Dataset: WWB
Taxa: Catillaria
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


WWB
Catillaria chalybeia (Borrer) A. Massal.
WWB-L-2605B. D. Ryan   s.n.1978-09-13
United States, Washington, Skagit, North shore of Washington Park, Fidalgo Is.; 3.8 m above MLLW, 48.5 -122.7

WWB
Catillaria A. Massal.
WWB-L-2609B. D. Ryan   s.n.1978-08-17
United States, Washington, Skagit, North shore of Washington Park, Fidalgo Is, 3.5 m above MLLW, 48.5 -122.7

WWB
Catillaria A. Massal.
WWB-L-4519Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #821995-09-27
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island; Point Colville; west most area, 48.422222 -122.809444, 4m

WWB
Catillaria A. Massal.
WWB-L-1992F. Rhoades   Rhoades 4861978-01-14
United States, Washington, Dot Island, 5m

WWB
Catillaria A. Massal.
1992   

WWB
Catillaria chalybeia (Borrer) A. Massal.
2605   

WWB
Catillaria A. Massal.
2609   

WWB
Catillaria atropurpurea (Schaer.) Th. Fr.
3292   

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Catillaria boutellei
4227   

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Catillaria A. Massal.
4519   


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