Dataset: MIN
Search Criteria: Haiti; Dept de L' OR Ouest; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota

Cladonia ceratophylla (Sw.) Spreng.
625509Imshaug, H.   225561958-07-07
Haiti, Ouest, Tete Etang, Summit, 18.44 -72.3

627950Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   228251958-07-15
Haiti, Ouest, Foret Des Pins, Near

Peltigera didactyla (With.) J.R. Laundon
627980Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   28051958-07-07
Haiti, Ouest, Montagne Noire, Summit of

Everniastrum cirrhatum (Fr.) Hale ex Sipman
629040Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   26491958-07-03
Haiti, Ouest, Tete Etang, Kenscoff

Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
629050Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   30931958-07-17
Haiti, Ouest, Morne La Selle

629369Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   225091958-07-03
Haiti, Ouest, Tete Etang, Kenscoff, 18.44 -72.3

Cladonia subradiata (Vain.) Sandst.
843623Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   29701958-07-14
Haiti, Ouest, Foret Des Pins, Ridge N of

Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S.F. Meyer
843624Imshaug, H.; Wetmore   31231958-07-17
Haiti, Ouest, Pic La Selle, Near Summit

888039Wetmore, C.   30021958-07-15
Haiti, Ouest, Foret Des Pins And Refuge, 18.3 -71.77

Caloplaca erythrantha (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
894649Imshaug, H.A.; Wetmore   226181958-07-00
Haiti, Ouest, Tete Etang (Montagne Noire), Summit of

Caloplaca crocea (Kremp.) Hafellner & Poelt
894650Imshaug, H.A.; Wetmore   224931958-07-00
Haiti, Ouest, Tete Etand (Montagne Noir), Kenscoff

Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Spreng.) R. Sant. & Hafellner
894653Wetmore, C.M.; Imshaug   29441958-07-00
Haiti, Ouest, Foret Des Pins (Shada Station)

Cladonia subtenuis (Abbayes) Mattick
957125Henry A Imshaug   239791958-07-15
Haiti, Ouest, Along road from Foret des Pins to Savane-Zombie, 18.316667 -71.816667, 1615m

957131Clifford M Wetmore   26461958-07-03
Haiti, Ouest, Ridgetop above Kenskoff. (Tete Etang). On summit, 18.428889 -72.2825, 1631m

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