.438, 2192m

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BRYV0105088Stanley L. Welsh   134241976-06-21
U.S.A., Utah, Millard, JohnÕs Knob, Pavant Mts., 38.91381 -112.1957, 2591m

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BRYV0105089Sherel Goodrich   173631982-07-27
U.S.A., Utah, Millard, 7 mi 115 dg SE of Oak City, Cyn Mtns, head of Bowns Cyn., 39.33304 -112.21697, 2530 - 2560m

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BRYV0105100A. F. Bradley   8592001-06-23
U.S.A., Utah, Wasatch, Forest Rd 150, 1/2 mile west of 150, 296 fork., 40.20194 -111.225, 2610m

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BRYV0047954Robert L. Johnson   22612013-06-21
U.S.A., Utah, Summit, Mouth of Tollhouse Canyon at I-80 exit 150. Ca 4.3 mi SW of Wanship on interstate., 40.77524 -111.47, 1914m

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BRYV0106798Robert L. Johnson   31672014-06-27
U.S.A., Utah, Millard, 6.8 rd mi E of Oak City up Oak Creek Canyon Rd, Canyon Mountains. N side of rd., 39.35459 -112.21855, 2046m

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BRYV0143650Robert L. Johnson   48352016-06-25
U.S.A., Montana, Deer Lodge, Mount Haggin Game Management Area, 2.5 rd mi east on Little California Creek Rd after jct with Mill Creek Rd. Ca 11 air mi south of Anaconda., 45.96914 -112.97371, 2086m

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BRYV0298873Lauri Heikkinen   s.n.1958-07-15
Finland, Ostrobothnia, Kajenensis: Kajaani, Lehtikangas, kallio.


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