Dataset: SEMO-
Taxa: Calochortus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Southeast Missouri State University Travis Brooks Herbarium


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Calochortus apiculatis
Warren B VanCamp   891975-07-10
United States, Montana, Glacier, 8 miles south St. Marys along hwy. 89

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Otto Ohmart   801973-06-13
United States, Utah, Emery, 21 miles west Green River Beside route I-70

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David Phillips   5021978-07-19
United States, Colorado, Gunnison, 9 miles north of hwy. 135 on Ohio Creek Rd

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David Phillips   5021978-07-19
United States, Colorado, Gunnison, 9 miles south of Hwy. 135 on Ohio Creek Rd.

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Otto Ohmart   25701982-07-25
United States, Colorado, Eagle, White River National Forest; Hornsilver Forest Campground 2 1/2 miles south Redcliff

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Calochortus mutsllii
Otto Ohmart   22861979-07-01
United States, Nevada, White Pine, Humboldt National Forest; Lehmann Cave National Monument

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Calochortus splendens Douglas ex Benth.
Monica Michael   s.n.1982-05-25
United States, California, San Diego, California Hwy.94;mile marker 31

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Calochortus unifloris
Otto Ohmart   2561973-06-26
United States, California, Tehame, Rt 89 along Gurnsey Creek

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Calochortus venustus Douglas ex Benth.
Otto Ohmart   1921973-06-18
United States, California, Tuolumne, Route 120 1/2 mile south of South Fork Tuolumne River


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