Dataset: CSUSB
Search Criteria: Canada; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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CSUSB - California State University San Bernardino


CSUSB
CSUSB91283Sue De Groot   1962-06-21
Canada, BC, Near junction of Transcanadian Highway 1 and Highway 99 to Vancouver., 61m

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csusb93528Mrs. Donald Tate   s.n.1971-08-30
Canada, NL, From a bog near Whitbourne, about 60 miles west of St. John's.

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csusb93527L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-02
Canada, BC, Fort Steele

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CSUSB92267L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-06
Canada, BC, Yoho National Park; Emerald Lake, 51.443056 -116.531389, 1280m

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CSUSB92596L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-01
Canada, BC, Stagleap Park; About 18 miles west of Creston and 3 miles east of pass on highway 3, 1402m

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CSUSB93686L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-03
Canada, BC, Kootenay National Park. 20 miles northeast of Radium junction, along highway 93, 50.792635 -115.995826, 1220m

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CSUSB91956M.E. Barkworth   5231972-08-11
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on the northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB93621M.E. Barkworth   5271972-08-14
Canada, BC, Spanish Banks, Point Grey Penninsula. Opposite refreshment stand. Abundant in Maple - Elderberry woods on north facing slope.

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Spergularia rubra (L.) J. Presl & C. Presl
csusb92187M.E. Barkworth   5141972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB90714M.E. Barkworth   5151972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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Lactuca muralis (L.) E. Mey.
CSUSB91673M.E. Barkworth   5081972-07-18
Canada, BC, 8 miles North of Horseshoe Bay on highway 99, 49.476903 -123.240188

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Rubus procerus auct. non P.J. Müll. ex Genev.
CSUSB93815M.E. Barkworth   5171972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB93814M.E. Barkworth   5251972-08-11
Canada, BC, 4 miles south of Mt. Whistler ski area on Highway 99., 50.081437 -123.074936

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CSUSB93813M.E. Barkworth   5281972-08-14
Canada, BC, Spanish Bank, Point Grey peninsula opposite refreshment stand.

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CSUSB93756M.E. Barkworth   5241972-08-11
Canada, BC, 4 miles south of Mt. Whistler ski area on Highway 99., 50.081437 -123.074936

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CSUSB93755M.E. Barkworth   5101972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB93800M.E. Barkworth   5121972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB93799M.E. Barkworth   5111972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB93811M.E. Barkworth   5091972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB93805M.E. Barkworth   5131972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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CSUSB91926M.E. Barkworth   5161972-07-19
Canada, BC, 8 miles north of Horseshoe Bay on Northeast side of Highway 99, 49.477109 -123.241291

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L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-08
Canada, Jasper National Park, near Mount Edith Cavell, Alberta, 2134m

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L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-06
Canada, AB, Peyto Lake; 25.6 miles north of junction of Highway 1 and 93 (Lake Louise) along highway 93., 51.72861 -116.50528, 2134m

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L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-03
Canada, BC, Kootenay National Park. 20 miles northeast of Radium junction, along highway 93, 50.792635 -115.995826, 1220m

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Cassiope mertensiana (Bong.) G. Don
CSUSB93888L. Gaston   s.n.1970-08-09
Canada, AB, Jasper National Park, near Mt. Edith Cavell, 2134m

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CSUSB93883Mrs. Donald Tate   s.n.1971-08-30
Canada, NL, From a bog near Whitbourne, about 60 miles west of St. John's.


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