Dataset: CAS
Taxa: Buellia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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California Academy of Sciences


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449550George Knox Merrill   s.n.1913-05-15
United States, Maine, Knox, Warren, 44.120358 -69.240045

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Buellia sequax (Nyl.) Zahlbr.
449551Shelly Benson   SB1312010-05-15
United States, California, San Francisco, UTME 545864 N 4183961 (NAD83 Zone 10) San Franciso Presidio: Battery Godfrey 2

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Buellia sequax (Nyl.) Zahlbr.
449552Herman Edward Hasse   s.n.1905-01-00
United States, California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Range

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Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
449553Henry Albert Green   s.n.1894-12-00
United States, South Carolina, Chester, Chester, 34.704861 -81.214256

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Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
449554Albert W. C. T. Herre   s.n.1939-02-25
United States, California, Monterey, Pacific Grove

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Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
449555Albert W. C. T. Herre   s.n.1910-10-12
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Hills west of Los Gatos

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Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
449557Kerry Knudsen   146162012-03-01
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mojave Desert; Joshua Tree National Park: east of Quail Mountain in steep wash on side of ridge.; Quad Map: Joshua Tree South 7.5' Q, 34.02353 -116.22239, 1321m

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Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
449558Herman Edward Hasse   s.n.1899-10-00
United States, California, Santa Monica Range, 34.09 -118.61

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Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
449559Herman Edward Hasse   s.n.1899-10-00
United States, California, Santa Monica Range, 34.09 -118.61

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449560Clarence John Humphrey   s.n.1935-00-00
United States, Arizona, Graham, Top of Heliograph Hill, Graham Mts, near Safford, 2804m

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449561Charles Russell Orcutt   s.n.1926-05-24
United States, Texas, Fort Davis

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449562Robert Evans Snodgrass   s.n.1901-07-00
United States, California, Santa Cruz Island

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449563Charles Russell Orcutt   s.n.
United States, California, San Diego, San Diego

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449564Tom Carlberg   023122010-05-15
United States, California, San Francisco, San Franciso Presidio: Battery Godfrey 2, 37.801877 -122.479015, 1m

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449565Tom Carlberg   024422010-07-31
United States, California, San Francisco, San Francisco Presidio: Marshall Beach 1, 37.800729 -122.480364

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449566Anonymous   91902-00-00
United States, California, Catalina Island

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449567Albert W. C. T. Herre   s.n.1910-12-23
United States, California, Alameda, Oakland Hills, Oakland, 2804m

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449568Albert W. C. T. Herre   9231906-07-19
United States, California, San Francisco, Twin Peaks, 213m

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Buellia stellulata (Taylor) Mudd
449569Albert W. C. T. Herre   8691906-07-13
United States, California, Santa Cruz Mountains. San Bruno Mt.

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449570Frank Almeda   9621971-12-03
USA, North Carolina, Orange, Duke Forest, -Korstian Division [crossed out, New Hope Creek entered]; vicinity of cement bridge over New Hope Creek.

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Buellia subalbula (Nyl.) Müll Arg.
449571Ira L. Wiggins   161961961-03-31
Mexico, Baja California, Sandy areas on Viscaino Desert 7 miles SE of Guerrero Negro., 27.916667 -113.95

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449572Shelly Benson   SB1302010-05-15
United States, California, San Francisco, San Franciso Presidio: Battery Godfrey 2, 37.801877 -122.479015

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Buellia tabacina (Müll. Arg.) Malme
449573Dennis E. Breedlove   671281988-05-06
Mexico, Chiapas, 9 km N of Ocozocoautla along road to Mal Paso. Municipio of Ocozocoautla., 1080m

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449574Clifford M. Wetmore   108581961-07-08
USA, South Dakota, Custer, along Road to Argyle, 11.3 km NW of US 385 (11.3km NW of Hot Springs), Sec. 20 T6S R5E, 43.51 -103.56, 1387m


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