Dataset: BRIT
Search Criteria: Canada; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT
BRIT62665Eula Whitehouse   255981951-08-22
Canada, Alberta, Banff National Park above Moraine Lake

BRIT
BRIT61363Eula Whitehouse   306461956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 1 mi. south of Nanaimo

BRIT
BRIT62507Eula Whitehouse   255621951-08-22
Canada, Alberta, Banff National Park, Paradise Creek on Moraine Lake Road

BRIT
BRIT61318Eula Whitehouse   306511956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, Park

BRIT
Usnea dasypoga auct. non (Ach.) Shirley
BRIT62511Eula Whitehouse   306731956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, south of Malahat Point

BRIT
Usnea glabrescens (Nyl. ex Vain.) Vain.
BRIT62518Eula Whitehouse   306311956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
Parmelia vittata (Ach.) Röhl.
BRIT61335Eula Whitehouse   30637b1956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
BRIT61106Eula Whitehouse   306751956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, south of Malahat Point

BRIT
BRIT62506K.M. Lawrence   s.n.1952-09-14
Canada, Alberta, 3 1/2 miles NE of Sturgeon Lake

BRIT
Peltigera aphthosa (L.) Willd.
BRIT61362William F. Mahler   28241962-08-18
Canada, Alberta, along King Creek, 33 miles S of Hwy 1 on Kananaskis Hwy

BRIT
BRIT62664Anselm   2371936-07-31
Canada, Quebec, La Tuque

BRIT
BRIT62651Eula Whitehouse   257581951-08-25
Canada, Alberta, Jasper National Park, creek and slope west of south entrance

BRIT
BRIT61421Eula Whitehouse   306371956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
BRIT61109Eula Whitehouse   306351956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
BRIT62503Eula Whitehouse   306721956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, south of Malahat Point

BRIT
BRIT62631Eula Whitehouse   306741956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, Malahat Point

BRIT
Psora hypnorum (Vahl) Hoffm.
BRIT62893Eula Whitehouse   256081951-08-22
Canada, Alberta, Banff National Park, above Moraine Lake

BRIT
Psora hypnorum (Vahl) Hoffm.
BRIT62894Eula Whitehouse   255631951-08-22
Canada, Alberta, Banff National Park, Paradise Creek on Moraine Lake road

BRIT
BRIT60893Eula Whitehouse   306351956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
Cladonia Hill ex P. Browne
BRIT60944William F. Mahler   23491961-08-08
Canada, Alberta, 10 miles E. of Edmonton

BRIT
BRIT61305Eula Whitehouse   30637c1956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
BRIT61320Eula Whitehouse   306371956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
Parmelia hygrophila Goward & Ahti
BRIT61327Eula Whitehouse   30637d1956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
BRIT61328[Anselm]   1121/32041939-09-23
Canada, Quebec, St. Felicien

BRIT
Peltigera canina var. albescens (Wahlenb.) J.W. Thomson
BRIT61368Eula Whitehouse   30625a1956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 miles south of Nanaimo

BRIT
Peltigera canina (L.) Willd.
BRIT61369Eula Whitehouse   306251956-06-24
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 9 mi. south of Nanaimo

BRIT
Peltigera horizontalis (Hudson) Baumg.
BRIT61376E. Lepage   4811935-05-30
Canada, Quebec, Kamouraska, Ste-Anne

BRIT
BRIT61378A. J. Hill   s.n.1902-03-12
Canada, British Columbia, New Westminster

BRIT
Peltigera polydactylon (Necker) Hoffm.
BRIT61382W. F. Mahler   23661961-08-08
Canada, Alberta, 10 mi. E of Edmonton

BRIT
Peltigera polydactylon (Necker) Hoffm.
BRIT61383William F. Nahler   23661961-08-08
Canada, Alberta, 10 miles E of Edmonton

BRIT
BRIT61409E. Lepage   3211936-04-26
Canada, Quebec, Kamouraska, Ste-Anne


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