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

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California Academy of Sciences


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Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
455829Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 43282006-08-05
United States, California, Sierra, Sierra Nevada - ca 2 km E of Bassetts - W of Yuba Pass - San Francisco State University Field Station, in fron of dining lodge, 39.62557 -120.57639, 1711m

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455830Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 2961 part 4 of 91998-11-22
United States, Oregon, Tillamook, Coast Range - N of Lincoln City - Cascade Head Experimental Forest - Harts Cove Trail, ca 100m before forest open onto the bluff over ocean, 45.066667 -123.9, 100m

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455831Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 3069 part 3 of 31998-10-00
United States, Oregon, Marion, Western Cascaes - NE of Detroit. Above NFD 46 / Brightenbush Road (N-side) across from Eagle Rock, 44.783333 -122.058333, 700m

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455832Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 2793 part 2 of 21998-02-28
United States, Oregon, Josephine, Siskiyou Mountains: SW of Cave junction: Rough and Ready Dk. watershed "Campground" area, where access road first approaches the river, 488m

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455833Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 46252010-09-10
USA, California, Trinity, Trinity Alps, East Weaver Canyon, Valley bottom, along trail to East Weaver Lake, ca. 400 m above intersection with Jackass Ridge Trail, 40.78358 -122.94376, 959m

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455834Albert W. C. T. Herre   s.n.1932-05-03
USA, California, Yosemite Valley, 1219m

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Chaenothecopsis pusilla (Ach.) Alb. Schmidt
455835Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 45552010-04-17
USA, California, Siskiyou, Cascades, toe slope, SW, ~5 deg. Along trail from Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area after several creek crossings., 41.99245 -122.465367, 999m

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455836Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 3068 part 2 of 31999-06-13
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, Coast Range - E of Lincoln City - Saddle Bag Mountain, 44.993333 -123.778333, 808m

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455837Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 46842010-09-10
USA, California, Trinity, Alps: East Weaver Canyon, lower slope, S, moderate. Just a little up trail to East Weaver Lake from departure from Weaver Basin Trail System, shortly after first creek crossing., 40.787056 -122.946472, 999m

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Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
498126B. Poulsen   2052002-11-11
United States, California, Lake Tahoe, East side of lake


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