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

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University of Manitoba


WIN:WIN
L_002362Mariette C. Schmidt   1351973-11-24
United States, Michigan, Ontonagon, Along escarpment trail, Porcupine Mountains State Park. (T51N; R43W; Sect. 11)

WIN:WIN
L_002363Mariette C. Schmidt   3331974-07-02
United States, Michigan, Emmet, South end of Lark's Lake, Van Rd. (T37N R5W S16)

WIN:WIN
L_002364Mariette S. Cole   12111977-10-16
Canada, Nova Scotia, Inverness, Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Lone Shielding, off Cabot Hwy., 46.8 -60.68333333

WIN:WIN
L_002365Mariette S. Cole   12001977-10-15
Canada, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Highlands National Park. East of Lake of Islands., 46.73333333 -60.55

WIN:WIN
L_002366Mariette S. Cole   12081977-10-16
Canada, Nova Scotia, Inverness, Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Lone Shielding, off Cabot Hwy., 46.8 -60.68333333

WIN:WIN
L_002369M.C. Creveld   70-14961970-06-24
Norvegica, Oppland, Norge. Stav, c 30 km. NNW of Lillehammer., 500m

WIN:WIN
L_002691W.J. Noble   64771977-09-26
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island: Middle Beach, Ucluelet, 48.91666667 -125.5416667, 3m

WIN:WIN
L_002858M. Normore   32062004-05-14
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness area, vicinity of Economy Falls, at N end of Phillip Rd, ca. 8 km N of Hwy 2., 45.43333333 -63.91666667

WIN:WIN
L_002866M. Normore   32142004-05-14
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness area, vicinity of Economy Falls, at N end of Phillip Rd, ca. 8 km N of Hwy 2., 45.43333333 -63.91666667

WIN:WIN
L_002895M. Normore   32492004-05-14
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness area, vicinity of Economy Falls, at N end of Phillip Rd, ca. 8 km N of Hwy 2., 45.43333333 -63.91666667

WIN:WIN
L_002919M. Normore   33062004-05-15
Canada, Nova Scotia, Cumberland, Cape Chignecto Provincial Park; along trail from red rocks to McGahey Brook., 45.35 -64.81666667


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