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

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
WWB-L-2190F. Rhoades   s.n.1976-10-23
United States, Oregon, Linn, Sahallie Falls off US Rt. 126; in lava flows east of road, 44.333333 -122

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
WWB-L-3456C. Gilleland   Ryan 33781977-08-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Skyline Divide, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333

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WWB-L-3471B. Ryan   Ryan 79911982-09-15
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Ridge above Arch Pt, Chowder Ridge, 1800m

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
WWB-L-3457F. Rhoades   Ryan 83661978-08-01
United States, Washington, Whatcom, SW Chowder Ridge, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333

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WWB-L-1965F. Rhoades   Rhoades 5101979-05-13
United States, Washington, East side, rocky cliff, Allman Isl.; Puget Sd, 10m

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Fuscopannaria leucostictoides (Ohlsson) P.M. Jørg.
WWB-L-2461F. Rhoades   s.n.1980-05-24
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Sulfur Creek Lava Flow, Mt. Baker, 400m

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Protopannaria pezizoides (Weber) P. M Jørg. & S. Ekman
WWB-L-3756B. Ryan   Ryan 78331982-00-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, NE Chowder Ridge, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1850m

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Fuscopannaria leucostictoides (Ohlsson) P.M. Jørg.
WWB-L-1485F. Rhoades   s.n.1980-05-24
United States, Washington, Whatcom, located on Sulfur Creek Lava flow where it first crosses F.S. Rd. #372, Mt. Baker, 500m

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Fuscopannaria praetermissa (Nyl.) P.M. Jørg.
WWB-L-3333B. D. Ryan   Ryan 81101982-09-19
United States, Washington, Whatcom, SW Chowder Ridge, Mt. Baker, 2100m

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Fuscopannaria praetermissa (Nyl.) P.M. Jørg.
WWB-L-3755F. Rhoades   s.n.1982-00-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, NE Chowder Ridge, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1850m

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Pannaria Delise ex Bory
WWB-L-3461B. Ryan   Ryan 89601983-08-26
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Skyline Divide, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1900m

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Parmeliella praetermissa (Nyl.) P. James
WWB-L-2696D. Bigley   s.n.1978-03-00
United States, Washington, Whitman, Glenwood Station, 10 miles N of Kamiak Butte

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Fuscopannaria praetermissa (Nyl.) P.M. Jørg.
WWB-L-1966F. Rhoades   Rhoades 2461976-10-23
United States, Oregon, Deschutes, Juniper Wayside, off Ore Rt. 126 near Sisters, 44.333333 -121.5

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Protopannaria pezizoides (Weber) P. M Jørg. & S. Ekman
WWB-L-1412F. Rhoades   s.n.1980-05-10
United States, Washington, Skagit, Washington Park, Fidalgo Island, 2m

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Pannaria Delise ex Bory
WWB-L-3766B. Ryan   Ryan 80661982-09-15
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Arch Point Chowder Ridge, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1775m

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
WWB-L-2811Erik J. Martin   1691964-10-17
United States, Washington, near Houson Creek, W. of Lake Cle Elum

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Pannaria pezizoides (Weber) Trevisan
1412   

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Parmeliella Müll.Arg.
1485   

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1965   

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Parmeliella praetermissa (Nyl.) P. James
1966   

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
2190   

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2461   

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Parmeliella praetermissa (Nyl.) P. James
2696   

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
2811   

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Parmeliella praetermissa (Nyl.) P. James
3333   

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Pannaria leucophaea (Vahl) P.M. Jørg.
3343   

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
3456   

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Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
3457   

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Pannaria pezizoides (Weber) Trevisan
3460   

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Pannaria Delise ex Bory
3461   

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Parmeliella praetermissa (Nyl.) P. James
3755   

WWB
Pannaria pezizoides (Weber) Trevisan
3756   

WWB
Pannaria Delise ex Bory
3766   

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Protopannaria pezizoides (Weber) P. M Jørg. & S. Ekman
WWB-L-3460Bruce Ryan   Ryan 89481983-08-26
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Skyline Divide, northwest of Mt. Baker, 48.833333 -121.833333, 1850m


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