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

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University of Georgia, Julian H. Miller Mycological Herbarium


GAM
GAM00026629Sean Q. Beeching   Ur32652007-06-09
United States, North Carolina, Clay, Buck Creek at US 64

GAM
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torss.
GAM00026620Robert J. Hill   8221999-08-02
Russian Federation, Karelia Pomorica Occidentaly, at Km 30 on hiway N of Kostomoksha

GAM
GAM00026627Sean Q. Beeching   2392004-08-21
United States, Georgia, Habersham, Picnic area along Panther Creek, 34.69958 -83.42013, 420m

GAM
GAM00026636Robert J. Hill   3741998-09-18
United States, Georgia, Hancock, Junk creek, 7.1 miles from Cherry Field

GAM
GAM00026631Sean Q. Beeching   21632006-11-25
United States, Georgia, Towns, along High Shals Trail

GAM
Nephroma bellum (Sprengel) Tuck.
GAM00026643D.E. Himelbrant   K-48-112002-05-08
Russian Federation, (Ust'-BoPsheretsky district,, SW Kamchatka, basin of Bannaja River), right side of Bannaja River near the local mountain. Field number: Kn-lf, 52.91556 157.52083, 260m

GAM
Nephroma parile (Ach.) Ach.
GAM00026638D.E. Himelbrant   s.n.2001-11-06
Russian Federation, KRASNODAR REGION. ACHISHKHO MOUNTAIN, (Russian Black Sea, Krasnaja Poliana), southern slope of Achishkho Mtn. Path to ruin of meteostat. Field number: BS-6. 1 km from meteostation along path, 43.72417 40.17111, 1720m

GAM
GAM00026626Sean Q. Beeching   8372005-08-20
United States, Georgia, Harris, along Pine Mountain Trail near mile 22

GAM
Nephroma bellum (Sprengel) Tuck.
GAM00026621Robert J. Hill   8521999-08-03
Finland, Karelia borealis, Ostrobothia kajarensis, Kuhmo, protected area, 63.883333 29.633333

GAM
GAM00026628Sean Q. Beeching   35002007-08-25
United States, Georgia, Gilmer, Rich Mountain Wilderness, Stanley Creek

GAM
GAM00026639Robert J. Hill   8531999-08-03
Finland, Kb, Ostrobottnia kajanensis, Kainuu/Kb (Karelia borealis), Nurmes (southern part), Louhivaara, protection area, 63.883333 29.633333

GAM
GAM00026642Robert J. Hill   519a1998-10-12
United States, North Carolina, Macon, N slope of Wayah Bald along the Appalachian Trail, Nautahala National Forest, 35.183333 -83.566667, 1554m

GAM
GAM00026630Sean Q. Beeching   65152008-08-30
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Challooga south of SR 28

GAM
Nephroma parile (Ach.) Ach.
GAM00026637Robert J. Hill   8881999-08-04
Finland, Ostrobottia kajanensis, Sotkamo, Alaofkamo, Vuokatti, Jso-Polly; 64.133333 28.266667, 64.133333 28.266667

GAM
GAM00026641Sean Q. Beeching   s.n.2005-06-15
United States, Alaska, Taku Lake Lodge, 18 air miles from Juneau, Trail near glacier, 58.288167 -134.398333

GAM
GAM00026634Robert J. Hill   4701998-10-10
United States, North Carolina, Clay, Highlands Biological Research Station

GAM
GAM00026633Sean Q. Beeching   62802008-07-26
United States, Georgia, Elbert, Willie Smith Tract

GAM
GAM00026622Robert J. Hill   3731998-09-18
United States, Georgia, Hancock, Tumk Creek, 7.1 km from Cherry Field

GAM
GAM00026632Sean Q. Beeching   9142005-09-29
United States, Black's Bluff

GAM
GAM00026635Robert J. Hill   6741999-05-10
Canada, Nova Scotia, Annapolis, near Lake Grafton, 44.388056 -65.198056

GAM
GAM00026640Himelbrand D.E.   s.n.2001-06-11
Russian Federation, Russian Black Sea, Krasnaja Poliana. southern slope of Achishkho mtn. Path to ruin of meteostat. Field number: BS-6, 1 km from meteostation along path, 43.724167 40.171111, 1720m

GAM
GAM00026624Sean Q. Beeching   5202004-01-04
United States, Georgia, Sweetwater Creek State Park, far bank upsteam from green bridge

GAM
GAM00026623Robert J. Hill   453a1998-10-16
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Nantahala National Forest, Chattooga Gorge C Bull Pen Ridge, 35.016667 -83.133333, 732m


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