Dataset: ALA
Taxa: Brigantieaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:21800unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9392041993-07-11
United States, Alaska, Nome Quad.: Seward Peninsula, Kigluaik Mountains, Glacial Lake, Sinuk R. Valley., 64.866667 -165.75, 229 - 686m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:52424Karen Dillman   2013-1312013-08-08
United States, Alaska, Mainland, NE of Petersburg, north of Farragut Bay and River, east of Grant Peak, cirque valley to the SE of Stanton Lake, 57.21422 -133.0634, 865 - 865m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:52423Karen Dillman   2013-1942013-07-30
United States, Alaska, Mainland, south of Stikine River, south of Virginia Lake, mountain ridge of limestone geology., 56.43425 -132.09892, 892 - 892m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:53022Karen Dillman   13601993-07-06
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Swan Lake. Trailhead to Falls Lake, at lake's edge., 57.03147 -132.74012, 421 - 421m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:52471Karen Dillman   13601993-07-06
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Swan Lake. Trailhead to Falls Lake, at lake's edge., 57.03147 -132.74012, 421 - 421m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:52422Karen Dillman   98231998-06-25
United States, Alaska, Kuiu Island. Tebenkof Bay Wilderness. Alecks Peak area near Forest Service Repeater., 56.5833 -134.03336, 1000 - 1000m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
UAMb:Herb:21800unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9392041800-01-01
United States

ALA
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
UAMb:Herb:18743unknown   1800-01-01
Australia


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