Dataset: SRP
Taxa: Brigantieaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Spreng.) R. Sant. & Hafellner
SRP-L-0002513S. C. Tucker   31548A1992-03-13
U.S.A., Louisiana, Winn, Saline Creek Prairie ~4 km NW of Tullos, 2.4 km W of Castor Creek nr. Saline Creek, 31.843889 -92.353056

SRP
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Spreng.) R. Sant. & Hafellner
SRP-L-0002512Roger Rosentreter, Ann DeBolt   168192009-12-23
U.S.A., Florida, Alachua, Bench near hidden sinkhole, about 1.2 miles east of parking lot, O’Leno State Park, 20 miles NW of Gainesville, Florida. State Parks collecting permit #09030920., 29.917601 -82.559799, 17m

SRP
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
SRP-L-0002514   

SRP
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Spreng.) R. Sant. & Hafellner
SRP-L-0011792Roger Rosentreter   6797b1990-12-31
U.S.A., Florida, Leon, Apalachicola National Forest. Leon Sinks Geological Area, along US #319 just N of Wakulla County line., 30.299999 -84.349999, 12m

SRP
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
Roger Rosentreter   194022016-01-13
U.S.A., Florida, Citrus, Crystal River Preserve State Park. 7 Mile Loop Trail. 2.5 miles NW of Crystal River. Florida State Parks Permit #1271520., 28.92109 -82.6358, 1 - 3m

SRP
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
Roger Rosentreter   197462017-01-16
U.S.A., Florida, Alachua, Oleno State Park, Permit #1181610. 6 miles north of High Springs, Fl, NW of Gainesville, FL. off the dogwood trail., 29.91887 -82.589912

SRP
Brigantiaea praetermissa Hafellner & St. Clair
SRP-L-0002516Roger Rosentreter   14129a2000-08-11
U.S.A., Oregon, Linn, Near McKenzie River Sahalie Falls, Koohsah Falls, and Carmen Reservoir. Willamette National Forest., 44.349999 -122, 870m

SRP
Brigantiaea praetermissa Hafellner & St. Clair
SRP-L-0002515B. McCune   73791977-06-07
U.S.A., Montana, Lake, S Woodward Creek bottom<br/>, 1320m


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