Dataset: UBC-lichen
Taxa: Nesolechia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC:lichen
Nesolechia oxyspora (Tul.) A.Massal.
L10009Ben Tan   79-3731979-07-21
United States, Michigan, Luce County, Upper Tahquamenon Falls, ca 12 mi west of Paradise on M-123

UBC:lichen
Nesolechia oxyspora (Tul.) A.Massal.
L28013Trevor Goward, H. Knight   92-3341992-07-15
Canada, British Columbia, kispiox area: ca 9 km nnw of town, N of date creek (ich/lb zone)., 55.38 -127.69, 510m

UBC:lichen
Nesolechia oxyspora (Tul.) A.Massal.
L27982Trevor Goward, H. Knight   92-3041992-07-12
Canada, British Columbia, kispiox area: ca 9 km nnw of town, N of date creek (ich/lb zone). open oldgrowth tsuga forest in mesic site, 55.38 -127.69, 510m

UBC:lichen
Nesolechia oxyspora (Tul.) A.Massal.
L28156Trevor Goward, H. Knight   92-12051992-08-17
Canada, British Columbia, mcbride area: 80 km nw of town just off hwy. 16, 3 km N of slim creek. e-facing hillside forest, very old (ich/lb-mb zone), 53.3 -120.17, 800m


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