Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Campanula rotundifolia (Campanula dubia, Campanula sacajaweana, Campanula groenlandica, Campanula rotundifolia subsp. groenlandica, Campanula rotundifolia subsp. intercedens, Campanula rotundifolia var. alaskana, Campanula rotundifolia var. alpina, Campanula rotundifolia var. arctica, Campanula rotundifolia var. intercedens, Campanula rotundifolia var. lancifolia, Campanula rotundifolia var. petiolata, Campanula rotundifolia var. velutina, Campanula gieseckiana, Campanula gieseckiana subsp. groenlandica, Campanula gieseckiana var. arctica)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-COLO:Plants-V
00216218Evelyn Wolcott   sn1936-08-01
United States, Colorado, Boulder, University Camp., 40.031376 -105.5372326

SEINet-COLO:Plants-V
00215665Kay Raeder   3371954-07-08
United States, Colorado, Boulder, University Camp, 12 miles north of Nederland. Front Range, Boulder Creek Drainage Area., 40.0348403 -105.5478322, 3048m

Terrestrial Plant Collection (Herbarium Vouchers)


NEON:TPLC-HV
NEON0512A   2019-08-26
United States, Colorado, Boulder, 40.05425 -105.58237, 3490m


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