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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Melanconis stilbostoma (Fr.) Tul. & C. Tul.
FLAS-F-59659D.V. Baxter   1933-08-04
USA, Alaska, Moose Pass; 60.485071 -149.370316, 60.485071 -149.370316

FLAS
Melanconis modonia Tul. & C. Tul.
FLAS-F-02432J.B. Ellis   N.A.F. 15641895-06-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.546504 -75.024896

FLAS
Melanconis salicina Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02433J Dearness   N.A.F. 25231896-11-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

FLAS
Melanconis sigmoidea Cooke & Ellis
FLAS-F-22008J.B. Ellis   1877-06-20
USA, New Jersey, Newfield, 39.546504 -75.024896

FLAS
Melanconis sigmoidea Cooke & Ellis
FLAS-F-22337J.B. Ellis   26471877-06-20
USA, New Jersey, Newfield, 39.546504 -75.024896

FLAS
Melanconis stilbostoma (Fr.) Tul. & C. Tul.
FLAS-F-02434Rev. A.C. Waghorne   1898-08-00
Canada, Newfoundland, Bay of Islands, 49.166667 -58.25

FLAS
FLAS-F-02435E. Bartholomew   1909-07-30
United States, Washington, Kitsap, Bainbridge Island, 47.64306 -122.54111

FLAS
FLAS-F-02436s.n.   N.A.F. 6871896-09-00
United States, New Jersey, Newfield, 39.547695 -75.017515

FLAS
Melanconis tiliacea (Ellis) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02438J. Dearness   N.A.F. 2826
Canada, Ontario, Middlesex, London, 42.983333 -81.25

FLAS
Melanconis tiliacea (Ellis) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-23397J. Dearness   1898-00-00
Canada, Ontario, London; 42.983333 -81.25, 42.983333 -81.25

FLAS
Melanconis tiliacea (Ellis) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-55516E.A. Burt   1897-04-28
USA, Vermont, Addison, Middlebury, Hammonds Woods., 44.015337 -73.16734

FLAS
Melanconis tiliacea (Ellis) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-51725E.A. Burt   s.n.1897-04-28
United States, Vermont, Hammonds Woods, Middlebury, 44.008423 -73.15704

FLAS
Melanconis tiliacea (Ellis) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02437E. Bartholomew   1913-07-18
USA, New York, Lyndonville, 43.326724 -78.388914


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