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

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Evergreen Natural History Museum


EVE
Fistulariella inflata (Hook. f. & Taylor) Bowler & Rundel
109D. Smith   1979-01-01
USA, Washington, Thurston, The Evergreen State College campus

EVE
Ramalina dilacerata (Hoffm.) Hoffm.
324K. Svara   91998-05-18
USA, Washington, Thurston, C-lot, The Evergreen State College campus, 65m

EVE
Ramalina dilacerata (Hoffm.) Hoffm.
325S. Rash   221995-02-20
USA, Washington, Thurston, The Evergreen State College campus, 61m

EVE
326C. Schwennesen   1979-05-30
USA, Washington, Thurston, The Evergreen State College campus

EVE
327T. Poitras, K. Svara   31998-04-20
USA, Washington, Thurston, Scatter Creek Wildlife Area, 60m

EVE
328K. Dillman   621993-07-15
United States, Alaska, Sitka, Tongass Nat. Forest, AK, Kuprenof Is, Lindenburg Pen, on Schooner Is beach off Kuprenof. SumDum A-6

EVE
Toninia caeruleonigricans (Lightf.) Th. Fr.
357Bill Sanders   1041981-07-19
Canada, Alberta, Kananaskis Provincial Park, Mountain side across from Eau Claire Campground


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