Dataset: WIS
Search Criteria: Puerto Rico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


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Cladonia pulverulenta (L. Scriba) Ahti
WIS-L-0032166Bruce Fink   19261916-01-05
Puerto Rico, Aibonito, 18.139959 -66.266002, 670m

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WIS-L-0048185W.C. Steere   60191940-01-18
Puerto Rico, ridge north of Rio Dona Juana, Toro Negro Purchase Unit, north of Villalba

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Graphis chrysocarpa (Raddi) Spreng.
WIS-L-0056165Bruce Fink   s.n.1916-01-03
Puerto Rico, Cubonito ?

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WIS-L-0108411Shirley C. Tucker   87161970-06-18
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, Aguadilla, Maricao Forest Reserve, Recreation area nr summit on Rd. 120, About 5 mi S of Maricao, 18.118834 -66.979162

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WIS-L-0108412Shirley C. Tucker   87121970-06-18
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, Aguadilla, Maricao Forest Reserve, Recreation area nr summit on rd 120, ~ 5 mi S of Maricao, 18.118834 -66.979162

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WIS-L-0013596Harris, Richard C   221171988-06-03
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; Distr. Mayagüez: Maricao State Forest, Hqy 120 at Km 16.2, ca -.5 km W of Universidad Católic, 600m


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