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

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium

Catillaria A. Massal.
SRP-L-0004222D. Sharp   6B1987-06-23
U.S.A., Idaho, Washington, Rebecca Sand Hill, 6 1/2 miles East of Weiser; and North of the Weiser River., 732m

Solenopsora A. Massal.
T. H. Nash III   414451998-03-18
U.S.A., California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island, steep south facing slope of Green Mountain above the shore., 34.026389 -120.379167, 100 - 100m

Catillaria bouteillei (Desm.) Zahlbr.
SRP-L-0003384S. Tucker, Tom Wendt, Sylvia and Steven Sharnoff   323431993-02-09
U.S.A., Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Bluebonnet Swamp, Baton Rouge, between Perkins and Highland Roads; access from Hyacinth Av. to Round Hill to Rhine to Winding Way Rd.

SRP-L-0003385C. W. Smith   9112110031991-11-12
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu <br/>Olomana., 73m

SRP-L-0012186Roger Rosentreter   81691992-08-08
U.S.A., Hawaii, Honolulu, Olomana Quarry Waimanalo, windward side of Oahu., 21.360001 -157.725998, 25m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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