Dataset: UWEC
Taxa: Candelariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire


UWEC
Candelaria concolor (Dickson) Stein
UWEC-L-0000371Jerry Foote   s.n.1958-07-20
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Burt Lake, Olds' Manor, Douglas Lake region, 45.47 -84.67

UWEC
Candelaria concolor (Dickson) Stein
UWEC-L-0000372K.G. Foote   64441964-06-26
United States, Wisconsin, Bayfield, Along nature trail

UWEC
Candelaria concolor (Dickson) Stein
UWEC-L-0000373K. Foote   601c1960-04-15
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, TRS: T7N R4E sec 1

UWEC
Candelaria fibrosa (Fr.) Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000374Jerry Foote   s.n.1958-07-20
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Burt Lake, Olds' Manor, Douglas Lake region, 45.47 -84.67

UWEC
Candelaria fibrosa (Fr.) Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000375K.G. Foote   641101964-06-26
United States, Wisconsin, Bayfield, Near Lake Owen

UWEC
Candelariella dispersa (Räsänen) Hakul.
UWEC-L-0000376K. G. Foote   s.n.1960-08-28
United States, Oklahoma, near Stillwater

UWEC
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000377K.G. Foote   643681964-08-22
United States, Colorado, Devil's Campground

UWEC
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000378K.G. Foote   6215621962-07-21
United States, Wisconsin, Jackson

UWEC
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000379K. G. Foote   622571962-07-04
United States, Wisconsin, Portage, TRS: T21N R8E sec 32

UWEC
Candelariella vitellina (Hoffm.) Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000380K.G. Foote   62789a1962-07-12
United States, Wisconsin, Dane

UWEC
Candelariella Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000381K.G. Foote   6047c1960-04-19
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa

UWEC
Candelariella Müll.Arg.
UWEC-L-0000382K.G. Foote   6079e1960-05-26
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa


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