Dataset: CHSC
Taxa: Rhizocarpaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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The Chico State Herbarium


CHSC
CHSC109366Lowell Ahart   139062007-05-22
United States, California, Butte, In a large bare granite opening (about an acre in size) northeast of Little Bald Rock, about 300 yards east of Bean Creek Road, about 16 miles (air) northeast of Oroville. T21N R06E S20 NE1/4, 39.663333 -121.3225, 1009m

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CHSC114255Lowell Ahart   194302014-05-02
United States, California, Butte, About 1 1/2 miles (air) west of the Improved Parking Area and Cherokee Road, North Table Mountain, about 7 miles (air) north of Oroville. T20N R04E S07 SW1/4, 39.598611 -121.57, 337m

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CHSC024038C. J. Roy   2561975-02-22
United States, California, Tehama, 12 miles east of Paynes Creek on Hwy 36., 40.345 -121.705, 1219m

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Rhizocarpon petraeum (Wulf.) Mass.
CHSC024039C. J. Roy   2201975-02-22
United States, California, Plumas, Beckwourth Summit., 39.790833 -120.109722, 1585m

CHSC
CHSC047310D. McClain   1970-03-02
United States, California, Plumas, 17 miles West of Quincy on Hwy. 70., 40.016944 -121.101111, 823m

CHSC
CHSC047311D. T. Kowalski   1967-11-28
United States, California, Butte, Near Magalia., 39.806944 -121.579722, 853m

CHSC
CHSC047334D. T. Kowalski   1960-07-16
Canada, Ontario, Algoma District. Mont. R.

CHSC
Rhizocarpon petraeum (Wulf.) Mass.
CHSC048400D. Budge   1960-07-16
Canada, Ontario, Algoma District. Mont. R.

CHSC
Rhizocarpon obscuratum (Ach.) A. Massal.
CHSC048401D. T. Kowalski   1960-07-16
Canada, Ontario, Algoma District. Mont. R.

CHSC
CHSC094905L. P. Janeway   46371994-03-08
United States, California, Butte, Above Ponderosa Way on east side of West Branch Feather River. T23N R04E S30 NW1/4 of NE1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Paradise East 1:24,000, 39.915278 -121.615278, 512m


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