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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Otthia fruticola (Ellis & Everh.) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02520CF Baker   1894-06-00
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Fort Collins, 40.58526 -105.084423

FLAS
Otthia hypoxylon (Ellis & Everh.) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02521C. L. Shear   1903-03-01
USA, Maryland, Takoma Park

FLAS
Otthia morbosa (Schwein.) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02522J. M. Bates   1906-10-12
USA, Nebraska, Long Pine

FLAS
Otthia morbosa (Schwein.) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02525ET & E Bartholomew   s.n.1913-09-05
United States, Montana, Gallatin, Bozeman, 45.679653 -111.038558

FLAS
Otthia morbosa (Schwein.) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02524E Bartholomew   s.n.1894-06-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, Rockport, 39.534426 -99.299812

FLAS
Otthia morbosa (Schwein.) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02523E. Bartholomew   1911-08-29
USA, Wisconsin, Madison

FLAS
Otthia staphylina Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02526J. Dearness   1903-12-00
Canada, London


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Google Map

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