Dataset: NCU-Lichens
Taxa: Tephromelataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0001672FECS crew [Forest Ecosystem Classification Survey]   S09-23-14-012001-07-23
Canada, Saskatchewan, 59.967778 -103.741667, 136m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0001673Perlmutter, Gary B.   5572006-07-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Black Mountain, 44.581111 -68.106667, 75m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0005547Uebel, Edward C.   U-5152005-07-11
United States, Maine, Hancock, Trail to Black Mt. just south of Tunk Lane, NE of Ellsworth, 44.583333 -68.1, 200m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0005548Uebel, Edward C.   U-1892001-06-14
United States, Maine, Washington, Great Wass Island, Little Cape Point Trail, 44.45975 -67.9336

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0005549Uebel, Edward C.   U-1062001-06-11
United States, Maine, Washington, Humboldt Field Research Institute at Eagle Hill. Along Blue Trail to Dyer Bay, 44.45975 -67.9336


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