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

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Herteliana alaskensis (Nyl.) S. Ekman
UAMb:Herb:8991unknown, Stephen S. Talbot   2972000-05-18
United States, Alaska, Seguam Quad.: Aleutian Is, Sviechnikof Harbor, Amlia I, N end of harbor., 52.058583 -173.395467, 1 - 1m

ALA
Herteliana alaskensis (Nyl.) S. Ekman
UAMb:Herb:8991unknown, Stephen S. Talbot   2972000-05-18
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:19627David F. Murray, Barbara M. Murray   23431967-07-02
Canada, Yukon Territory, Near Slims R, Mile 1059 Alaska Highway

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11688unknown   1981-07-08
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11687unknown   1981-07-08
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11686unknown   1958-08-07
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11685unknown   1981-07-08
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11684unknown   1979-06-12
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11689unknown   1960-05-30
United States, Colorado

ALA
Squamarina lentigera (Weber) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:19628unknown   1978-08-21
Russia

ALA
Squamarina crassa (Huds.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11683unknown   1800-01-01
France

ALA
Squamarina crassa (Huds.) Poelt
UAMb:Herb:11658unknown   1971-08-27
Sweden


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