Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Epilobium densiflorum (Oenothera densiflora, Boisduvalia densiflora, Boisduvalia salicina, Boisduvalia densiflora var. pallescens, Boisduvalia densiflora var. salicina, Boisduvalia densiflora var. densiflora, Boisduvalia densiflora var. imbricata, Boisduvalia imbricata, Oenothera salicina)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University Marion Ownbey Herbarium


WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
221279Garland M. Powell   s.n.1939-07-09
United States, Oregon, Benton, Near Philomath., 44.54028 -123.36639

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
261414J.H. Christ   117121940-08-15
United States, Idaho, Boise, On banks of Payette River, 2 miles west of Horseshoe Bend., 43.907614 -116.229904

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
261121R. Spellenberg   17801967-08-14
United States, Oregon, Lane, 1 mi. S. of Junction City, ¼ mi. E. od Hiway 99., 44.204957 -123.20444

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
261380J.H. Christ   85631937-08-07
United States, Idaho, Adams, On roadside six miles west of Council., 44.73 -116.43722

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
219617William H. Baker   83201951-07-29
United States, Idaho, Owyhee, Dry rocky bar along streamside at Reynolds Creek., 43.373292 -116.632402

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
338689A.E. Grable   95971982-08-31
United States, Washington, Walla Walla, Lewis Peak Ridge 1.4 mi east of 3560 ft. benchmark. At gate marking old roadway into Richard Hensel property., 46.06167 -117.99722

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
270964Earle F. Layser   18071971-08-00
United States, Washington, Pend Oreille, In a vernally wet sedge meadow at Calispell Lake., 48.29 -117.32

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
210187Arthur Cronquist   75731953-07-22
United States, Oregon, Wheeler, South slope near summit of Wolf Mountain; Ochoco Mountains northeast of Paulina.

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
103431Charles Vancouver Piper   s.n.1918-08-06
United States, Oregon, Marion, Salem., 44.94306 -123.03389

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
78049P.A. Munz   145541936-08-29
United States, Oregon, Ada, Damp place on hillside above Arrowrock Reservoir, Boise River, Above Boise., 42.10583 -119.27722

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
60466Lincoln Constance   9491934-07-09
United States, Oregon, Lane, Dry ditch along Lorane Highway, 10 miles southwest of Eugene., 43.949717 -123.228059

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
325655Larose McCluskey   1141974-07-03
United States, Washington, Columbia, Lewis & Clark State Park., 46.28778 -118.07056

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
64963Morton E. Peck   127921923-06-10
United States, Washington, San Juan, San Juan Islands, Friday Harbor., 48.58333 -122.96667

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
225183Jean G. Witt   11411947-08-09
United States, Idaho, Nez Perce, Damp springy place by the roadside top of Craig Mts., 46.21333 -116.85111

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
298787J. Francis Macbride   3451910-07-07
United States, Idaho, Payette, Falk's Store [T7N R3W S20 NE4]., 43.933909 -116.71878

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
298728Aven Nelson   10631911-07-13
United States, Idaho, Canyon, Nampa., 43.54083 -116.5625

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
95823C.L. Hitchcock   50061939-06-28
United States, Oregon, Jackson, 7 mi. southwest of Prospect., 42.679362 -122.585432

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
118190Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   s.n.1884-07-01
United States, Washington, Spokane, Spangle., 47.4275 -117.37917

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
118122Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   s.n.1889-07-06
United States, Washington, Spokane, Cheney., 47.4875 -117.57472

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
121533W.C. Cusick   44231914-07-30
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Base of Tyee Mountain., 43.43306 -123.46028

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
400138Richard R. Halse   105342020-07-12
United States, Oregon, Benton, Corvallis, off of SW 3rd Street by old railroad route, behind the Fireworks Restaurant., 44.55299 -123.263523, 66m

WS
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
403693Wade R. Roberts   5602017-08-10
United States, Washington, Whitman, Smoot Hill, Hudson Biological Reserve, 46.829329 -117.233137

Western Illinois University, ​R. M. Myers Herbarium


MWI
MWI00059405Train, Percy   7671936-08-03
USA, Nevada, Elko, Ruby Mountains, Robinson Creek, east side of Ruby Mountains, 2130m

MWI
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & Raven
MWI00023896Ahart, Lowell   103302003-06-30
USA, California, Butte, Forbestown, about 2 air miles northwest, north side of Ponderosa Way, about 1.5 road miles southwest of the Ponderosa Dam, 40.19167 -119.475, 400m

MWI
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & Raven
MWI00042881Ahart, Lowell   104132003-07-17
USA, California, Yuba, Smartville, about 6 air miles south, west side of Smartville Road, about 2 miles north of the intersection of Waldo Road and Smartville Road, 40.36111 -120.61944, 120m

General Research Observations


SEINet
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
Walter Fertig   7291988-08-06
United States, Oregon, Benton, Bald Hill Park, Corvallis, eastern edge of summit about 1/4 mile from parking area., 44.567977 -123.330575, 152m

SEINet
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
Walter Fertig   7481988-08-14
USA, Oregon, Benton, Oak Creek Biological Station, McDonald Forest, along Patterson Road across from experimental fence., 44.60403 -123.33408, 143m

SEINet
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindl.) Hoch & P. H. Raven
G. Rink   158832019-06-19
USA, California, Lassen, Along Hwy 395 north of Deep Cut Road, 40.523046 -120.263785, 1341m


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