Dataset: WWB
Taxa: Caliciaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


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Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
4489   

WWB
Cyphelium karelicum (Vain.) Räsänen
4492   

WWB
Amandinea lecideina (H. Mayrhofer & Poelt) Scheid. & H. Mayrhofer
4524   

WWB
Amandinea lecideina (H. Mayrhofer & Poelt) Scheid. & H. Mayrhofer
4529   

WWB
Buellia badia (Fr.) A. Massal.
4601   

WWB
4602   

WWB
Amandinea lecideina (H. Mayrhofer & Poelt) Scheid. & H. Mayrhofer
4620   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
4622   

WWB
Amandinea lecideina (H. Mayrhofer & Poelt) Scheid. & H. Mayrhofer
4623   

WWB
Thelomma mammosum (Hepp) A. Massal.
4624   

WWB
Buellia fimbriata (Tuck.) Imshaug
4626   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
4628   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
4653   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
4654   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
4709   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
4732   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
4750   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
4756   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
4757   

WWB
Buellia griseovirens (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Almb.
4758   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
4768   

WWB
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
4800   

WWB
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
4811   

WWB
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
4812   

WWB
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
4839   

WWB
Amandinea lecideina (H. Mayrhofer & Poelt) Scheid. & H. Mayrhofer
4916   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
5000   

WWB
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
5001   

WWB
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
5004   

WWB
Diplotomma ambiguum (Ach.) Flagey
5010   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
5032   

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
5033   

WWB
Buellia fimbriata (Tuck.) Imshaug
5035   

WWB
Cyphelium inquinans (Sm.) Trevisan
5114   

WWB
8246   

WWB
Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
WWB-L-4709Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #2501995-10-24
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island; Point Colville, 48.42222 -122.80944, 20m

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Amandinea lecideina (H. Mayrhofer & Poelt) Scheid. & H. Mayrhofer
WWB-L-4623Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #1701995-10-24
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island; Point Colville; western part of BLM property, 48.42222 -122.80944, 10m

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WWB-L-2227F. Rhoades   s.n.1979-08-12
United States, Washington, King, at campsite next to Little Heart Lake, Foss River drainage, Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area, 1280m

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Diplotomma penichrum (Tuck.) Szat.
WWB-L-3006Mary Riddle   s.n.1982-04-18
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Sumas Mtn (Paradise Valley Rd)

WWB
Thelomma mammosum (Hepp) A. Massal.
WWB-L-4624Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #1711995-10-24
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island; Point Colville; on western part of BLM property, 48.422222 -122.809444, 10m

WWB
WWB-L-2220F. Rhoades   s.n.1976-10-23
United States, Oregon, Jefferson, near Camp Sherman, 44.5 -121.666667

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Pyxine Fr.
WWB-L-3232Fred Rhoades   s.n.1982-07-01
United States, Missouri, Pomme de Terre St. Pk.

WWB
WWB-L-2911Erik J. Martin   591964-01-02
United States, Washington, Whatcom, S side of Bayon Road just E. of Marietta

WWB
Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
WWB-L-4732Fred Rhoades   BLM Col #2701995-11-01
United States, Washington, San Juan, Lopez Island; Point Colville; 4 m abover water. Marine rocks along west-most shoreline of BLM property, 48.422222 -122.809444, 6m

WWB
Buellia punctata (Hoffm.) Mass.
WWB-L-2916Erik J. Martin   1621964-10-17
United States, Washington, Kittitas, On tree trunk just W. of Easton Lake


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