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

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
L-0002544-MORWilliam R. Buck   64931981-09-01
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Condor Creek, 25km W of Canberra., -35.31667 148.83333, 700m

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L-0002545-MORWilliam R. Buck   63421981-08-30
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, 0.5km S of Gibraltar Falls, 30 km SW of Canberra., -35.521169 148.917127, 1250m

MOR
Chaenothecopsis pusilla (Ach.) Alb. Schmidt
L-0002546-MORGerould Wilhelm   224501995-05-06
U.S.A., Massachussetts, Berkshire, Williamstown Township, Mount. Greylock State Reservation, south and west of Hoosic River, west of Adams; along Appalachian Trail, just south of Saddle Ball Mountain., 42.614359 -73.181659, 1036m

MOR
L-0002547-MORGerould Wilhelm   224471995-05-06
U.S.A., Massachussetts, Berkshire, Williamstown Township, Mount. Greylock State Reservation, south and west of Hoosic River, west of Adams; along Appalachian Trail, just south of Saddle Ball Mountain., 42.614359 -73.181659, 1036m

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Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
L-0016818-MORDouglas Ladd   333322016-03-18
U.S.A., North Carolina, Graham, Nantahala National Forest, west of Powell branch at confluence with Fontana Lake; Cable cove boat launch, at terminus of CR 1287, 35.4372 -83.7481

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L-0016819-MORWilliam R. Buck   300641996-03-30
U.S.A., Missouri, Ripley, Mark Twain National Forest, Cupola Gum Pond Natural Area, 36°48'N, 91°06'W

MOR
Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
L-0017328-MORDouglas Ladd   357932021-03-28
United States, Missouri, Douglas, Bryant Creek State Park, south of Bryant Creek, ca. 3.2-5.6 miles southwest of Gentryville. West of Douglas County 337D, ca. 0.5 miles north of highway N.

MOR
Chaenothecopsis pusilla (Ach.) Alb. Schmidt
L-0017329-MORGerould Wilhelm   226851995-09-30
United States, Missouri, Ste. Genevieve, Hawn State Park, about 5 miles south southwest of Weingarten, in vicinity of Evan's Knob and Botkin Pine Woods tract.


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