Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Betula utahensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANM
CAN 572749Brayshaw, Thomas C.; Merilees, W. J.   1963-07-17
Canada, British Columbia (Prov.), Cariboo Land Distr., 10 miles W of Summit Lake., 54.25 -122.883333

CMN:CANM
CAN 572741Brayshaw, Thomas C.; Doan, G. E.   1959-08-05
Canada, British Columbia (Prov.), 53.033333 -119.233333

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
1609128T.C. Brayshaw   1365451972-06-26
Canada, British Columbia, Newgate; near Linklater Creek., 49.03333 -115.23333, 823m

New York Botanical Garden Steere Herbarium


NY
253856S. G. Stokes   s.n.1900-04-18
United States of America, Utah, Salt Lake Co., Ciyt Creek Cañon.

Yale University Herbarium, Peabody Museum of Natural History (Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History-YU)


YU-YPM:YU
Betula utahensis Britton (pro sp.)
YU.134240William Alfred Weber   1963-09-11
United States of America, Colorado, Boulder, Long Canyon, northwest slope of Green Mountain, foothills west of Boulder, 39.9833 -105.3


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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