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

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


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Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
1277Wetmore   337081978-06-18
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Voyageurs National Park; Sucker Creek in NW Kabetogama Lake

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
15201Follmann & Schulz   1994-08-01
Switzerland, Valis, Val d'Arolla, above La Gouille and Satarma, 2000m

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
10508McCune   23,2461996-12-15
USA, Oregon, Linn, Willamette National Forest; just SE of Tombstone Pass on US Route 20, 1250m

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
13695Harris   11,7251976-09-15
USA, Michigan, Delta, S of Portage Bay Campground

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
13694Fink   3821897-07-02
USA, Minnesota, Gunflint

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
13693Fink   31897-06-17
USA, Minnesota, Grand Portage Island

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
13803Wetmore   25,6131976-07-08
Canada, Ontario, Slate Islands, narrows in McGreevy Bay on Patterson Island

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
13802Wetmore   26,2091976-08-03
USA, Minnesota, Clearwater, Itasca State Park; near Allen Lake

OMA
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
13801Trana   11031976-07-10
USA, Minnesota, Clearwater, W side of Lake Itasca

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
4370Egan   75471972-08-23
USA, Michigan, Keweenaw, Clark Mine, SE of Copper Harbor

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
4371Wetmore   308951977-09-12
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, 6 mi S of Hoyt Lakes

OMA
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
4372Wetmore   389961979-07-01
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Voyageurs National Park; 2 mi E of Anderson Bay on Rainy Lake

OMA
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
4373Wetmore   328521978-06-11
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Voyageurs National Park; NE of Johnson Bay in NW Namakan Lake

OMA
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
4374Wetmore   224311974-06-30
USA, Minnesota, Cook, Lichen Lake, 14 mi N of Lutsen

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Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
4375Wetmore   20684B1972-08-09
USA, Minnesota, Clearwater, Itasca State Park; S end of Lake Itasca

OMA
Phaeocalicium compressulum (Nyl. ex Szat.) A.F.W. Schmidt
15476Egan   16,3012004-05-15
Canada, Nova Scotia, Cumberland, Cape Chignecto Provincial Park; trail from Red Rocks to McGahey Brook, W of the town of Avocate Harbour, 45.357778 -64.831389, 75m

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Phaeocalicium compressulum (Nyl. ex Szat.) A.F.W. Schmidt
13798Wetmore   25,5011976-07-07
Canada, Ontario, Slate Islands, SE tip of Mortimer Island

OMA
Phaeocalicium compressulum (Nyl. ex Szat.) A.F.W. Schmidt
5840Wetmore   221601974-06-28
USA, Minnesota, Cook, 23 mi N of Tofte

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Phaeocalicium compressulum (Nyl. ex Szat.) A.F.W. Schmidt
5841Wetmore   269131977-06-08
USA, Minnesota, Lake, W of Birch Lake, 8 mi S of Ely

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Phaeocalicium curtisii (Tuck.) Tibell
17698Thomson   1948-05-15
USA, Wisconsin, Washburn, 4 mi N of Spooner

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Phaeocalicium populneum (Brond. ex Duby) Alb. Schmidt
5842Wetmore   18744A1969-08-16
Canada, British Columbia, 1 mi SW of Fernie, 1005m

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Phaeocalicium populneum (Brond. ex Duby) Alb. Schmidt
5843Wetmore   232521974-08-04
USA, Minnesota, Hubbard, LaSalle Creek near Itasca State Park

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Stenocybe major (Nyl.) Körb.
14733Wetmore   25,3211976-07-06
Canada, Ontario, Slate Islands, Patterson Island, W side of William Point

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Stenocybe major (Nyl.) Körb.
7431Cain   1956-09-13
Canada, Ontario, Algoma District; Twp. 1A, Mount Lake

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Stenocybe pullatula (Ach.) Stein
7432Wetmore   274761977-06-12
USA, Minnesota, Lake, 16 mi SE of Ely

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Stenocybe pullatula (Ach.) Stein
7433Wetmore   232941974-08-04
USA, Minnesota, Hubbard, LaSalle Creek, NE of Itasca State Park

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Stenocybe pullatula (Ach.) Stein
7434Wetmore   314721978-05-28
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Voyageurs National Park; Round Bear Island inE Kabetogama Lake


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