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

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L703Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-03
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

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L704Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-01
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

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L705Walter M. Thomson   1990-02-25
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

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L706Walter M. Thomson   1990-02-24
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

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L707Walter 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. of 1/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect. 3; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L708Walter 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

FTU
FTU L270Roger Rosentreter with Ann DeBolt   167852009-12-19
United States, Florida, Volusia, along the nature trail, Hontoon Island State Park, 25 miles north of Orlando, 28.958537 -81.363909, 2m

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L262Paul O. Schallert   1964-05-03
United States, Florida, Seminole, Chuluota, 28.640653 -81.111722

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L263Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-11
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, 28.712695 -81.452306

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L264Walter 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. S. 14 of sect. 30 and N. !4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L265Roger Rosentreter   174122011-12-24
United States, Florida, Alachua, Morningside Nature Center. East of Gainesville, 29.654588 -82.2801, 38m

FTU
Heterodermia albicans (Pers.) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L266Shirley Tucker   310521991-09-21
United States, Louisiana, West Feliciana, Standifer property; along state route 966, sects. 71, 72, 30.783332 -91.252224

FTU
Heterodermia casarettiana (A. Massal.) Trevisan
FTU L267Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-01
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

FTU
Heterodermia casarettiana (A. Massal.) Trevisan
FTU L268Beverly Taylor   561979-06-30
United States, Florida, Orange, Orlando. University of Central Florida campus, 28.59789 -81.195182

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
Heterodermia japonica (Sato) Swinscow & Krog
FTU L271Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-12
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

FTU
Heterodermia echinata (Taylor) Culb.
FTU L272Shirley Tucker   85211970-03-27
United States, Florida, Jackson, Florida Caverns State Park 2 mi N of Marianna, 30.80593 -85.226725

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L273Watler 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. S. 1/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L274Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-01
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

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L275Roger Rosentreter with Ann DeBolt   167952009-12-19
United States, Florida, Volusia, along the nature trail, Hontoon Island State Park, 25 miles north of Orlando, 28.958537 -81.363909, 2m

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L276Elizabeth M. Harris   12171993-11-07
United States, Illinois, Pope, Hayes Creek Canyon. R6E T12S, 37.468565 -88.544737

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L277Elizabeth M. Harris   12181993-11-07
United States, Illinois, Pope, Hayes Creek Canyon. R6E T12S, 37.468565 -88.544737

FTU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
FTU L278Shirley C. Tucker with Ken Tucker, Marie Standifer   381992004-04-17
United States, Louisiana, West Feliciana, Standifer property: along La. Hwy 966, Sects. 71,72, 30.783332 -91.252224


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