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

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11905unknown   1976-07-01
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:49764Peter R. Nelson   08-6992012-03-09
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Roosevelt Hills, 64.01358652 -151.5429014, 286 - 286m

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50608Barbara M. Murray   83061978-07-26
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50616Barbara M. Murray   82531978-07-26
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50743Barbara M. Murray   5552B1973-07-01
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50748Barbara M. Murray   D31973-07-01
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50839Barbara M. Murray   98821980-08-06
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50881Barbara M. Murray   99631980-08-07
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:50896Leslie A. Viereck, Anore Bucknell   44761960-08-04
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Ropalospora lugubris (Sommerf.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:59767Tracy Wiese   AT-1-13i2002-08-02
United States, Alaska, Noatak National Preserve, 67.93679 -157.43324, 409 - 409m


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