Dataset: ISC
Taxa: Imshaugia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ada Hayden Herbarium at Iowa State University


ISC
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
874045L. Westgate   35-112016-07-04
USA, Maine, Washington, Orchid Trail, Eagle Hill

ISC
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
108067Thos. A. Williams   Decades of North American Lichen1898-03-00
Canada, District of Columbia, Rock Creek, D.C.

ISC
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
25228Thos. A. Williams   Decades of North American Lichen1898-03-00
Canada, District of Columbia, Rock Creek, D.C.

ISC
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
440351Nels Lersten   1960-06-00
United States, Michigan, Emmet, Galway Bog N. of Levring

ISC
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
441717JT Colbert   EH132005-05-30
United States, Maine, Washington, Humboldt Field Research Institute

ISC
Imshaugia placorodia (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
441718JT Colbert   CC42005-06-05
United States, Massachusetts, Barnstable County, Cape Cod National Seashore

ISC
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
861920JT Colbert   81510.12010-07-23
United States, Minnesota, Cook, Seagull Lake, BWCA


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