Dataset: MOR
Taxa: Bryostigma
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Bryostigma muscigenum (Th. Fr.) Frisch & G. Thor
L-0016878-MORPatrick McCrea   122019-03-03
U.S.A., Illinois, DeKalb, Near Kingston, at the Prairie Oaks Forest Preserve, Swanson Grove, 42.12195968 -88.8020401

MOR
Bryostigma muscigenum (Th. Fr.) Frisch & G. Thor
L-0016879-MORPatrick McCrea   9a2019-03-03
U.S.A., Illinois, DeKalb, Near Kingston, at the Prairie Oaks Forest Preserve, Swanson Grove, 42.12195968 -88.8020401

MOR
Bryostigma muscigenum (Th. Fr.) Frisch & G. Thor
L-0017241-MORGerould Wilhelm   290582020-05-18
United States, Illinois, Boone, In Belvidere, in corporate park in southeast corner of Grant Highway and Genoa Road, 42.238925 -88.821456

MOR
Bryostigma muscigenum (Th. Fr.) Frisch & G. Thor
L-0017242-MORGerould Wilhelm   290292020-05-10
United States, Illinois, Cook, In Schaumburg, in shopping center parking lot south of Holmes Way, east of Barrington Road., 42.028303 -88.143272


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Google Map

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