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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
L_000922Melanie Burt   311998-07-26
Canada, Manitoba, South shore ridge along Nisto Lake., 54.68333333 -101.5166667

WIN:WIN
L_000923C.E. Garton   221791983-06-21
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Livingstone Pt, Lake Nipigon, 49.91666667 -88.08333333

WIN:WIN
L_000924C.E. Garton   220561983-06-21
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Jalkanen I, Macoun Is, #1, L. Nipigon, 49.58333333 -88.33333333

WIN:WIN
L_000925C.E. Garton   227111983-07-20
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., North Shore of St. Paul's I, L. Nipigon., 49.66666667 -88.61666667

WIN:WIN
L_000926C.E. Garton   219151983-06-03
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Summers Twp, 3 km. N.E. of Beardmore along H. 11., 49.63333333 -87.9

WIN:WIN
L_003394M. Normore   2414b2002-08-14
Canada, Manitoba, 1.4 km in Sherridon Road. Near Payuk Lake Road off Hwy. 10., 54.65 -101.4666667


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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