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

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


FTU
Cladina evansii (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L68Susan M. Sterzenback   591979-07-15
United States, Florida, Seminole, Chuluota, S.R. # 419. Sand Pine Community, 28.643346 -81.131185

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Cladina evansii (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L69Judith A. Bales   901978-05-15
United States, Florida, Seminole, City of Lake Mary, Private home property on Linda Lane, 28.771542 -81.316955

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Cladina evansii (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L70B. Sumner   1001978-05-11
United States, Florida, Orange, F.T.U. campus, 28.602311 -81.200037

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Cladina evansii (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L71Shirley Tucker   313851992-02-22
United States, Louisiana, Tangipahoa, TANGIPAHOA PARISH, E end of Ogden Lane, 30.741846 -90.497786

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Cladina portentosa (Dufour) Follmann
FTU L72Paul Milanoski   1962-08-10
United States, Alaska, Southeast Fairbanks, Tetlin, 63.13722 -142.51611

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FTU L73Elizabeth M. Harris   20112009-11-06
United States, Ohio, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills State Park, Conkle's Hollow, Rim Trail, 39.455921 -82.575164

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Cladina subtenuis (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L74Alexandra Onisko   822010-02-03
United States, Florida, Seminole, Residence at 2409 Fawn Run, Oviedo, FL 32765, 28.619075 -81.172635

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Cladina subtenuis (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L75Alexandra Onisko   42010-02-03
United States, Florida, Seminole, Residence at 2409 Fawn Run, Oviedo, 28.619075 -81.172635

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Cladina subtenuis (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
FTU L76Gary I. Bergstrom   181979-06-24
United States, Florida, Orange, Orange, T22S, R31E, SW 'A Sect. 6, 28.604288 -81.25412


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.