Dataset: GAM
Taxa: Pseudocyphellaria
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Georgia, Julian H. Miller Mycological Herbarium


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GAM00025230Sean Q. Beeching   2006-09-17
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Popcorn overlook US 76

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GAM00025231Sean Q. Beeching   2006-09-23
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Popcorn Overlook

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GAM00025232Sean Q. Beeching   2008-06-10
United States, Georgia, Gwinnett, Outcrop area

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GAM00025233Sean Q. Beeching   2005-10-18
United States, Georgia, Murray, Orange trail at road to tower

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GAM00025234Sean Q. Beeching   2007-06-09
United States, North Carolina, Clay, Buck Creek at Route 64, 35.13 -83.26

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GAM00025235Sean Q. Beeching   2004-12-27
United States, Georgia, Bartow, Pine Log Mountain Wildlife Management Area creek bank

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GAM00025236Sean Q. Beeching   2006-12-23
United States, Georgia, Union, By Tom Jones Branch

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GAM00025237Sean Q. Beeching   2008-08-23
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Along Chattooga north of SR 28

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GAM00025238Sean Q. Beeching   2005-08-20
United States, Georgia, Meriwether, Pine Mountain trail near mile 22

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GAM00025239Robert J. Hill   1998-10-11
United States, North Carolina, Jackson, 3.5 miles east of NC 107 at Tuckasegee along NC 281

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GAM00025240Sean Q. Beeching   2005-05-21
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Rabun Bald near summit, 34.9666667 -83.3

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GAM00025241Sean Q. Beeching   2008-08-23
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Along Chattooga north of SR 28

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GAM00025242Sean Q. Beeching   2006-09-18
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Bull Pen Road

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GAM00025243Robert J. Hill   1998-10-12

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GAM00025244Robert J. Hill   1998-10-10
United States, North Carolina, Clay, Biological Research Station

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GAM00025245Robert J. Hill   1993-09-18
United States, Maine, Washington, On Wilderness Shores Road

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GAM00025246Robert J. Hill   1999-05-07
Canada, Nova Scotia, Thomas Raddall Provincial Park


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Google Map

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