Dataset: EVE
Taxa: Tuckermannopsis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Evergreen Natural History Museum


EVE
358K. Dillman   571994-05-08
Canada, British Columbia, Between Vandehoof and Prince George 58 N 124 W

EVE
359M. Wagner   2
USA, Washington, Stuart Lake, Leavenworth, 1829m

EVE
360K. Dillman   691994-05-08
Canada, British Columbia, Between Vandehoof and Prince George 58 N 124 W

EVE
Tuckermannopsis orbata (Nyl.) M. J. Lai
361S. Rash, K. Rhode   341995-02-20
USA, Washington, Thurston, TESC Campus, B Lot, 61m

EVE
Tuckermannopsis orbata (Nyl.) M. J. Lai
362K. Dillman   681991-08-20
USA, Montana, Sanders, Lolo NF, Thompson Falls Campground, N of Bitterroot Mt, between Trout Cr. and Plains, MT HW 200 47 N 111W, 305m

EVE
363K. Dillman   531994-05-06
Canada, Alberta, HW 93, Jasper NP, 52 N 115 W, 600m

EVE
364K. Dillman   501991-08-20
USA, Montana, Sanders, Lolo NF, Thompson Falls Campground, N of Bitterroot Mt., 305m

EVE
365K. Rhode, S. Rash   941995-04-18
USA, Washington, 8 mi. Campground, Wenatchee NF, WA T24N R17E, 686m


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