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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Robert S. Kierkpatrick   37601984-07-11
United States, Wyoming, Fremont, Absaroka Mountains; ca. 21 air miles NE of Dubois on the south end of Steamboat Rock., 2621m

SD:Plants
Fred Baker   1981914-07-24
Japan, Kuriles, Unknown, Shibetoro, Etorof.

SD:Plants
Trollius albiflorus (A. Gray) Rydb.
Rob Massatti   86172006-08-08
United States, Wyoming, Fremont, East Slope Wind River Range and Vicinity: Upper Phillips Lake drainage to Shangrila Meadows, circa 6 airmiles East of Downa Mountain. 43.325N, 109.5711W to 43.3182N, 109.5549W to 43.3283N, 109.5614W, 43.325 -109.5711, 2682m

SD:Plants
Trollius albiflorus (A. Gray) Rydb.
Laura E. Lukas   67872008-07-25
United States, Wyoming, Carbon, Medicine Bow Mountains: area Northeast of Sand Lake, circa 12 airmiles Northwest of Centennial; circa 11 airmiles South of Arlington., 41.4561 -106.2725, 3055m

SD:Plants
H. K. Svenson   
United States, New York, Rockland, detailed locality information protected

SD:Plants
R. J. Phillips   s.n.1948-07-01
United States, Wyoming, Unknown, Centennial, 3048m


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