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

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
L-0015233-MORGerould Wilhelm   135751986-04-04
U.S.A., Alabama, Baldwin, At Historic Blakely State Park, north of the main parking lot; near the boat ramp.

MOR
L-0015232-MORGerould Wilhelm   135831986-04-04
U.S.A., Alabama, Baldwin, At Historic Blakely State Park Trail, along the Jackson Springs Trail.

MOR
L-0015237-MORRichard C. Harris   141271982-04-02
Cuba, La Gran Piedra, W of peak, just N of lodge., 1000m

MOR
L-0015234-MORGerould Wilhelm   135721986-04-04
U.S.A., Alabama, Baldwin, At Historic Blakely State Park, north of the main parking lot; near the boat ramp.

MOR
L-0015238-MORGerould Wilhelm   135671986-04-04
U.S.A., Alabama, Baldwin, At Historic Blakely State Park, north of the main parking lot; near the boat ramp.

MOR
Thelotrema halei (Tuck. & Mont.) Zahlbr.
L-0015235-MORGerould Wilhelm   189831990-12-31
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-0015230-MORRichard C. Harris   286841992-09-28
U.S.A., Mississippi, Winston, Tombigbee National Forest, Choctaw Wildlife Area, near intersection of Forest Serv. Rds. 954 and 955A., 33.26667 -89.1, 115m

MOR
Thelotrema dilatatum (Müll.Arg.) Hale
L-0015231-MORR.C. Harris   11399B1976-05-24
U.S.A., Florida, Liberty, Torreya State Park.

MOR
L-0015236-MORSteven Apfelbaum   3461986-01-17
U.S.A., Florida, Wakulla, Spring Creek.

MOR
L-0015239-MORGerould Wilhelm   135391986-04-04
U.S.A., Alabama, Baldwin, At Historic Blakely State Park, north of the main parking log, near the boat ramp.

MOR
L-0015229-MORR. C. Harris   261491990-12-28
U.S.A., Florida, Liberty, Hardwoods on W side of Ochlockonee River at Forest Hwy. 13 bridge, 21.5 mi E of Wilma.


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