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

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Ada Hayden Herbarium at Iowa State University


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25520Marshall A. Howe   Decades of North American Lichen1893-04-14
United States, California, Marin, Coast Range Mts.

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Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
323896Marshall A. Howe   Decades of North American Lichen1893-04-14
United States, California, Marin, Coast Range Mts.

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438747   1894-08-00
United States, New Hampshire, Mt. Washington

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Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
438749B.L. Robinson & H. Schrenk   4621894-00-00
Canada, Newfoundland

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Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
80456E. Faxon   1884-06-00
United States, New Hampshire, Lake of Clouds, White Mts.

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80493E. Faxon   1882-06-18
United States, New Hampshire, Crawford Path, White Mts.

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Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
83537W.G. Farlow   1885-05-00
United States, California, Santa Cruz Mts.

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83571   
United States, Washington, Mt. Adams

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Sphaerophorus venerabolis
873669A. Podaril   2014-04-17
United States, California, Siskyou Wilderness Six Rivers National Forest N. California


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