Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Oenothera berlandieri, Oenothera berlandieri subsp. berlandieri (Calylophus berlandieri, Calylophus berlandieri subsp. berlandieri, Oenothera serrulata subsp. drummondii, Calylophus drummondianus subsp. berlandieri), Oenothera berlandieri subsp. pinifolia (Meriolix capillifolia, Meriolix hillii, Meriolix melanoglottis, Oenothera serrulata subsp. pinifolia, Calylophus berlandieri subsp. pinifolius, Calylophus serrulatus var. spinulosus)
Search Criteria: SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens; Search based on polygon; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet:Plants
BRIT12930R. J. O`Kennon   186312003-06-27
United States, Texas, Wise, LBJ National Grasslands, Unit 49. Fs 910 ca 0.2 mi N of Co Rd 2360. Research site: LBJ National Grasslands, 33.3215 -97.5846, 306m

SEINet:Plants
BRIT12945R. J. O`Kennon   186302003-06-27
United States, Texas, Wise, LBJ National Grasslands, Unit 49. Fs 910 ca 0.2 mi N of Co Rd 2360. Research site: LBJ National Grasslands, 33.3215 -97.5846, 306m


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