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

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Evergreen Natural History Museum


EVE
366KLK   1331994-04-21
USA, Oregon, Smith Rocks State Park, 1006m

EVE
368L. Hunter   1081994-04-19
USA, Oregon, Smith Rocks State Park, 1006m

EVE
369JSC   1241994-05-16
USA, Washington, Icicle River Canyon, Wenatchee NF, 610m

EVE
370S. A. Evans   1011981-07-20
Canada, Alberta, Ridge above Peyto Lake, Banff-Jasper HW, 2134m

EVE
Umbilicaria rigida (Du Rietz) Frey
371K. Rhode   1
USA, Washington, Elk Mountain, Olympic Peninsula, WA, 1981m

EVE
Umbilicaria torrefacta (Lightf.) Schrader
372S. Rash   961995-03-02
USA, Washington, Deception Crags, 457m

EVE
373JSC   1251994-05-16
USA, Washington, Icicle River Canyon, Wenatchee NF, T24N R17E, 610m

EVE
374K. Dillman   471992-01-19
USA, Idaho, Bonneville, Targee NF, Pine Creek ridge, HWY 31 T2N R44E, on SW facing outcrop, 2042m


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Google Map

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