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

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
L-0008795-MORGerould Wilhelm   162021988-03-29
U.S.A., Florida, Santa Rosa, In Milton, east of Route 191 at Adrian Carpenter Park.

MOR
Ocellularia granulosa (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
L-0008797-MORR.C. Harris   250221990-05-03
U.S.A., Florida, Franklin, W of Fla. Hwy. 65, 4.8 mi N of Sumatra, Apalachicola National Forest.

MOR
L-0008802-MORGerould Wilhelm   161891988-03-28
U.S.A., Florida, Okaloosa, About 3 miles south of Holt, at the Canoe Cemetery, in Canoe Creek bottom area terrace., 30.678343 -86.758441

MOR
L-0008800-MOR?   3
Malaysia, Labuan, Iansong [?] Kulong, Labuan.

MOR
L-0008796-MORGerould Wilhelm   19019b1990-12-31
U.S.A., Florida, Wakulla, Apalachicola National Forest, west side of Bradwell Bay Wilderness Area, entrance of Florida National Scenic Trail, west side of Forest Service Road 314., 30.13333 -84.625

MOR
L-0008801-MORGerould Wilhelm   172001989-06-17
U.S.A., Florida, Okaloosa, At Rocky Bayou State Recreation Area, along the Sand Pine Nature Trail, east of Puddin Head Lake.

MOR
Ocellularia granulosa (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
L-0008799-MORR.C. Harris   113601976-05-24
U.S.A., Florida, Franklin, 0.9 mi E of Hickory Landing Recreation Area, ca. 2 mi S of Sumatra.

MOR
L-0008803-MORGerould Wilhelm   200851992-01-01
U.S.A., Florida, Santa Rosa, Just north of Harold, at Deaton Bridge, along the Blackwater River.

MOR
Ocellularia granulosa (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
L-0008798-MORRichard C. Harris   232401988-12-01
U.S.A., Florida, Franklin, Apalachicola National Forest, ca. 2 mi S of Sumatra, along Forest Serv. Rd. 101B to Hickory Landing Recreation Area.


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