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

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University of Georgia, Julian H. Miller Mycological Herbarium


GAM
Psora decipiens (Hedwig) Hoffm.
GAM00025284Sean Q. Beeching   2006-01-29
United States, Georgia, White, Wildtail Mountain south slope

GAM
Psora decipiens (Hedwig) Hoffm.
GAM00025285Sean Q. Beeching   2008-09-08
Canada, Ontario, Bruce, Alvar

GAM
Psora icterica (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
GAM00025286Robert J. Hill   2000-04-08
United States, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Chrome mine New Texas Barrens

GAM
GAM00025287Sean Q. Beeching   2005-03-05
United States, Georgia, Catoosa, In cedar glade

GAM
GAM00025288Sean Q. Beeching   2006-05-20
United States, Ohio, Adams, Buzzard's Roost Adam's Creek

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025289Sean Q. Beeching   2007-06-09
United States, North Carolina, Clay, Buck Creek at Route 64, 35.13 -83.26

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025290Sean Q. Beeching   2006-09-23
United States, Georgia, Columbia, Dixie Mountain

GAM
GAM00025291Sean Q. Beeching   2008-09-20
Canada, Ontario, Bruce, Beach

GAM
GAM00025292Sean Q. Beeching   2006-11-18
United States, Alabama, Bibb, The Nature Conservancy glade at entrance

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025293Robert J. Hill   2006-04-08
United States, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Chrome mine New Texas Barrens

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025294Sean Q. Beeching   2008-11-08
United States, Georgia, Columbia, Heggies Rock

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025295Sean Q. Beeching   2006-02-14
United States, Georgia, Coffee, Broxton Rocks

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025296Sean Q. Beeching   2006-07-29
United States, Georgia, Madison, Broad River Nature Area

GAM
Psorula rufonigra (Tuck.) Gotth. Schneider
GAM00025297Robert J. Hill   2003-02-08
United States, Georgia, Coffee, Arch Cave area


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