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

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
WWB-L-4885Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #4071995-11-08
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island. Point Colville; Rocky outcrops north of road through north-east part of BLM property, 48.422222 -122.809444, 26m

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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
WWB-L-4913Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #4341995-11-08
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island; Point Colville; in south-most woods just north of eastern lichen-heath bluff, 24m

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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
WWB-L-3459B. Ryan   Ryan 89511983-08-26
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Skkyline Divide, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1850m

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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
WWB-L-2075F. Rhoades   Rhoades 3741977-08-01
United States, Oregon, Frissell Point, H. J. Andrews Forest, Wilamette Nat. Forest

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2075   

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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
3459   

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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
4885   

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Massalongia carnosa (Dickson) Körb.
4913   


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