Dataset: MOR
Search Criteria: South Africa; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


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Cladonia aggregata (Sw.) Spreng.
L-0002875-MORE. Schelpe   13001946-03-18
South Africa, Natal, Mont Aux Sources, Near hut., 3018m

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Leprocaulon albicans (Th. Fr.) Nyl. ex Hue
L-0007771-MORE. Esterhuysen   258401956-05-13
South Africa, Cape Province, Malmesbury District: Riebeek Kasteel, S.W. slopes., 152m

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Leprocaulon albicans (Th. Fr.) Nyl. ex Hue
L-0007772-MORE. Esterhuysen   245001955-09-03
South Africa, Cape Province, Swellendam District: Goedgeloof Peak, Langeberg Mountains., 1524m

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Leprocaulon congestum (Nyl.) I.M. Lamb & A.M. Ward
L-0007773-MORE. Esterhuysen   254461956-03-11
South Africa, Cape Province, Stellenbosch Division: Simonsberg; on ledges on S.W. slopes., 1067m

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L-0012996-MORStokoe   s.n.1942-05-04
South Africa, Cape, Caledon, 34 19 AB - Wagenboom Berg, Top of Zwartberg Pass., 1981m

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L-0015102-MORE. Esterhuysen   242811955-04-09
South Africa, Cape Province: Worcester District: Mostert's Hoek Twin Peaks., 1676m

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Rimelia reticulata (Taylor) Hale & Fletcher
L-0014817-MORWilliam R. Buck   137751986-01-20
South Africa, Cape Province. Worcester District: summit of Bain's Kloof Pass, Eerste Tol, 33 19 CA., 600m

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Parmotrema maclayanum (Müll.Arg.) Hale
L-0009365-MORRichard C. Harris   190431986-01-16
South Africa, Transvaal, Lydenburg District: Mac Mac Falls.

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Parmotrema maclayanum (Müll.Arg.) Hale
L-0009366-MORRichard C. Harris   190271986-01-16
South Africa, Transvaal, Lydenburg District: Mac Mac Falls.

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Rimelia reticulata (Taylor) Hale & Fletcher
L-0014818-MORRichard C. Harris   186861986-01-13
South Africa, Transvaal. Pietersburg District: Farm Llewellyn, Soutpansberg Mountain summit (=Lejuma), NE of Vivo, 23 29 AB., 1600 - 1800m

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Cladia aggregata (Sw.) Nyl.
L-0016823-MORE. Esterhuysen   182921951-01-07
South Africa, Cape Peninsula, Table Mountain Waaivlei, at foot of cliffs


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