Dataset: FTU
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Louisiana; East Feliciana; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


FTU
Pyxine caesiopruinosa (Tuck.) Imahsug
FTU L591Shirley Tucker   18109A1978-11-17
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, on Will Roberts farm, Felixville, on Parish rd. 432, 8 mi. NE of Clinton, 30.948781 -90.918598

FTU
Xanthoria fulva (Hoffm.) Poelt & Petutschnig
FTU L687Shirley C. Tucker   7865B1969-01-23
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, at Roberts farm, Felixville, on parish road 432, about 8 miles N of Clinton, 30.948781 -90.918598

FTU
Bacidia schweinitzii (Fr. ex E. Michener) A. Schneider
FTU L24Shirley C. Tucker   180741978-11-17
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, Idlewild Research Station, 5.6 km SE of Clinton, 30.829858 -90.973976

FTU
Byssoloma meadii (Tuck.) S. Ekman
FTU L47Shirley C. Tucker   18429B1979-03-16
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, Idlewild Experimental far about 3 miles SE of Clinton, 30.834394 -90.978657

FTU
Heterodermia casarettiana (A. Massal.) Trevisan
FTU L269Shirley C. Tucker   184211979-03-16
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, Idlewild Experimental farm, 3 mi. SE of Clinton, Baton Rouge, 30.834394 -90.978657

FTU
Hyperphyscia syncolla (Tuck. ex Nyl.) Kalb
FTU L279Shirley C. Tucker   173271978-03-10
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, 1/4 mile inside entrance to Idlewild Agr. Experiment Station (La. State Univ.), 5.6 km SE of Clinton, 30.829858 -90.973976

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Parmotrema tinctorum (Delise ex Nyl.) Hale
FTU L498S.C. Tucker and A. W. Lievens   310801991-10-03
United States, Louisiana, East Feliciana, Idlewild Research Station, on pecan trees along road, 5.6 km SE of Clinton, 30.829858 -90.973976


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Google Map

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