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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
L_008364Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 65282006-07-22
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.05591667 -92.85752778

WIN:WIN
Candelariella efflorescens R. C. Harris & W. R. Buck
L_008366Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 62772006-07-21
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.11547222 -92.88986111

WIN:WIN
Candelariella aurella (Hoffm.) Zahlbr.
L_001539M. Normore   40092004-07-14
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Merry., 58.78805556 -94.20083333

WIN:WIN
Candelariella efflorescens R. C. Harris & W. R. Buck
L_001760M. Normore   42262004-07-16
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Churchill at tower., 58.76666667 -93.25

WIN:WIN
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) M¸ll. Arg.
L_002002Mariette C. Schmidt   4941974-08-13
United States, Michigan, Chippewa, Off of M-134, in city limits of Detour.

WIN:WIN
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) M¸ll. Arg.
L_002003Mariette C. Schmidt   1531973-10-06
United States, Wisconsin, Juneau, Sandstone rock on top of Petenwell Rock. 2 mi. NE of Neceedah, on Hwy. 21. (T18N; R4E; Sect. 9)

WIN:WIN
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) M¸ll. Arg.
L_002004Jean Hartman   1901976-08-09
United States, Minnesota, Lake, Shovel Point near Baptism R, 5 mi. NE of Silver Bay. (T56N; R7W; Sec. 14)

WIN:WIN
Candelariella aurella (Hoffm.) Zahlbr.
L_002840Sara Morgan; Robert Egan   3852000-05-25
United States, Nebraska, Dawes, Nebraska National Forest; 18 mi SW of Chadron along East Ash Rd.(Forest Service Rd 706); 1.8 mi N of junction with Table Rd (Forest Service Rd 705)., 42.61666667 -102.1833333, 1260m

WIN:WIN
Candelariella efflorescens R. C. Harris & W. R. Buck
L_007071M. Normore   44502005-05-23
Canada, Manitoba, Highway 504, ~0.3 km N of Victoria Beach turnoff., 50.7 -96.51666667, 230m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.