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

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


FTU
Canoparmelia amazonica (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L696Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-08
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run. S. 1/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

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Canoparmelia amazonica (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L51Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-11
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run, 28.714228 -81.450449

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Canoparmelia amazonica (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L52Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-05
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run, 28.714228 -81.450449

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Canoparmelia amazonica (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L53Roger Rosentreter   164812008-01-06
United States, Florida, Highlands, Red Hill, Archbold Biological Station, South of Lake Placid, Florida, 27.190598 -81.340541

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Canoparmelia amazonica (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L54Roger Rosentreter   168182009-12-23
United States, Florida, Alachua, bench near hidden sinkhole, about 1.2 miles east of parking lot, O'Leno State Park, 20 miles NW of Gainesville, Florida, 29.918435 -82.602845, 17m

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Canoparmelia amazonica (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L55Roger Rosentreter   167572009-12-18
United States, Florida, Orange, Near rosemary bush, 1 mile south of Kelly Park, west side of Wekiwa Spring State Park, 5 miles north of Apopka and NW of Orlando, Florida, 28.746667 -81.508491

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Canoparmelia caroliniana (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L56Roger Rosentreter   148582001-12-21
United States, Florida, Marion, South end of Lake Charles; 26 km (16 miles) east of Ocala, Florida; FL-10 Plot, T14S R24E Sec32 SE1/4, 29.22579 -81.909974

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Canoparmelia caroliniana (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L57Hank O. Whittier   1977-02-00
United States, Florida, Orange, U.C.F. Campus, 28.598694 -81.195144

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Canoparmelia caroliniana (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L58Hank Whittier   1977-02-00
United States, Florida, Seminole, Black Hammock, 28.717766 -81.157835

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Canoparmelia caroliniana (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L59Shirley C. Tucker   381872004-04-17
United States, Louisiana, West Feliciana, Standifer property: along La. Hwy 966, Sects. 71,72, 30.78501 -91.255246

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Canoparmelia caroliniana (Nyl.) Elix & Hale
FTU L60Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-05
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run, 28.714228 -81.450449

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FTU L61Roger Rosentreter   148972001-12-22
United States, Florida, Marion, Along the Ocklawaha River, Delks Bluff Area, FL-12 Plot; 11 km (7 miles) east of Ocala Florida, north of the Route # 40 bridge, 29.215024 -81.985882

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FTU L62Shirley Tucker   338451995-02-18
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Baird Drive, south Baton Rouge, 30.380881 -91.123118

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Canoparmelia salacinifera (Hale) Elix & Hale
FTU L63Paul O. Schallert   1966-07-01
United States, Florida, Seminole, At the home of the collector on Hermits Trail, 28.66966 -81.361989

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Canoparmelia salacinifera (Hale) Elix & Hale
FTU L64Hank O. Whittier   1977-02-00
United States, Florida, Seminole, Black Hammock, 28.717766 -81.157835

FTU
Canoparmelia texana (Tuck.) Elix & Hale
FTU L65Roger Rosentreter   14852
United States, Florida, Marion, South end of Lake Charles; 26 km (16 miles) east of Ocala, Florida; FL-10 Plot, 29.224474 -81.907706

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Canoparmelia texana (Tuck.) Elix & Hale
FTU L66Shirley C. Tucker   33900-B1995-02-13
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Burden Research Plantation, Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, 30.400149 -91.100023


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