Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Platanthera huronensis (Habenaria huronensis, Habenaria hyperborea var. huronensis, Platanthera hyperborea var. huronensis, Platanthera hyperborea var. major, Habenaria dilatata var. media, Platanthera media, Orchis huronensis)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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General Research Observations


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Platanthera huronensis (Nutt.) Lindl.
Rink, G.   37712004-07-29
United States, Colorado, La Plata, San Juan National Forest. Weminuche Wilderness Area. Shore of Durango City Reservoir., 3322m

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Platanthera huronensis (Nutt.) Lindl.
G. Rink   36242004-07-24
United States, Colorado, San Juan, San Juan National Forest, Elk Creek, upstream of the beaver ponds at the confluence of Vestal Creek., 37.71966 -107.59731, 3078m

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Platanthera huronensis (Nutt.) Lindl.
G. Rink   38202004-08-01
USA, Colorado, La Plata, San Juan National Forest. Needle Creek., 37.61341 -107.67945, 2743m

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Platanthera huronensis (Nutt.) Lindl.
Aaron F. Wells   AFW2002_0402022-07-31
United States, Washington, Okanogan, Near Slate Pass, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest., 48.731361 -120.671661, 2012m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.