Dataset: OMA
Taxa: Lopadiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


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Lopadium disciforme (Flotow) Kullhem
10504Nash   40,9721994-08-09
USA, Washington, Skamania, Gifford Pinchot National Forest; edge of Big Lava Bed, 10 miles NE of Willard, 700m

OMA
Lopadium disciforme (Flotow) Kullhem
15496Egan   16,4052004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness Area; N end of Simpson Lake, N of Economy, 45.522222 -63.94, 280m

OMA
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
13713Harris   12,0091976-09-19
USA, Michigan, Delta, along road to Charboneau Point

OMA
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
13712Egan   10,0841977-08-20
USA, Michigan, Mackinac, Big Knob Campground on Lake Michigan, 46.033333 -85.583333

OMA
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
4210Egan   100841977-08-20
USA, Michigan, Mackinac, Big Knob Campground

OMA
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
4211Tucker   8023A1969-08-13
USA, Washington, Pierce, Snoqualmie National Forest; 7 mi S of Greenwater


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