Dataset: BRIT
Taxa: Lichinaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT
BRIT60891P. O. Schallert   s.n.1926-06-10
USA, North Carolina, Cascades

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Heppia guepinii (Delise) Nyl.
BRIT60956M. Doty   54271943-05-21
USA, California, San Mateo, a mile south of Pigeon point lighthouse

BRIT
BRIT62735R. D. Worthington   54601979-12-02
USA, Texas, El Paso, Hueco Mts. Hueco Tanks State Park, N side of North Mountain, 1387m

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Thyrea pyrenoides (Nyl.) Fink
BRIT62736Sandra Beadles   7921976-09-25
USA, Texas, Blanco, 16 Km E of Johnson City; Perdenales Falls State Park, 30.276762 -98.244943

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Heppia Nageli
BRIT60952   
USA, Texas

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Heppia Nageli
BRIT60953Fred B. Jones   16611958-02-01
USA, Texas, San Patricio, about 7 miles south of Taft

BRIT
Heppia Nageli
BRIT60954Fred B. Jones   16911958-03-16
USA, Texas, San Patricio, about 8 miles southwest of Taft, base of slope

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Heppia Nageli
BRIT60955Fred B. Jones   16811958-02-28
USA, Texas, San Patricio, about 9 miles southwest of Taft


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