Dataset: USF
Taxa: Umbilicariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of South Florida Herbarium


USF
USF 206676Steven R. Hill   210031989-08-07
United States, Maine, Hancock, north end of Tunk Lake, near boat ramp, S side Rt. 182, ca. 6.5 mi W of Cherryfield, 44.60587 -68.054861

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USF 268604Steven R. Hill   334772002-04-13
United States, North Carolina, Watauga, Tater (Potato) Hill, near junction of Janaluska Road and Tater Hill Road (SSR 1308, SSR 1306). Steep slope above roadcut. Headwaters of Sharp Creek. About 5.3 miles due northwest of Boone. Elevation 3900-4000 feet. Appalachian Mountains; large vertical exposed outcrops, gneissic rocks, perhaps with calcium, 36.278481 -81.728437

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Lasallia papulosa (Ach.) Llano
USF 268602Steven R. Hill w/ Heyward Douglass & Steve Muzal   236431992-06-26
United States, South Carolina, Greenville, Table Rock Reservoir watershed, summit of Buzzard Mountain, 35.0728 -82.711839, 853m

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Gyrophora dillenii (Tuck.) Müll.Arg.
USF 274675Paul Otto Schallert   1936-09-10
United States, Pennsylvania, Pike, Milford.

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USF 272631Julia A. Schulten   3951983-08-04
United States, South Dakota, Custer, Custer State Park; Cathedral Spires area.

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USF 272801   2881974-03-17
United States, West Virginia, Lincoln, Trace Fork Rd, Shank Farm.

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USF 274401Julia A. Schulten   2781982-08-08
United States, Pennsylvania, Jefferson, Clear Creek State Park., 41.316667 -79.083333

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USF 272638Julia A. Schulten   3961983-08-04
United States, South Dakota, Custer, Custer State Park; Cathedral Spires area.


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