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

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Pacific Northwest Herbarium, Western Washington University


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Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
WWB-L-1242F. Rhoades   s.n.1980-04-19
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Y Road and Mt. Baker Highway, 20m

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Pseudosagedia guentheri (Flot.) Hafellner & Kalb
WWB-L-3831B. Ryan   Ryan 82161982-09-25
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Lone Star Creek, road to Twin Lakes. Near waterfall, 48.95 -121.666667, 914m

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Pseudosagedia chlorotica (Ach.) Hafellner & Kalb
WWB-L-3804B. Ryan   Ryan 46341979-04-00
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Bellingham (College Parkway near 245h St.), 48.725 -122.483333, 61m

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Porina chlorotica (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
3804   

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Porina carpinea (Pers. ex Ach.) Zahlbr.
3829   

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Porina guentheri (Flot.) Zahlbr.
3831   

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Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
WWB-L-3829Bruce Ryan   Ryan 42701978-12-02
United States, Washington, Skagit, Shannon Pt. NW part of Fid. Isl.


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