Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Zigadenus elegans (Zygadenus elegans), Zigadenus elegans subsp. glaucus, Zigadenus elegans var. glaucus, Zigadenus elegans var. elegans
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Yukon University Herbarium


YUKONU
5707Catherine E. Kennedy   378012002-07-17
Canada, Yukon Territory, Fort Selkirk, 62.776111 -137.393333

YUKONU
5609William J. Cody   358201999-07-06
Canada, Yukon Territory, Lapie River bridge, 61.916667 -132.6

YUKONU
7120Rhonda Rosie   4871977-08-02
Canada, Yukon Territory, Ferry Hill, near Stewart Crossing, 63.416667 -136.683333, 615m

YUKONU
7121E. T. Oswald   1975-07-09
Canada, Yukon Territory, Kluane Glacier

YUKONU
7157Bruce A. Bennett   00-5152000-08-03
Canada, Yukon Territory, Vuntut National Park | Dog Creek camp, 69.464158 -139.063851, 447m

YUKONU
7766Bruce A. Bennett   03-3702007-07-01
Canada, Yukon Territory, Keele Range ~ 80 km SW of Old Crow | Basecamp Mountain, 66.96724 -140.80138, 783m

YUKONU
8002Bruce A. Bennett   07-982007-06-23
Canada, Yukon Territory, Mount Klotz, Ogilive Mountains, 65.362624 -140.183516, 1164m

ASU-NEON Terrestrial Plant Collection (Herbarium Vouchers)


NEON:TPLC-HV
NEON05P2QA.J. Wynne-Ballard   Aw0072021-06-24
United States, Alaska, Southeast Fairbanks, Domain 19, Delta Junction NEON, 63.93089 -145.75294, 517m

NEON:TPLC-HV
NEON05P51E.R. Whitney   ERW-2019-0762019-07-08
United States, Alaska, Southeast Fairbanks, Domain 19, Delta Junction Site, Near Fort Greely, 63.88352 -145.74059, 507m

General Research Observations


SEINet
Marc A. Baker   155212003-08-15
USA, NEW MEXICO, Otero County, Hoosier Canyon, Sacramento Mountains, 8km SW of Sacramento, 36km SE of Alamogordo, 32.74 -105.62, 2500m

SEINet
LCDI001337Isaac Jensen   1506162016-06-16
United States, Iowa, Howard, 43.44046 -92.38163

SEINet
Walter Fertig   194542001-05-31
U.S.A., Montana, Carbon, East slope Pryor Mountains: south tributary of Layout Creek, ca 1.5 mi W of Layout Creek Ranger Station., 45.091589 -108.291773, 1585 - 1707m

SEINet
USUUB018955Sandra Robins   171182017-07-13
USA, Utah, Uintah, Ashley National Forest; Uinta Mountains, east of Dyer Mountain and 3.5 miles south of East Park Reservoir along FR 022., 40.731864 -109.541575, 2649m

SEINet
RINK, GLENN   150892018-06-29
United States, Arizona, Coconino, bottom of Willow Valley Canyon, 34.58591 -111.39569, 1951m

SEINet
Kristian R. Valles   802015-08-17
United states, Utah, 39.11241 -111.464763

SEINet
Walter Fertig   251222009-08-18
United States, Utah, Iron, Markagunt Plateau: Cedar Mountain, Cedar Breaks National Monument, swamp on terrace bank on south side of Ashdown Canyon at confluence of Ashdown Creek and Rattle Creek. T36S R9W S27 SW4 SW4, 37.63419 -112.869799, 2469m

SEINet
Heidi M. Simper   712019-07-19
USA, Idaho, Blaine, Within Guy Canyon of Rock Creek Ranch. Turn North on Rock Creek Road from Hwy 20. In about 4.3 miles, turn left at the barn. Go past the barn and through the gate. Turn left after the gate., 43.392903 -114.4111, 1572m

SEINet
Rink, G.   166702020-07-22
USA, Arizona, Greenlee, tributary to Fish Creek, 33.67562 -109.40649, 2499m

SEINet
G. Rink   167152020-07-30
USA, Arizona, Apache, Tunitcha Mountains, western tributary to Tsaile Creek, near Road 681, 36.39685 -109.12074, 2560m

SEINet
Garrett G. Billings   5212020-05-04
United States, Utah, San Juan, Off of Lockhart Basin Rd, near the Colorado River., 38.4575 -109.66791

SEINet:UTC
Leila M. Shultz   19,6662004-07-16
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Taos Mountain ski area, Sangre De Christo Mountains, 36.586944 -105.451667, 1801m

SEINet
G. Rink   169442021-07-13
USA, Wyoming, Teton, South Leigh Creek, 43.82162 -110.9868, 2073m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

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.