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

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
L-0012997-MORGerould Wilhelm   125941985-04-09
U.S.A., Florida, Escambia, In Pensacola, off the east side of the Scenic Highway, along the boardwalk opposite the Bayview Memorial Cemetery at Magnolia Bluffs.

MOR
L-0013003-MORGerould Wilhelm   189871990-12-31
U.S.A., Florida, Wakulla, Apalachicola National Forest, along County Road 368, 3.6 miles northwest of junction of US 319 at Crawfordville., 30.2 -84.45

MOR
L-0013000-MORGerould Wilhelm   8504b1981-03-14
U.S.A., Florida, Santa Rosa, About 4 miles north of Holley, about 1/2 miles west of Fla 87, along steep head of Weaver Creek., 30.523054 -86.913422

MOR
L-0013004-MORGerould Wilhelm   172451989-06-18
U.S.A., Florida, Walton, At Grayton Beach State Park, along nature trail in dune area east of the beach house., 30.32576 -86.154607

MOR
L-0012998-MORGerould Wilhelm   124821985-04-04
U.S.A., Florida, Okaloosa, About 3 miles north of Florosa, at the bridge over Horse Branch., 30.458462 -86.735036

MOR
L-0013002-MORGerould Wilhelm   126131985-04-09
U.S.A., Florida, Santa Rosa, In East Milton, off the east side of the Blackwater River, north of U.S. 90.

MOR
L-0013001-MORGerould Wilhelm   8481b1981-03-14
U.S.A., Florida, Santa Rosa, About 5 miles north of Holley, about 1/2 miles west of Fla 87, along steep head of Weaver Creek., 30.529133 -86.904199

MOR
L-0012999-MORGerould Wilhelm   124931985-04-04
U.S.A., Florida, Okaloosa, About 3 miles north of Florosa, at the bridge over Horse Branch., 30.458462 -86.735036


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