Dataset: Weber State University-WSCO
Taxa: Campanulaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Weber State University Herbarium


Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO006781Stephen L. Clark   66912017-07-11
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Carson National Forest, Hopewell Lake Campground, 2896m

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO007428Stephen L. Clark   6981967-07-23
United States, Utah, Summit, Meadows just west of Browne Lake, Uinta Mountains, 2499m

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO003354Stephen L. Clark   3041965-07-19
United States, Utah, Summit, In Henrys Fork drainage along trail to the basin., 3200 - 3353m

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO003355Stephen L. Clark   23571973-05-15
United States, Utah, Davis, Mouth of Karp Cr. Canyon, east of Hill Air Force Base, 1372m

Weber State University:WSCO
WSCO002431Jason W. Baker   13872022-08-02
United States, Iowa, Linn, Collected 0.4 miles south of the Ivahoe cemetery along the Cedar River in a mixed maple/oak and prairie community. Site is slated to become a sand quarry., 42.031497 -91.739981, 213m

Weber State University:WSCO
   3142023-05-30
United States, Utah, Weber, Powder Mountain- Wolf Creek Trail, 41.35204 -111.81435, 1882m


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