Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Streptopus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
C. M. Bean   s.n.1882-06-07
United States, New York, Clinton, Turnbull's Glen, Auable Forks, damp ravine.

SD:Plants
C. M. Bean   s.n.1882-06-10
United States, New York, Unknown, Lewis, Roaring Brook, moist woods.

SD:Plants
Unknown   s.n.1876-05-11
United States, New York, Tompkins, Six Mile, Ithaca.

SD:Plants
Edith A. Purer   77261938-08-08
United States, Washington, Snohomish, Woods, Snoqualmie National Forest.

SD:Plants
T. M. C. Taylor   7601935-09-02
Canada, Ontario, Algoma, Mamainse Point, beside small creek., 47 -84.75

SD:Plants
Edith A. Purer   76561938-07-30
United States, Alaska, Skagway, Woods, Skyland Trail, above Skagway.

SD:Plants
Unknown   s.n.1892-05-28
United States, New York, Erie, West Seneca.

SD:Plants
W. Bertsch   2551953-08-01
United States, Oregon, Hood River, Mount Hood National Forest, Highway 35., 1372m

SD:Plants
J. E. Closson   s.n.1896-05-21
United States, Maine, Penobscot, Boson Mills, Orono.

SD:Plants
Ruth B. Randall   s.n.1926-07-21
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Crater lake, along streams.


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