Dataset: WIN
Taxa: Baeomyces
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
Baeomyces rufus (Hudson) Rebent.
L_000010C.E. Garton   220851983-12-09
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., 49.58333333 -88.33333333

WIN:WIN
Baeomyces rufus (Hudson) Rebent.
L_000011M. Normore   4232000-08-21
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., 49.58333333 -88.33333333

WIN:WIN
L_001951Mariette S. Cole   11591977-10-09
Canada, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Near fort by Herring Cove, 44.56666667 -63.55

WIN:WIN
Baeomyces rufus (Hudson) Rebent.
L_002989M. Normore   34022004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Portapique Wilderness Area. North of Montrose, East side of Portapique River., 45.45 -63.7

WIN:WIN
Baeomyces rufus (Hudson) Rebent.
L_007961M. Normore   22392002-08-09
Canada, Manitoba, Herb Landing; Going S on HWY 39; 100 km from HWY10 on the N side of HWY 39., 54.65 -99.78333333


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Google Map

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