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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Tsuga mertensiana (Bong.) Carrière
James Shevock   113381985-08-09
United States, California, Placer, Western Slope of the Northern Sierra Nevada. Ahoe National Forest, Granitie Chief Wilderness. Along trail 16E10 above Picayune Valley., 39.15 -120.29583, 2150m

SD:Plants
Tsuga mertensiana (Bong.) Carrière
M. V. Hood   s.n.1940-08-16
United States, California, Mono, Minaret Summit, 37.6566 -119.0609, 2835m

SD:Plants
Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carrière
T. M. C. Taylor   s.n.1935-09-03
Canada, Ontario, Algoma, Harmony River, on ranger trail 6 miles north of highway, 47 -84.75

SD:Plants
Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carrière
Delzie Demaree   111591934-11-03
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Forest, Friendship, on creek bluffs

SD:Plants
Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.
Edith A. Purer   75211938-07-05
United States, Alaska, Unknown, below Mendenhall Glacier

SD:Plants
Tsuga mertensiana (Bong.) Carrière
Darley F. Howe   s.n.1959-08-03
United States, California, Lassen, Lassen National Park, 40.48613 -121.28357, 2590m

SD:Plants
Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.
Darley F. Howe   s.n.1963-07-07
United States, California, Humboldt, 5 miles north of Orick on Highway #101, 41.3494 -124.0263

SD:Plants
Mrs. R. M. Austin   s.n.1882-08-10
United States, California, Lassen, Lassen's Peak, 40.48778 -121.50389, 2745m

SD:Plants
Tsuga mertensiana (Bong.) Carrière
Helen V. Witham   5561969-10-06
United States, California, Siskiyou, west face, granite cliffs above Kangaroo Lake, 41.33333 -123.66667, 2100m

SD:Plants
Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg.
W. H. Price   s.n.1974-09-01
United States, Washington, Jefferson, north bank of Duckabush River, 4 miles west of Hood Canal, Olympic Peninsula, 120m


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