Dataset: UWSP
Search Criteria: Costa Rica; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point


UWSP
Ramalina arabum (Dill. ex Ach.) Meyen & Flot.
UWSP-L-0001521Frank D. Bowers   662C1967-08-08
Costa Rica, Cartago, behind Hotel La Georgina on Interamerican Highway about 97 km south of Cartago, 2900m

UWSP
Usnea Dill. ex Adans.
UWSP-L-0001613Frank Bowers   8411967-08-21
Costa Rica, San José, On trail to Cerro Chirripo at small palm. 12 km NE of Canaan, 2200m

UWSP
Undetermined
UWSP-L-0001746Frank Bowers   841c1967-08-21
Costa Rica, San José, On trail to Cerro Chirripo, 12 km NE of Canaan, 2200m

UWSP
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
UWSP-L-0001014Frank D. Bowers   797-a1967-08-04
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, OTS Station at San Vito de Java; Finca Wilson, 1097 - 1189m

UWSP
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
UWSP-L-0001015Frank D. Bowers   345-d1967-07-17
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, 9.5 km northwest of Rincon de Osa, 305m

UWSP
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
UWSP-L-0001016Frank D. Bowers   797-a1967-08-04
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, OTS Station at San Vito de Java; Finca Wilson, 1097 - 1189m

UWSP
Dictyonema glabratum (Sprengel) D. Hawksw.
UWSP-L-0001048W.L. Culberson   123541967-03-29
Costa Rica, San José, 18 km N of San Isidro del General

UWSP
Dictyonema glabratum (Sprengel) D. Hawksw.
UWSP-L-0001049unknown   436
Costa Rica, San Ramon

UWSP
Evernia cirrhata (Fr.) M. Choisy
UWSP-L-0001080Frank D. Bowers   830-d1967-08-10
Costa Rica, Cartago, cut-over area formerly cloud forest behind Hotel La Georgina on Interamerican about 97 km south of Cartago, 2900m

UWSP
Cryptothecia rubrocincta (Ehrenb.:Fr.) Thor
UWSP-L-0001455Frank D. Bowers   2971967-07-13
Costa Rica, San José, 5-7 miles from San Rafael de Heredia on Volcan Barba, 2438m


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