Dataset: ALA
Taxa: Opegraphaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
UAMb:Herb:55550Karen Dillman   2000-1212000-07-20
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Cleveland Peninsula, Lake McDonald, under high cliff overhang., 57.974 -131.8378, 100 - 100m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:56379Karen Dillman   2001-371999-06-06
United States, Alaska, Duke Island, Judd Harbor., 54.8863 -131.2666, 3 - 3m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:15586unknown   1986-01-08
United States, California

ALA
UAMb:Herb:11949unknown   1986-01-08
United States, California

ALA
Sclerophyton inscriptum (Nyl.) Müll.Arg.
UAMb:Herb:28759unknown, William Wirt Calkins   1981886-01-01
United States, Florida

ALA
UAMb:Herb:9445unknown   1966-04-15
United States, California

ALA
Combea californica (Th.Fr.) Follm. & Geyer
UAMb:Herb:1179unknown   1800-01-01
United States, California

ALA
UAMb:Herb:55551Karen Dillman   1999-441999-06-08
United States, Alaska, Kelp Island, near Duke Island, main anchorage., 54.8681 -131.2535, 2 - 2m


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Google Map

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