Dataset: MIN
Taxa: Mycosphaerellaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN
Stigmidium Trevis.
846504Imshaug, H.   177501955-06-23
United States, California, Monterey, Headland; Point Lobos Preserve

MIN
Stigmidium Trevis.
877342Wetmore, C.   733151993-12-28
United States, California, Los Angeles, Santa Catalina Island, Empire Landing (Rippers Cove), 33.42916667 -118.4333333

MIN
Stigmidium Trevis.
877346Wetmore, C.   724511993-02-24
Mexico, Baja California, San Quintin, Shore Rocks, 30.46666667 -116.0333333

MIN
Sphaerellothecium araneosum (Rehm ex Arnold) Zopf
858609Cole, M.   16611994-08-28
Canada, British Columbia, Merritt, Near, 50.15 -120.5

MIN
Stigmidium fuscatae (Arnold) R. Sant.
872024Wetmore, C.   345251978-06-26
United States, Minnesota, Saint Louis, Fox Island, In Rainy Lake; Voyageurs National Park, 48.62472222 -92.96222222

MIN
Stigmidium fuscatae (Arnold) R. Sant.
918481Lendemer, J.C.; et al.   116562008-04-20
United States, Pennsylvania, Pike, S of Snow Hill Rd, 1.2 Mi Sw of Pa 402; Delaware State Forest, 41.13916667 -75.08861111

MIN
Sphaerellothecium gowardii Alstrup & M.S. Cole
867109Alstrup, V.   15151994-08-27
Canada, British Columbia, Valleyview Near Kamloops, 50.65 -120.15

MIN
Stigmidium cerinae Cl. Roux & Triebel
895562Wetmore, C.   777851997-07-07
United States, Nebraska, Sioux, W of Headquarters, S End of Ridge; Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, 42.42583333 -103.7463889

MIN
Stigmidium pumilum (Lettau) Matzer & Hafellner
870267Cole, M.   72661999-08-10
United States, Minnesota, Cook, Jasper Lake; Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, 48.11666667 -91.03333333

MIN
Stigmidium squamariae (B. de Lesd.) Cl. Roux & Triebel
906754Cole, M.S.   83782001-03-26
United States, California, San Bernardino, Sweeny Granite Mountains Desert Research Center, Granite Cove; Mojave National Preserve, 34.78194444 -115.6547222


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