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

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Porina cestrensis (Tuck. ex Michener) Müll.Arg.
L-0012894-MORGerould Wilhelm   220221993-10-15
U.S.A., Illinois, Monroe, North of Maeystown, off of KK Road, near bridge over creek.

MOR
Porina pulla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0012899-MORGerould Wilhelm   187661990-12-16
U.S.A., Illinois, Hardin, About 3 miles west of Cave In Rock, on bluff at the east end of the Tower Rock Recreation Area.

MOR
Porina pulla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0012898-MORPenni Jo Wilson   351995-05-04
U.S.A., Illinois, Hardin, About 4 miles west of Cave-In-Rock, 5 miles east of Elizabeth Town, at Tower Rock Recreation Area.

MOR
Porina pulla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0012897-MORGerould Wilhelm   164621988-10-09
U.S.A., Illinois, Effingham, About 2.5 miles north of Altamont, east off of Rt. 128, at Rock Cave Nature Preserve.

MOR
Porina pulla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0012901-MORGerould Wilhelm   187331990-12-15
U.S.A., Indiana, Montgomery, At Shades State Park, east of the parking area, along ravines., 39.932536 -87.062795

MOR
Porina pulla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0012900-MORMichael D. Jones   20011988-11-30
U.S.A., Illinois, Schuyler, Weinberg-King State Park., 40.229933 -90.900201

MOR
Porina heterospora (Fink ex J. Hedrick) R.C. Harris
L-0012896-MORGerould Wilhelm   145041986-12-30
U.S.A., Florida, Escambia, Near Cottage Hill, along the bluff at Quintet Swamp.

MOR
Porina cestrensis (Tuck. ex Michener) Müll.Arg.
L-0012895-MORGerould Wilhelm   223281994-08-22
U.S.A., Indiana, Posey, Along the Wabash River, just north of Wabash island, west of Cypress Slough.


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