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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
Arthonia lapidicola (Taylor) Branth & Rostrup
L_008174Michele Piercey-Normore   Normore 65732006-07-23
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Broad River cabin, 2km from coast. Lat and long determined using google maps., 58.114 -92.88466667

WIN:WIN
L_10690Michele Piercey-Normore   62762006-07-21
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.11547222 -92.88986111

WIN:WIN
L_10691Michele Piercey-Normore   91422009-07-07
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 57.50897222 -93.73408333

WIN:WIN
L_10692Michele Piercey-Normore   61542006-07-18
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.13025 -92.86655556

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_10693Michele Piercey-Normore   74842007-07-23
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Near Nester 1, 58.67386111 -93.20775

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_1250Michele Piercey-Normore   20232002-07-22
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.67416667 -93.19083333

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_1236Michele Piercey-Normore   20092002-07-21
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.67777778 -93.256

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_10694Michele Piercey-Normore   64702006-07-22
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.13019444 -92.96525

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_8544Michele Piercey-Normore   85442008-08-03
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Napper Lake, 58.33105556 -93.31280556

WIN:WIN
L_000849C.E. Garton   229521983-08-10
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay Dist., Shadow Creek at first rapids above Pijitiwabik Bay, L. Nipigon, 49.35 -88.18333333

WIN:WIN
L_000850R.R. Riewe   5081976-07-25
Canada, Northwest Territories, Aubry Lake, 67.33333333 -126.4166667

WIN:WIN
L_001512M. Normore   39802004-07-14
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Merry., 58.78805556 -94.20083333

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_001513M. Normore   39812004-07-14
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Cape Merry., 58.78805556 -94.20083333

WIN:WIN
Arthonia byssacea (Weigel) Almq.
L_001919Richard Harris   4231974-07-07
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Gorge of Carp Creek. (T37N R3W S33)

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Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001920Mariette C. Schmidt   1891973-11-03
United States, Wisconsin, Vernon, Wildcat Mtn. State Park (T14N; R2W; Sect.12)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001921Mariette C. Schmidt   1671973-09-14
United States, Wisconsin, Monroe, (T16N; R2W; Sect.25)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001922Mariette C. Schmidt   1771973-09-14
United States, Wisconsin, Monroe, (T16N; R2W; Sect.25)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001923Mariette C. Schmidt   1751973-10-28
United States, Wisconsin, Vernon, Near Kickapoo R, Rockton (T14N; R2WE; Sect.34)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001924Mariette C. Schmidt   3881974-07-08
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, (T37N R3W S32) 2 mi. west of U.M.B.S, near intersection of Burt L. Rd. and C-64

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001925Mariette C. Schmidt   1681973-09-29
United States, Wisconsin, Sauk, North of Badger Ordinance Works (T10N; R6E; Sect.2)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001926Mariette C. Schmidt   1721973-09-14
United States, Wisconsin, Monroe, (T16N; R2W; Sect.25)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001927Mariette C. Schmidt   1731973-09-14
United States, Wisconsin, Monroe, (T16N; R2W; Sect.25)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_001928Jean Hartman   691976-07-22
United States, Minnesota, Clearwater, Lake Itasca Biological Station.

WIN:WIN
Arthonia radiata (Pers.) Ach.
L_001929Mariette C. Schmidt   4751974-08-04
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Off Hardwood Rd, near Burt Lake. (T36N R3W S17)

WIN:WIN
Arthonia rubella (FÈe) Nyl.
L_001930Shirley C. Tucker   159081976-04-15
United States, Louisiana, 1022 Baird Drive, Baton Rouge (southeast section). East Baton Rouge Parish

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_003020M. Normore   27192003-06-19
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

WIN:WIN
Arthonia caesia (Flotow) Kˆrber
L_003021M. Normore   27202003-06-19
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

WIN:WIN
L_006394M. Normore   29252003-07-18
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Owl River, trapper's cabin,~1/2 km east of cabin., 57.81666667 -92.8

WIN:WIN
L_006522M. Normore   30812003-07-22
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Owl River. West of Trapper's Cabin., 57.83333333 -92.78333333

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_006534M. Normore   30972003-07-23
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Owl River. About 1/2 km east of Trapper's Cabin, 57.83333333 -92.78333333

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_006569M. Normore   29172003-07-18
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Owl River, trapper's cabin,~1/2 km east of cabin., 57.81666667 -92.8

WIN:WIN
L_006640M. D. Piercey-Normore; Bob Reside and Dave Cassie   47222005-06-23
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. 4 transects near Teetons. ~ 5 km North of Nestor 1, 58.66666667 -93.2

WIN:WIN
Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_006652M. D. Piercey-Normore; Bob Reside and Dave Cassie   47382005-06-24
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. NE of Nestor 1., 58.66666667 -93.2, 12m

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Solorina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi
L_006655M. D. Piercey-Normore; Bob Reside and Dave Cassie   47422005-06-24
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. NE of Nestor 1., 58.66666667 -93.2, 12m


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