Dataset: ASU
Taxa: Eopyrenula
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
525153B. McCune   233911996-10-01
USA, Minnesota, Itasca, Muir's Point on Highland Lake, 13 km E of Marcell, 47.5694444 -93.5166667, 418m

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525182R.C. Harris   7351965-09-12
USA, Michigan, Menominee, just E of Big Cedar River State Forest Campground, T 36N, R 25W, sect. 28

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525156C.M. Wetmore   259431976-07-24
USA, Minnesota, Cass, Ottertail Point on north side of Leech Lake (18 km NE of Walker), 47.18929 -94.442849

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525185C.M. Wetmore   228381974-07-23
USA, Minnesota, Clearwater, Itasca State Park, at biology station, Sec. 12, T 143N, R 36W, 47.217012 -95.186002

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525305C.M. Wetmore   342401978-06-24
USA, Minnesota, Saint Louis, Voyageurs National Park, Sugarbush Island in Kabetogama Lake, Sec. 14, T69N, R12W

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525147C.M. Wetmore   77391960-07-19
USA, South Dakota, Pennington, Medicine Mt. Road. 3.5 km km E of Ditch Creek Road (24.1 km NW of Custer), Sec. 33, T1S, R3E, 2134m

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525203C.M. Wetmore   714671992-08-13
USA, Wisconsin, Bayfield, Chequamegon National Forest; Rainbow Lake Wilderness, NE of Anderson Lake, Sec. 1, T45N, R8W

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525931R.C. Harris   8271965-09-19
USA, Michigan, Iosco, along Au Sable River, Iargo Springs, T. 24 N, R. 6 E, sect. 26

ASU
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
525174T. Hedlund   1887-01-01
Sweden, Sigtuna, 59.55 17.7166667


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