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

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Ada Hayden Herbarium at Iowa State University


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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
452983Colbert Class   23.52017-06-28
United States, Iowa, Lyon, Gitchie Manitou State Preserve, 43.499071 -96.595416

ISC
820619JT Colbert   JP2.22017-08-04
USA, Colorado, Gilpin, James Peak, 39.852222 -105.69, 4052m

ISC
Lobothallia melanaspis (Ach.) Hafellner
109159Thomas A. Williams   2961897-07-00
United States, Wyoming, Green River

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
109160Arthur E. Morgan   2941898-08-00
United States, Colorado, Boulder County, Sugar Loaf

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24810L.H. Pammel, C.P. Johnson, G.M. Lummis, R.E. Buchanon   1901-07-09
United States, Utah, Wahsatch Mts.

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Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24811L.H. Pammel   1900-00-00
United States, Utah, West Lake Fork

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24812L.H. Pammel and E.M. Stanton   1900-00-00
United States, Utah, Uintah Mts.

ISC
Circinaria calcarea (L.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24813L.H. Pammel, C.P. Johnson, G.M. Lummis, R.E. Buchanon   1901-07-00
United States, Utah, LaMotte Peak between Bear River and Middle Black's Fork

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24814L.H. Pammel and E.M. Stanton   1900-08-11
United States, Texas, Lake Fork

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24816L.H. Pammel and E.M. Stanton   1900-07-26
United States, Utah, Carter Creek

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24817L.H. Pammel   1901-08-13
United States, Colorado, Idaho Springs

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24818L.H. Pammel, C.P. Johnson, G.M. Lummis, R.E. Buchanon   1901-08-03
United States, Utah, Near headwaters of middle Smith's Fork, Lomax Lake, to divide between this fork and E. Black's Fork

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24819L.H. Pammel and R.E. Blackwood   1902-08-01
United States, Wyoming, Myers' Ranch South of Evanston, Bear River

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24820L.H. Pammel   1901-08-31
United States, Colorado, Idaho Springs

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24821L.H. Pammel and E.M. Stanton   1900-08-21
United States, Utah, Duchesue River

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24822L.H. Pammel and E.M. Stanton   1900-00-00
United States, Utah, Duchesue River

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
24823L.H. Pammel and R.E. Blackwood   1902-07-14
United States, Utah, Farmington Canyon, Near Salt Lake City

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Aspicilia laevata (Ach.) Arnold
24824Arthur E. Morgan   1898-08-00
United States, Colorado, Boulder County, Sugar Loaf

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24864L.H. Pammel   1902-00-00
United States, Utah, Head of Weber River

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
24865L.H. Pammel and R.E. Blackwood   1902-07-12
United States, Utah, Ensign Mt, Salt Lake City

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Circinaria calcarea (L.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
25364B. Fink   193.01895-11-28
United States, Iowa, Fayette, Fayette

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Circinaria calcarea (L.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
25778b. Fink   1894-04-00
United States, Iowa, Fayette

ISC
Circinaria calcarea (L.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
25779B. Fink   1894-05-00
United States, Iowa, Fayette

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
25780B. Fink   1894-05-00
United States, Iowa, Fayette

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
323832L.H. Pammel and R.E. Blackwood   1902-07-00
United States, Utah, Head of Weber River

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
437009Judy Levings   3.01993-04-29
United States, Iowa, Dickinson, Freda Haffner Kettlehole

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
452666J.T. Colbert   2016-05-17
United States, Minnesota, Cook, Ogishkemuncie Lake

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
453099E. Runquist   2016-01-20
United States, Iowa, Story, Iowa State University Campus

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
818164JT Colbert   2007-05-15
United States, Minnesota, Lake County, Gabbro Lake

ISC
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
861966J.T. Colbert   62311.22008-07-28
United States, Minnesota, Cook, Round Lake Back Bay Point

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Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873287Clifford M. Wetmore   776621997-07-04
United States, Nebraska, Scotts Bluff, Scotts Bluff National Monument: South Bluff on point of ridge S of Coyote Pass, 1387m

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
873289Clifford M. Wetmore   805091998-07-09
United States, Minnesota, St. Louis, Stony Point, 17 mi NE of Duluth

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873292James P. Schuster, Hannah Dunevitz   27261991-05-22
United States, Minnesota, Goodhue, River Terrace Prairie Scientific and Natural Area: about 4 miles ENE of Cannon Falls

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Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
873294James P. Schuster   27741991-07-12
United States, Minnesota, Rock, Blue Mounds State Park: About 0.5 mile E of junction of County Road 8 and US Hwy 75, 4 miles N of Luverne

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Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873296Clifford M. Wetmore   126571965-07-27
United States, South Dakota, Jerauld, Wessington Springs: hills above town

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873302Clifford M. Wetmore   775741997-07-02
United States, Nebraska, Scotts Bluff, Scotts Bluff National Monument: On NW spur ridge from parking lot on top of N. bluff, 1372m

ISC
Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873303Clifford M. Wetmore   775301997-07-02
United States, Nebraska, Scotts Bluff, Scotts Bluff National Monument, 1341m

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Circinaria contorta (Hoffm.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873304Clifford M. Wetmore   774511997-06-30
United States, Nebraska, Scotts Bluff, Scotts Bluff National Monument, 1417m

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Circinaria caesiocinerea (Nyl. ex Malbr.) A. Nordin, Savić & Tibell
873305Robert S. Egan   12,3851980-10-26
United States, Missouri, Lawrence, Sandstone Glade, 2 mi ENE of Chesapeake off Route O, 20 mi WSW of Springfield

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Aspicilia laevata (Ach.) Arnold
99575Arthur E. Morgan   1898-08-00
United States, Colorado, Boulder County, Sugar Loaf


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