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

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University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC:lichen
Leptorhaphis atomaria (Ach.) Szatala
L42210Curtis Bj√∂rk   201442010-02-15
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park, Edgewood West, ca. 26 km north of the town of Clearwater, 51.64 -120.03, 700m

UBC:lichen
Leptorhaphis atomaria (Ach.) Szatala
L63284Trevor Goward   05-12352005-08-08
Canada, British Columbia, South of Nels Nelson Historic Site, Glacier National Park; Site 2005-11, 51.27 -117.52, 590m

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L5001E.P. Vrang   s.n.1909-07-31
Switzerland, Jtl. Storlein

UBC:lichen
L36358Cliff Wetmore   121051962-08-30
United States, Vermont, south of Wardsboro Center, N of Rice Mt.Windham, 457m

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L503E.E. Bogue   s.n.1895-00-00
United States, Ohio, Georgesville

UBC:lichen
L29721Trevor Goward, I.M. Brodo   93-101993-05-23
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Prov. Park, S end of Clearwater Lake, 54.33 -128.63, 700m

UBC:lichen
L51788Curtis R. Bjork   128522006-06-23
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park, slope over Hemp Creek, shortly above Phyllite Canyon, 51.9 -120

UBC:lichen
L62754Trevor Goward   05-2312005-08-02
Canada, British Columbia, Nels Nelson Historic Site, Mt. Revelstoke National Park; Site 2005-03, 51 -118.2, 580m

UBC:lichen
L51755Curtis R. Bjork   122572006-03-06
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park, east bank of Clearwater River, shortly south of 3rd Canyon Creek, 51.88 -120

UBC:lichen
L51787Curtis R. Bjork   128402006-06-18
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park, Edgewood West, Oxygen Creek, 51.88 -120

UBC:lichen
L52976Curtis R. Bjork, Haydn Yeomans   403492016-06-18
Canada, British Columbia, Robson Valley, Ancient Forest-Chun T'oh Whudujut Provincial Park, on west side of small peak shortly offset to the south of the west end of Driscoll Ridge, 53.81 -121.3759, 850m


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