Sample AccessionLocation IDlatitudelongitudeAltitudeCollection DateCountryProvinceCountry CodeProvince CodeSite NoteCollectorUniv AddressWorkbookWorksheetRaw Community TypeRaw Exposure LevelRaw BaregroundRaw Habitat DisturbanceRaw Population AreaRaw Population DensityRaw Soil Moisture
NA.BC.2_2013-06-16NA.BC.248.799-123.13752013-06-16CanadaBritish ColumbiaCABCNote that the GPS coordinates are from Google. At the Saturnal Hope property (email Sally Aitken), park and walk up right fork of gravel road about 50 m. Very few of the plants had any evidence of either fruit or flowers.Sarah Otto6270 University BlvdSarah_Otto_Canada_KS.xlsxSite2roadsidemixed0.9Disturbed/Human altered40.010.0moist
NA.OR.1_2013-06-10NA.OR.144.9167-124.0275.263952013-06-10United StatesOregonUSORsame as in Goldberg et al 2010Charles AshmanN/AAshmanCollection template v4.3.xlsxSAlchilodunes1.00.05moderateN/AN/Adry
NA.PA.1_2013-06-03NA.PA.141.6415-80.43293212013-06-03United StatesPennsylvaniaUSPAsame as dad in Virg CrossTia-Lynn AshmanN/AAshmanCollection template v4.3.xlsxPR virgdeciduous forest0.50.05highN/AN/Adry
NA.PA.2_2013-06-03NA.PA.241.6315-80.33893692013-06-03United StatesPennsylvaniaUSPAsame as mom in virg crossTia-Lynn AshmanN/AAshmanCollection template v4.3.xlsxW virgdedious forest edge0.750.05highN/AN/Adry
EU.FI.1_2013-06-22EU.FI.160.353625.1581302013-06-22FinlandUusimaaFI18The species is native in the collection area (e.g. in neighbouring dryish forest), but apophytic on the exact locality. The seeds were collected from a dense stand where the amount of clonal reproduction is probably high. However, a minimum distance of 3 m was kept between the sampled plants. The population area (20 sq-m) is given for the sampled dense stand, but the species is more or less common in a much wider area in the surroundings.Mikko Piirainen & Pirkko PiirainenFinnish Museum of Natural History, Botanical Museum (H), P.O.Box 7, FI-00014 University of HelsinkiFragaria vesca Piirainen 7033.xlsxSite1Meadow vegetation along road verge0.90.3Disturbed/Human altered20.05.0Dry
SA.CL.1_2014-01-10SA.CL.1-35.6238-71.05441555.322014-01-10ChileNoneCLNoneThe site is naturally forested area in the foot-hills of the Andes which is a protected area but open to tourists. We walked a 2 km informal transect ascending the hill and collecting samples from visible clumps of plants at approximately 200 m intervals. The clumps were mostly in small clearings near paths or where trees had fallen etc.Peter Caligari and Jorge RetamalesUniversidad de Talca, 2 Norte 685, Talca, ChileCollection Vilches Chile 2014_KS.xlsxSite1Woodland - Forest50-60%0.3Moderate30000.0Scattered - -0.01moist to dry
CH.XJ.1_2013-08-10CH.XJ.143.48587.18271988.982013-08-10ChinaXinjiangCNSUN/AYao-Bin Song & Dan JiangHangzhou Normal Universityxinjiang(ch.xj).xlsSite1conifer forest0.70.4Moderately disturbed3000m×10m40.0miost
CH.XJ.2_2013-08-10CH.XJ.243.435787.178819782013-08-10ChinaXinjiangCNSUN/AYao-Bin Song & Dan JiangHangzhou Normal Universityxinjiang(ch.xj).xlsSite2conifer forest0.70.8Moderately disturbed1500m×500m20.0miost
CH.XJ.3_2013-08-11CH.XJ.343.873185.648218672013-08-11ChinaXinjiangCNSUN/AYao-Bin Song & Dan JiangHangzhou Normal Universityxinjiang(ch.xj).xlsSite3conifer forest0.80.8moderate1000m×50m50.0moist
CH.XJ.4_2013-08-11CH.XJ.443.886685.572815732013-08-11ChinaXinjiangCNSUN/AYao-Bin Song & Dan JiangHangzhou Normal Universityxinjiang(ch.xj).xlsSite4conifer forest0.60.3high1000m×50m40.0miost