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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
L_10682M. Piercey-Normore   98762010-07-17
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Owl River, 57.81527778 -92.88125

WIN:WIN
L_10683M. Piercey-Normore   30252003-07-21
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park: N side of the Owl River estuary at the coast (about 4 km E of the cabin), 130 km SE of Churchill. UTM 147124 Map sheet 54 F/15., 57.85480556 -92.74780556

WIN:WIN
L_10684Michele Piercey-Normore   62172006-07-19
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, first beach ridge at coast of Hudson Bay., 58.13722222 -92.85833333

WIN:WIN
L_10685M. Piercey-Normore   62542006-07-20
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, 58.13627778 -92.86708333

WIN:WIN
L_6676M. D. Piercey-Normore; Bob Reside and Dave Cassie   47892005-06-26
Canada, Manitoba, Twin Lakes, Churchill, 58.63138889 -93.81416667

WIN:WIN
L_6406M. Piercey-Normore   2940c2003-07-18
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Owl River, trapper's cabin, about 1/2 km east of cabin., 57.81666667 -92.8

WIN:WIN
L_6787M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   49252005-07-30
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Rupert Creek., 57.56666667 -92.63333333, 11m

WIN:WIN
L_002700Mariette C. Schmidt   4021974-07-23
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Near Riggsville Rd. (T37N R3W S33)

WIN:WIN
L_006406M. Normore   2940c2003-07-18
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park, Owl River, trapper's cabin,~1/2 km east of cabin., 57.81666667 -92.8

WIN:WIN
L_006676M. D. Piercey-Normore; Bob Reside and Dave Cassie   47892005-06-26
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Fen at Twin Lakes., 58.71666667 -93.8

WIN:WIN
L_006787M. D. Piercey-Normore; E. Punter   49252005-07-30
Canada, Manitoba, Wapusk National Park. Rupert Creek., 57.56666667 -92.63333333, 3m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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