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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
Micarea assimilata (Nyl.) Coppins
L_010034Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 61752006-07-18
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.13025 -92.86655556

WIN:WIN
Micarea melaena (Nyl.) Hedl.
L_010036Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 97622010-07-17
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 53.38338889 -93.22469444

WIN:WIN
Micarea melaena (Nyl.) Hedl.
L_010037Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 97402010-07-16
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 57.26658333 -92.98963889

WIN:WIN
Micarea assimilata (Nyl.) Coppins
L_001259M. Normore   20412002-07-22
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.67416667 -93.19083333

WIN:WIN
Micarea melaena (Nyl.) Hedl.
L_001280M. Normore   20612002-07-23
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.65 -93.18333333

WIN:WIN
Micarea assimilata (Nyl.) Coppins
L_001678M. Normore   41442004-07-16
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Churchill at tower., 58.76666667 -93.25

WIN:WIN
Micarea melaena (Nyl.) Hedl.
L_002374Richard Harris   4261974-07-26
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Gorge of Carp Creek. (T37N R3W S33)

WIN:WIN
Micarea crassipes (Th. Fr.) Coppins
L_006477M. Normore   30262003-07-21
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park; N side of Owl River; Walked toward coast from cabin along Owl River. Collected at coast., 57.85 -92.73333333

WIN:WIN
Micarea crassipes (Th. Fr.) Coppins
L_006482M. Normore   30312003-07-21
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park; N side of Owl River; Walked toward coast from cabin along Owl River. Collected at coast., 57.85 -92.73333333

WIN:WIN
Micarea melaena (Nyl.) Hedl.
L_006899M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   50912005-08-02
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Mouth of Black Bear Creek at the coast., 57.3 -92.41666667, 2m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

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.