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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0128314Larry C. Higgins   291232010-06-24
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Grapevine Wash., 37.36965 -113.8249, 1710m

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BRYV0066487Mark Madsen   49032010-05-04
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Dixie National Forest. Dam Wash. Bull Valley Mtns. Pine Valley RD., 37.4244 -113.8543, 1585m

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BRYV0059194Mark Madsen   59062012-04-17
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Heath Wash. South End of Pine Valley Mountain. Pine Valley RD/Dixie NF., 37.2651 -113.4485, 1372m

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BRYV0128253M. Madsen   15992004-05-13
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Dixie Natl. Forest, Pine Valley Ranger District; ca. 0.24 mi. S. of Browse Guard Station., 37.37666 -113.34833, 1798m

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BRYV0140553Mark Madsen   65182014-04-18
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Found in Dry Sandy, ca. 2 miles S of Beatty Hill on the Browse Road. East slope of the Pine Valley Mtns. Pine Valley RD/Dixie National Forest., 37.32404 -113.31954, 1372m

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BRYV0165256R. G. Swinney   112182009-06-17
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Transverse Range; San Gabriel Mtns.: Fenner Canyon just above confluence with Big Rock Creek (Valyermo 7.5Õ)., 34.39083 -117.77611, 1628m

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BRYV0220377David Keil   329692015-03-24
U.S.A., California, Ventura, Along Lockwood Valley Road., 34.72163 -119.14101, 1620m

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BRYV0233253Mark Madsen   88722017-04-07
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Found about 1 air mile NNW of the Leap Creek diversion 5 air miles W of Pintura. E slope Pine Valley Mountain. Pine Valley Road., 37.39073 -113.30038, 1615m

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BRYV0271050Arnold Tiehm   157372009-04-28
U.S.A., Nevada, Lincoln, Clover Mts, main road between SamÕs Camp Well and East Pass., 37.83941 -114.20952, 1661m

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BRYV0289003Mark Madsen   102742020-04-30
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Found on the Harmon Creek turn along the Browse road ca 2 miles SE of the Browse Guard Station., 37.36512 -113.34677, 1781m

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614865Elizabeth Makings   31502008-11-19
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Coronado National Forest. Geronimo Trail off FS Road 63., 31.51921 -109.05816, 5528m

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BRYV0208592Bonnie C. Templeton   s.n.1947-08-04
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains.

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BRYV0165246R. G. Swinney   100002009-01-19
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mtns.: Azusa, Hwy 39 at El Encanto Rivers and Mountains Conservancy entrance, 1.9 mi. NE of Sierra Madre Ave (Azusa 7.5Õ)., 34.16388 -117.89611, 232m

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Garrya elliptica Douglas ex Lindl.
BRYV0009692C. Davidson   118262011-01-26
U.S.A., California, Humboldt, Moonstone Beach, north of McKinleyville., 41.02944 -124.11138

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Garrya elliptica Douglas ex Lindl.
BRYV0080000David J. Keil   313732012-06-21
U.S.A., California, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Range (Irish Hills). Road from See Canyon to Davis Peak., 35.23348 -120.78532, 541m

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BRYV0092158Richard R. Halse   78592010-04-27
U.S.A., Oregon, Douglas, Along Cow Creek Road ca 17.6 miles southwest of Riddle., 42.88855 -123.5603, 352m

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BRYV0291051Y. Tanaka   651961-04-15
Japan, Bot. Gard. Cult.

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BRYV0291050J. Jutila   2671990-11-02
Japan, Toyama, Southeast trail skirting edge of campus. Toyama Prefecture, Toyama City, Sugitani 2630, Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University. Mizuki-ka.

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BRYV0291049D. E. Boufford   253181990-05-21
Japan, Gif Prefecture: Yoshiki-gun, Kamitakara-mura, Nakao. At the foot of Mt Yake-dake., 244 - 366m

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BRYV0291048J. Jutila   3221991-05-15
Japan, Toyama. Toyama-ken, Higashitonamigun Shogawa machi futatsuya., 400m

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BRYV0291047E. F. Reimschiissel   10691955-08-13
U.S.A., Utah, 30 N. 4 E. Brigham City.

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BRYV0291046E. F. Reimschiissel   10701955-08-13
U.S.A., Utah, 30 N. 4 E. Brigham City.

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BRYV0291045E. Neese   101581981-04-21
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Brigham Young University campus., 1524m


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