Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Oenothera villosa, Oenothera villosa subsp. strigosa (Oenothera cheradophila, Oenothera procera, Oenothera rydbergii, Oenothera biennis var. strigosa, Oenothera depressa subsp. strigosa, Oenothera strigosa subsp. cheradophila, Oenothera villosa subsp. cheradophila, Oenothera villosa var. strigosa), ... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens

Oenothera villosa subsp. strigosa (Rydb.) W. Dietr. & P.H. Raven
00935007Dina Clark; Mike Gellner   27662008-08-14
United States, Colorado, Yuma, Approx. 12 miles northwest of Idalia, along the south side of the Arikaree River, east of County Road U., 39.758769 -102.450636, 1178m

KHD00025631Dina Clark   27662008-08-14
United States, Colorado, Yuma, Approx 12 mi NW of Idalia, along the south side of the Arikaree River, east of County Road U. T3S R45W SEC30, 39.758769 -102.450636, 1178m

49387W Klein 3295   1969-08-20
United States, Colorado, Weld County, Pawnee Natl Grassland, Central Plains Exp Range along Owl Ck, 40.8358 -104.7243, 1584m

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