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

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


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Phlyctis (Wallr.) Flotow
15507Lendemer & Macklin   20072004-03-27
USA, Pennsylvania, Luzerne, Nescopeck State Park; SE of Lake Frances, S of Lake Frances Day Use Area, 41.089444 -75.874444, 370m

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Phlyctis agelaea (Ach.) Flotow
5997Vezda   1974-07-01
Romania, Dobrogea, Distr. Tulcea, between Babadag and Cordu, 100m

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
5998Pisut   1969-04-24
Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Vihorlat, Sninsky Kamen, 970m

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
14406Havaas   
Norway, Hordaland, Havaas Farm near town of Granvin

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
14405Egan   10,1281977-08-21
USA, Michigan, Cheboygan, just N of Cheboygan near Levering Road and I75, 45.633333 -84.65

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
5999Liska & Pisut   1977-08-13
Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Slanske vrchy, Herlany

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
6002Diederich   1984-10-26
Luxembourg, W Hunsdorf (Lorentzweiler)

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
6000Matmstrom   1933-01-05
USA, Finland, Nylandia, Helsinki, Kulosaari (Brando) manor

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Phlyctis argena (Sprengel) Flotow
6001Wetmore   386131979-06-28
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Voyageurs National Park; behind Smith Island in Rainy Lake

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Phlyctis ludoviciensis (Müll. Arg.) Lendemer
5996Tucker   184721979-03-16
USA, Louisiana, East Feliciana, 3 mi SE of Clinton

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Phlyctis ludoviciensis (Müll. Arg.) Lendemer
9749Tucker   18,4721979-03-16
USA, Louisiana, East Feliciana, Idewild Experimental Farm; 3 miles SE of Clinton


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