Dataset: SHTC
Taxa: Linaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SHTC - CSU Stanislaus Herbarium


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Worsham J.S.   431994-03-10
United States, California, Merced, 5km east of Hwy. 99, on El Capitan on the northside of the road, pasture

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Murphy J.   1102004-04-22
United States, California, Tuolumne, Hwy. 108, 90m west of the west Twaub Garte entrance. Plants on north shoulder, 1044m

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Linum medium (Planch.) Britton
Gregerson E.   -1938-08-02
United States, ILL, Zion, -

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Jetten R.   581991-06-13
Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge, 5km southwest of Monarch, 1km south of the Old Man river, 49.75 -113.15, 900m

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Blaney K.   241991-06-17
Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge, ~16km east of Picture Butte near the banks of the Oldman and Little Bow river, 12.5 -49.883333

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Lowry N.   111991-06-13
Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge, In the southern valley bottomw of the Oldman River by the bridge 1km south of Monarch, 49.783333 -113.05

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Gillis L.L.   221991-06-07
Canada, Alberta, Lethbridge, ~16km east of Picture Butte in a river valley where the Little bow and Oldman river converge.

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Borgstrom E.E.   1211994-04-07
United States, California, Los Angeles, In the city of El Segundo, 0.5miles east of ocean., 30m

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Kmoernschild R.   291995-04-19
United States, California, Tuolumne, 2miles south of Jamestown on Hwy. 108.

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Scott B.L.   241996-04-17
United States, California, Stanislaus, CSU Stanislaus Campus

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Ramirez, M.   192016-05-07
United States, California, San Joaquin, in between other flowers under tree near the lake, 37.79036 -121.31568, 3m


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