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

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California Academy of Sciences


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455838Dennis E. Breedlove   575191982-01-19
Mexico, Chiapas, 10 km east northeast of Dos Lagos above Santa Elena. Municipio of La Trinitaria, 1170m

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455839Dennis E. Breedlove   674561988-05-09
Mexico, Chiapas, between Finca Cuxtepeque and Finca Cabanas. Municipio of Angel Ablino Corzo, 15.871976 -92.723793, 1100m

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Dendrographa Darbish.
498550B. Poulsen   1812002-08-07
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz island

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Dendrographa Darbish.
498551Templeton Crocker   s.n.1932-08-17
United States, California, South Bay, Cedros Island

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Dendrographa Darbish.
498552Minnie Reed   s.n.1897-09-17
Mexico, Baja California, Los Coronados Islands, off shore just south of the International Boundary

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Dendrographa Darbish.
498553M. Bourell   32521987-01-07
Mexico, Baja California, El Tomatal, N of Millers Landing in Bahia de Sebastian Viscaino.

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498554R. Halling   4341975-05-17
United States, California, Marin, Pt. Reyes National Seashore

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498555Albert W. C. T. Herre   1311909-08-08
United States, California, Monterey, 9 miles south of Monterey, Point Lobos, 8 - 46m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498556Hermann Edward Hasse   s.n.1911-06-00
United States, California, Newport

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498557Dr. E. Palmer   s.n.1888-00-00
United States, California, San Diego, San Diego, 32.715329 -117.157255

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498558Hermann Edward Hasse   s.n.1900-04-00
United States, California, San Diego, Del Mar, 32.959489 -117.265315

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498559Clara E. Cummings   s.n.1896-03-02
USA, California, La Jolla

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498560Hermann Edward Hasse   s.n.1900-04-00
United States, California, San Diego, Del Mar, 32.959489 -117.265315

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498561Dr. E. Palmer   s.n.1888-00-00
United States, California, San Diego, San Diego

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498562F. B. Summer   s.n.1921-05-04
United States, North Island, [Coranado] Island

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498563R. D. Alderson   9381895-01-01
USA, California, San Diego, San Diego, 32.7166667 -117.15

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498564B. Shervanick   781970-12-11
United States, California, San Francisco, Land's End

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498565Albert W. C. T. Herre   8771906-07-19
United States, California, San Francisco, Point Lobos, San Francisco, 15 - 30m

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498566Albert W. C. T. Herre   8771906-07-19
United States, California, San Francisco, Point Lobos, San Francisco, 15 - 30m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498567Charis C. Bratt   40941984-01-08
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Along ocean beach N of Museaum, Morro Bay

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498568LeRoy Abrams   s.n.1931-07-03
United States, California, Santa Barbara Island

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498569Herman Knoche   s.n.1919-07-29
United States, California, Santa Barbara, N.E. Cliffs, San Miguel Island

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498570John Thomas Howell   s.n.1932-03-13
United States, California, San Nicolas Island

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498571Shirley Tucker   336791995-01-05
United States, California, Ventura, San Nicolas Island, Channel island, between NAFVAC Rd. north of Conservation Center, and beach

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498572W. G. Farlow   s.n.1885-02-00
United States, California, San Diego, Point Loma, 32.665375 -117.24945

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498573Anonymous   s.n.
United States, California, no additional information given

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498574Charis C. Bratt   71111989-01-06
Mexico, Baja California, Border of Lower Colorado Valley-Viscanio 3 km WNW of Laguna Chapala, 780m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498575Thomas H. Nash III   306271992-03-21
Mexico, Baja California, Del Norte, Punta Santa Rosalilita, ca. 15 km west of route 1, Vizcaino region of the Sonoran Desert, 28.666667 -114.216667, 20m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498576R. Moran   99051962-10-14
Mexico, Baja California, At Guerrero Negro, 27.966667 -114.1

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498577Charis C. Bratt   71111989-01-06
Mexico, Baja California, Border of Lower Colorado Valley-Viscaino 3km WNW of Laguna Chapala, 780m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498578R. Moran   99051962-10-14
Mexico, Baja California, At Guerrero Negro, 27.966667 -114.1, 5m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498579Ira L. WIggins   162011961-03-31
Mexico, Baja California, On Viscaino Desert 7 miles SE of Guerrero Negro

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498580Anonymous   s.n.1929-02-04
Mexico, Baja California, Socorro, on Pacific shore, south of Sasn Quintin

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498581William Alfred Weber   s.n.1963-04-21
Mexico, Baja California, Isla Guadalupe: just above Melpomene Cove weather station, extreme southern tip of the island, 91m

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498582Ira L. WIggins   162011961-03-31
Mexico, Baja California, On Viscaino Desert 7 miles SE of Guerrero Negro

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498583Edward Palmer   905c1889-00-00
United States, California, Guadalupe Island

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498584H. L. Mason   s.n.1925-04-00
United States, California, South end of Guadalupe Island, Lower California

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Dendrographa leucophaea (Tuck.) Darbish.
498585Charles Russell Orcutt   s.n.1899-02-02
Mexico, Baja California, Santo Domingo


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