Dataset: FTU
Taxa: Cladoniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


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FTU L92Charles and Marre Koch   1963-09-10
United States, Alaska, Southeast Fairbanks, Southeast Fairbanks, 64.843322 -147.758644

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FTU L93Roger Rosentreter   168632010-03-03
United States, Florida, Marion, Rainbow Springs State Park, along the nature trail, 29.09877 -82.4297

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FTU L94Elizabeth M. Harris   12672012-02-02
United States, Florida, Seminole, Econlockhatchee River Wilderness Area, 28.616278 -81.175112

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FTU L95Hank Whittier   1977-02-00
United States, Florida, Orange, Orlando, U.C.F. campus, 28.598691 -81.192672

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FTU L96E.J. Chicardi   LI0061988-10-30
United States, Florida, Orange, Orlando. U.C.F. campus, Sand Rd, west, 150m from Armadillo Alley, 28.602245 -81.200054

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FTU L97Paul O. Schallert   1964-06-03
United States, Florida, Seminole, Chuluota, 28.640653 -81.111722

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FTU L98Mark Cotter   511979-07-10
United States, Florida, Orange, Orlando. F.T.U. campus, 28.60261 -81.199882

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FTU L99Paul O. Schallert   1961-08-12
United States, South Carolina, Oconee, Oconee State Park, 34.8675 -83.10278, 762m


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Google Map

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