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

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


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FTU L621Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-05
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run. S. 1/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

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FTU L622Walter M. Thomson   1992-10-14
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run. S. Va of sect. 30 and N. !4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

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FTU L623Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-13
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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FTU L721Walter 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

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FTU L722Walter 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

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FTU L404Paul O. Schallert   1963-03-20
United States, Florida, Seminole, Altamonte Springs. At the home of the collector on Hermits Trail, 28.66966 -81.361989

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FTU L405Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-05
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run. S. 1/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

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FTU L406Walter 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

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FTU L407Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-07
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run. S. l/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

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FTU L408Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-17
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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FTU L409Walter M. Thomson   1990-04-19
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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FTU L410Gary I. Bergstrom   50B1979-07-03
United States, Florida, Orange, Orlando. U.C.F. campus; S. of entrance gate and N. of Lake Lee, 28.592637 -81.207392

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FTU L411Shirley C. Tucker   3312441991-10-29
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Burden Research Plantation, Essen-Staring Lane, Baton Rouge, 30.407366 -91.10579

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FTU L412Shirley C. Tucker   132311974-10-28
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Burden Research Plantation, Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, 30.400149 -91.100023

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Opegrapha viridis (Pers. ex Ach.) Behlen & Desberger
FTU L413Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-17
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
Opegrapha viridis (Pers. ex Ach.) Behlen & Desberger
FTU L414Shirley C. Tucker   137611975-01-25
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Magnolia Heights, south Baton Rouge, 30.37532 -91.1249


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