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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
L_000881M. Normore   6542000-10-20
Canada, Manitoba, Spruce Woods Provincial Park. Turn S on Rte. 5 from TCH (Rte 1) 23 km, turn left to Epinette River Trail., 49.7 -99.21666667

WIN:WIN
L_001868M. Normore   16832002-07-01
Canada, Manitoba, Spruce Woods, Epinette Trail, 49.7 -99.21666667

WIN:WIN
L_001869M. Normore   16842002-07-01
Canada, Manitoba, Spruce Woods, Epinette Trail, 49.7 -99.21666667

WIN:WIN
L_001872M. Normore   16872002-07-01
Canada, Manitoba, Spruce Woods, Epinette Trail, 49.7 -99.21666667

WIN:WIN
Teloschistes exilis (Michaux) Vainio
L_002750Claire K. Schmitt   17471977-04-10
United States, Texas, Guadalupe, Roland Schmitt farm, 10 miles south of seguin., 29.43333333 -98

WIN:WIN
L_002751C.W. Smith   15401975-10-03
United States, Hawaii, Along trail from Kolekole Pass to Puu Kalena. Oahu, 800m

WIN:WIN
L_003337M. Normore   37252004-06-05
Canada, Manitoba, On road to Yellow Quill. Criddle/ Vane Homestead Provincial Park (Aweme)., 49.7 -99.6

WIN:WIN
L_003351M. Normore   37412004-06-05
Canada, Manitoba, On road to Yellow Quill. Criddle/ Vane Homestead Provincial Park (Aweme)., 49.7 -99.6

WIN:WIN
L_007074M. Normore   44542005-05-23
Canada, Manitoba, Highway 504, ~0.3 km N of Victoria Beach turnoff., 50.7 -96.51666667, 230m

WIN:WIN
L_007079M. Normore   44602005-05-23
Canada, Manitoba, Highway 504, ~0.3 km N of Victoria Beach turnoff., 50.7 -96.51666667, 230m

WIN:WIN
L_007420M. Normore   52522006-04-15
Canada, Manitoba, Spruce Woods Provincial park, Spirit Sands., 49.65 -99.28333333

WIN:WIN
Nicole Fenton   NJF2019073132019-07-31
Canada, Manitoba, 3 Island Beach, Black Island 51∞15.205'N 96∞20.481'W, 51.25341667 -96.34135


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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.