Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Herpotrichia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Herpotrichia symphoricarpi (Tracy & Earle) M.E. Barr
FLAS-F-56251Dauri J. Tessmann   1996-07-10
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, University of Florida campus, 29.641305 -82.352655

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FLAS-F-45322C.L. Shear   3541937-02-08
USA, Florida, Highland's Hammock

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FLAS-F-02558AB Langlois   N.A.F. 21301896-02-00
United States, Louisiana, St Martin Parish, Saint Martinville, 30.599356 -90.179248

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Herpotrichia diffusa (Cooke) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02557E.B.   1911-10-19
USA, Kansas

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FLAS-F-25622W. D. Edmonston   1908-08-05
USA, Colorado, Hahn's peak

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FLAS-F-02559Bartholomew and Bethel   1914-09-05
USA, Colorado, Silver Lake

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FLAS-F-22161G.F. Weber   1939-08-28
USA, Colorado, Larimer, Buckhorn Canyon, 37.196109 -108.238691, 3280m

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FLAS-F-25621George G. Hedgcock   Timber and Forest Disease Survey 93011911-07-22
USA, Colorado, Montezuma, Mancos, 37.344996 -108.289249, 3125m

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FLAS-F-25620G. G. Hedgcock   1929-08-27
USA, Washington, Metalline falls, nut mountains, east of sullivan lake

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Herpotrichia parasitica (R. Hartig) Rostr.
FLAS-F-02560J. Lind   1902-10-05
Denmark, Fylland, 56 10

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FLAS-F-02561E. Bartholomew   1908-10-07
USA, Arkansas, Batesville

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Herpotrichia rhodospila (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Sacc.
FLAS-F-56160R. K. Voorhees   1933-05-09
USA, Florida, Gainesville

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Herpotrichia rhodospila (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Sacc.
FLAS-F-20821R.K. Voorhees   113711932-05-09
USA, Florida, Alachua

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Herpotrichia rhodospila (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Sacc.
FLAS-F-59884R.K. Voorhees   113711933-05-09
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, 29.651634 -82.324826


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