Dataset: YPM-YU
Taxa: Ocellularia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Yale University Herbarium, Peabody Museum of Natural History


YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236389Alexander W. Evans   591924-10-22
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Volanta, 30.533953 -87.90166

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236390Alexander W. Evans   801924-11-17
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Battles, 30.493611 -87.927222

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236391Alexander W. Evans   851924-11-17
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Battles, 30.493611 -87.927222

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236392Alexander W. Evans   1171924-11-26
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Fish River, 30.456027 -87.805934

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236393G. K. Merrill   1911-00-00
United States, Florida, Volusia, Near Daytona, 29.211115 -81.022833

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236394Alexander W. Evans   1911925-02-27
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Rock Creek, 30.559905 -87.693325

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236395Alexander W. Evans   4631925-05-27
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Sea Cliff, 30.545 -87.903

YPM:YU
Ocellularia domingensis (Fée) Müll.Arg.
YU.236396G. R. Cooley   1101929-03-31
United States, Tennessee, Knox, Along Clinton Pike, 35.9896461 -83.920739, 229m

YPM:YU
Ocellularia lathraea (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
YU.236397Severin Rapp   1923-02-00
United States, Florida, Seminole, Sanford, 28.800548 -81.27312

YPM:YU
Ocellularia subtilis (Tuck.) Riddle
YU.236398H. A. Green   1899-07-05
United States, North Carolina, Polk, Tryon, 35.20817 -82.238448


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