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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
Dermatocarpon luridum (With.) J. R. Laundon
L_009599Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 49242005-07-30
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Rupert Creek, 57.57266667 -92.63763889

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Dermatocarpon fluviatile (Weber) Th. Fr.
L_000640C.E. Garton   191661979-08-30
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Rt. bank of Little Whitefish R. at roadside park, Lismore Twp. 7 km S. of junction with H. 588., 48.2 -89.9

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Dermatocarpon fluviatile (Weber) Th. Fr.
L_002104Mariette C. Schmidt   4951974-08-03
United States, Michigan, Macinac, Bush Bay, along M-134, Upper Penninsula

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Dermatocarpon fluviatile (Weber) Th. Fr.
L_002105Mariette C. Schmidt   5231974-09-22
United States, Wisconsin, Ashland, 7 miles W of Mellen.

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L_002106M. Nee   132121974-08-22
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, (T10N; R1W; Sec 28 E1/2NE1/4) 5 miles W of Richland Center. Girl Scout Camp.

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L_002107Jean Hartman   1741976-08-09
United States, Minnesota, Lake, Shovel Point near Baptism R, 5 mi. NE of Silver Bay. (T56N; R7W; Sec. 14)

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L_002108Mariette C. Schmidt   1311973-11-03
United States, Wisconsin, Vernon, Top of hill, Wildcat Mountain State Park. (T14N; R2W; Sect.12)

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L_002109M. Nee   130081974-07-14
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, 2 miles NE of Muscoda (T9N; R1E; Sec. 32 NE1/4 NW1/4)

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L_003365M. Normore   10752001-07-26
Canada, Manitoba, Marble Ridge Road. N on Rte 17 (12 km N of Fisher Branch), then Rte 7 to Marble Ridge Rd. 1.6 km W of its junct with Hwy 17. S side of road., 51.18333333 -97.61666667, 240m


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Google Map

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