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

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-1480J. Hallanger   6281979-09-29
United States, Washington, Clallam, Obstruction Peak, Hurricane Ridge, 2042m

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-2412D. Shaw   s.n.1980-06-21
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Chowder Ridge, Mt. Baker, 1920m

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-2135F. Rhoades   Rhoades 5531978-08-01
United States, Washington, NE Chowder Ridge, Mt. Baker, 2000m

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-0091L. Maurice Huggins   s.n.1965-07-17
USA, Washington, On Highline Ridge, 1829m

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-2413D. Shaw   s.n.1980-06-21
United States, Washington, Whatcom, NE Chowder Ridge, Mt. Baker

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-3225Chiska Derr   s.n.1982-10-00
United States, Alaska, Juneau

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-3470Cevin Gilleland   Ryan 32041977-00-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Skyline Divide

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-1265B. Cecil   s.n.1979-08-08
United States, Washington, Whatcom, on South Mt. Watson. Anderson-Watson Lakes, 48.666667 -121.583333, 2000m

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
WWB-L-0748Jan Th√łgersen   0.022-31978-07-25
Norway, Hedmark, Folldal: Grimsmoen glaci-fluvial plain. N gravel road by the small quarry, 740m

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Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
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Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
748   

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Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
1265   

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
1480   

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
2135   

WWB
Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
2412   

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Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
2413   

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Solorina crocea (L.) Ach.
3470   


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