Dataset: WIS
Search Criteria: Grenada; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0022182H.A. Imshaug   162301953-07-19
Grenada, 5 miles rom St. George's along Grand Etang Road, Parish of St. George, 12.0667 -61.7333, 290m

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Amandinea efflorescens (Müll. Arg.) Marbach
WIS-L-0104180Henry A. Imshaug   161361953-07-09
Grenada, West Indies; Morne Rouge Cove, Parish of St. George, 30m

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Baculifera remensa (Stirt.) Marbach
WIS-L-0104184Henry A. Imshaug   161281953-07-09
Grenada, The West Indies; S coast of Point Saline Peninsula, Parish of St. George

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Orcularia placodiomorpha (Vainio) Kalb & Giralt
WIS-L-0007866Henry A. Imshaug   163041953-07-24
Grenada, The West Indies; Grenade Bay: Parish of St. Patrick

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WIS-L-0009460H.A. Imshaug   162061953-07-16
Grenada, Saint John, Headwaters of Black Bay River west of Fedon's Camp, 488 - 549m

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WIS-L-0009572H.A. Imshaug   162201953-07-19
Grenada, Saint George, Grand Etang Road, 5 miles from St. George's, 290m

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Leptogium austroamericanum (Malme) C.W. Dodge
WIS-L-0009822H.A. Imshaug   163301953-07-30
Grenada, The West Indies; Grenada: Ridge of Mt. St. Catherine, 488 - 503m

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WIS-L-0009933H.A. Imshaug   162641953-07-21
Grenada, Saint David, The West Indies; Grenada: Mt. Sinai Water Works, 396m

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WIS-L-0009931H.A. Imshaug   162221953-07-19
Grenada, Saint George, The West Indies; Grenada: Grand Etang Road 5 miles from St. George's, 290m

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WIS-L-0009932H.A. Imshaug   162261953-07-19
Grenada, Saint George, The West Indies; Grenada: Grand Etang Road 5 miles from St. George's, 290m


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