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

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University of Manitoba


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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_000696C.E. Garton   193531980-05-01
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., The 'Palisades', Lybster Twp. 4km. SE. of Nolalu., 48.25 -89.8

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_000697C.E. Garton   181551978-05-28
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Castle L. Creek just as it flows into ponds 300 m. SE. of Remicks Rd, Hardwick Twp., 48.2 -90.08333333

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_000698C.E. Garton   181551978-05-28
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Castle L. Creek just as it flows into ponds 300 m. SE. of Remicks Rd, Hardwick Twp., 48.2 -90.08333333

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Leptogium saturninum (Dickson) Nyl.
L_000699C.E. Garton   224641983-07-07
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., NW corner of Inner Barn I, Wabinosh Bay, L. Nipigon., 50.01666667 -88.9

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Leptogium saturninum (Dickson) Nyl.
L_001516M. Normore   39842004-07-14
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Merry., 58.78805556 -94.20083333

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Leptogium saturninum (Dickson) Nyl.
L_001605M. Normore   40752004-07-14
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Merry., 58.78805556 -94.20083333

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L_002343Mariette C. Schmidt   1251973-12-28
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Oak Creek Canyon.

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_002344Mariette C. Schmidt   3311974-07-03
United States, Michigan, Emmet, South end of Lark's Lake, Van Rd. (T37N R5W S16)

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_002345Mariette C. Schmidt   5321974-09-21
United States, Wisconsin, Bayfield, Eagle Bay, Red-cliff Indian Reservation, 11 miles northwest of Bayfield. (T52N; R4W; Sect. NE 1/4)27

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_002346Mariette S. Cole   9341976-05-27
United States, Louisiana, Kisatchie National Forest, Natchitoches Parish. Longleaf Trail Vista Red Dirt Game Management area, about 35 mi. WNW of Alexandria., 31.46666667 -92.96666667

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_002867M. Normore   32152004-05-14
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness area, vicinity of Economy Falls, at N end of Phillip Rd, ca. 8 km N of Hwy 2., 45.43333333 -63.91666667

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_002966M. Normore   33792004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Portapique Wilderness Area. North of Montrose, East side of Portapique River., 45.45 -63.7

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_002967M. Normore   33802004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Portapique Wilderness Area. North of Montrose, East side of Portapique River., 45.45 -63.7

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Leptogium cyanescens (Rabenh.) Kˆrber
L_003028M. Normore   27272003-06-19
Canada, Manitoba, Whiteshell Provincial Park. Located off of Hwy 44 roughly 150 km east of Winnipeg, just west of Caddy Lake on the outflow of McGillivary Lake., 49.8 -95.23333333

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Leptogium saturninum (Dickson) Nyl.
L_003123M. Normore   35822004-05-23
Canada, Manitoba, Payuk Lake, rockface and ridge above it, end of Payuk Road., 54.63333333 -101.4833333, 319m

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L_006894M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   50852005-08-02
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Mouth of Black Bear Creek at the coast., 57.3 -92.41666667, 2m

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L_006895M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   50872005-08-02
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Mouth of Black Bear Creek at the coast., 57.3 -92.41666667, 2m

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L_006896M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   50882005-08-02
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Mouth of Black Bear Creek at the coast., 57.3 -92.41666667, 2m

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L_006897M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   50892005-08-02
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Mouth of Black Bear Creek at the coast., 57.3 -92.41666667, 2m

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L_006708M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   48292005-07-29
Canada, Manitoba, Woodcock Creek, 57.09444444 -92.8, 29m


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