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

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


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WWB-L-3498B. Ryan   Ryan 79711982-09-15
United States, Washington, Whatcom, ridge S of waterfall, Chowder Ridge, 48.833333 -121.833333

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Pachyospora verrucosa (Ach.) Massal.
WWB-L-3501Bruce Ryan   Ryan 75351982-00-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Site A Chowder Ridge, Mt. Baker

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Ionaspis Th. Fr.
WWB-L-2622Bruce D. Ryan   s.n.1979-02-09
USA, Washington, Skagit, North side of Washington Park, Fidalgo Is.; 7 m above MLLW, 48.5 -122.7, 7m

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Hymenelia arctica (Lynge) Lutzoni
WWB-L-3499F. Rhoades   Ryan 84821978-08-01
United States, Washington, Whatcom, NE Chowder Ridge, 1700m

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Tremolecia atrata (Ach.) Hertel
WWB-L-3530B. Ryan   Ryan 8265A1982-10-01
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Skyline Divide, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1800m

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Hymenelia epulotica (Ach.) Lutzoni
WWB-L-3679B. Ryan   Ryan 77971982-00-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, NE Chowder Ridge, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1850m

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Tremolecia atrata (Ach.) Hertel
WWB-L-3529B. Ryan   Ryan 77791982-00-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, NE Chowder Ridge, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1900m

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3498   

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3499   

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Pachyospora verrucosa (Ach.) Massal.
3500   

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Pachyospora verrucosa (Ach.) Massal.
3501   

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Tremolecia atrata (Ach.) Hertel
3529   

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Tremolecia atrata (Ach.) Hertel
3530   

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Ionaspis epulotica (Ach.) Arnold
3679   

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Agrestia hispida (Mereschk.) Hale & Culb.
3790   


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