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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreber) Norman
L_000641R.R. Riewe   4841976-08-04
Canada, Northwest Territories, Aubry Lake, 67.33333333 -126.4166667

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes muscorum (Scop.) R. Sant.
L_001899M. Normore   37802004-06-26
Canada, Manitoba, Spirit Sands, 49.65 -99.28333333

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreber) Norman
L_002114Art Muller   5011974-08-13
Canada, Ontario, Dist.: Algoma. Herrick Twp. Sect. 5. Shoreline of Lake Superior, adjacent to Hwy 17., 46.93333333 -84.61666667

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreber) Norman
L_002115Mariette C. Schmidt   4761974-08-06
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Off Hebrin Mail Rd. (T38N R3W S26).

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreber) Norman
L_002116M. Nee   132131974-08-02
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, (T10N; R1W; Sec 28 E1/2NE1/4) 5 miles W of Richland Center.

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreber) Norman
L_002117M. Nee   136281974-08-22
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, (T11N; R2E; Sec. 27 SW 1/4 SW 1/4). 2 miles south of Loyd.

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreber) Norman
L_002118Mariette C. Schmidt   1601973-10-06
United States, Wisconsin, Juneau, 7 mi. south of Neceedah. (T16N; R3E; Sect. 36)

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes muscorum (Scop.) R. Sant.
L_002841Robert S. Egan   El-13467A1988-05-29
United States, Nebraska, Scotts Bluff, Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area; 10 mi S of Scottsbluff. (T20N, R55W), 1405m

WIN:WIN
Diploschistes muscorum (Scop.) R. Sant.
L_007221M. Normore   5492000-10-08
Canada, Manitoba, Limestone Quarry N of Cranberry Portage, SE of Nesosap Rd junction with Hwy 10, along W side of Payuk Lake, 54.6 -101.5833333


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