Dataset: WTU
Search Criteria: Russian Federation; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Washington Herbarium, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture


WTU:Vascular
400281L. Bakalin   67332014-07-09
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kurile Islands, northwest shore of Shumshu Island., 50.769 156.249, 15m

WTU:Vascular
400287L. Bakalin   67322014-07-29
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kurile Islands, northwest shore of Shumshu Island., 50.769 156.249, 15m

WTU:Vascular
21283W. Eyerdam   s.n.1928-08-11
Russian Federation, Kamchatka Krai, Kamtchatka australis: Saivoko, vel. Palovinaja.

WTU:Vascular
348897Birgit Semsrott   BS 11611997-08-04
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Paramushir, northeast corner of island; environs of unnamed lake fed by Savushkina River; near Putyatino settlement on coast., 50.738611 156.149722, 15 - 30m

WTU:Vascular
336067S. Kharkevich, M. Gorshkov   231975-08-12
Russian Federation, Kamchatka Krai, Kamchatskiy region, Olyoutorskiy district, 50 kilometers to northwest of village Achayvayam.

WTU:Vascular
342902Sarah Gage, Birgit Semsrott   BS 00191996-08-01
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Paramushir, ca. 3 km south of Severo-Kurilsk, mouth of river., 50.631111 156.1325

WTU:Vascular
342910Birgit Semsrott   BS 00461996-08-03
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Paramushir, south end of Paramushir - Vasil'yeva Peninsula., 50.028333 155.397778

WTU:Vascular
342948Birgit Semsrott   BS 03641996-08-15
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Matua, near south point of island, across dirt road from freshwater lake (road leads to military housing)., 48.073611 153.260278

WTU:Vascular
337661Sarah Gage   SG 14461996-08-19
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Ketoi, inland coastal margin in the environs of Stochnyi River., 47.299167 152.503889

WTU:Vascular
337743Sarah Gage   SG 11791995-08-06
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Urup, inland coastal margin of Natalie Bay; environs of Vesolaya River., 46.085278 150.140833, 15m

WTU:Vascular
337773Sarah Gage, J. A. Lopez   SG 14771995-08-22
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archepelago: Simushir, inland coastal margin of Srednaya Bay; near unnamed river; on top of coastal plateau., 46.993333 152.021111, 15m

WTU:Vascular
348916Sarah Gage   SG 45251997-08-18
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Makanrushi, inland from Zakat Bay., 49.737778 154.414444

WTU:Vascular
348914Sarah Gage   SG 40241997-07-29
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Iturup, About 4 km east of Kitovyi by road; along main road but near the side road that leads down to the abandoned fish hatchery along Podoshevka River., 45.265833 147.933333

WTU:Vascular
342928Birgit Semsrott   BS 02401996-08-08
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Kharimkotan, Severgina Bay, ca 50 km from shoreline / beach, next to stream., 49.159444 154.490833

WTU:Vascular
342715Birgit Semsrott   BS 05131996-08-21
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Kuril Archipelago: Urup, Tetyaeva Bay, Kama River., 45.646111 149.468611

WTU:Vascular
Osmundastrum asiaticum (Fern.) Tagawa
337390S. Kharkevich, T. Buch   261989-06-10
Russian Federation, Primorskiy, Primorskiy territory, suburb of Vladivostok, 27 km N of Vladivostok, road Khabarovsk-Vladivostok., 43.317583 131.994273

WTU:Vascular
Osmundastrum asiaticum (Fern.) Tagawa
337410S. Kharkevich, T. Buch   261989-06-10
Russian Federation, Primorskiy, Primorskiy territory, suburb of Vladivostok, 27 km N of Vladivostok, road Khabarovsk-Vladivostok., 43.317583 131.994273

WTU:Vascular
Botrychium robustum (Rupr.) Underw.
391738Suzanne Joneson   32842001-08-12
Russian Federation, Sakhalin Region, Northwestern tip of Sakhalin Island. Sakhalinsky Bay. Environs of Uspenskoye Lake., 53.455083 141.966467


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