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

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


OMA
6400Anderson   68561968-08-18
USA, Colorado, Clear Creek, Mt Warren near Mt. Evans, 3800m

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Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
15727Follmann & Werner   1994-03-01
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Cordillera Llaganates, between Banos and Mera, 1700m

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6395Tucker   163861976-06-30
French Guyana, Mount Mahury, 10 km W of Cayenne, 700m

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Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
17282Morse & Logan   18,2122009-01-31
USA, Kansas, Linn, Dingus Natural Area; 2.75 mi W of jct of KS Hwys 7 and 52 in Mound City, 38.133333 -94.875278, 275m

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14751Smith   31221977-01-11
USA, Hawaii, Oahu, Koolau Mountains, Monoa Valley, Manoa Falls Trail, 183m

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Porina hoehneliana (Jaap) R. Sant.
6399Vezda   1979-06-24
Republic of Georgia, Colchis, Distr. Lazarevskoje, Dagomys, 125m

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Porina hoehneliana (Jaap) R. Sant.
6401Vezda   1982-03-27
Republic of Georgia, Colchis, Distr. Chosta, Voroncovka, 100m

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Porina imitatrix Müll.Arg.
14486Assi   1974-08-07
Ivory Coast, Abidjan, Foret du Banco

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Porina heterospora (Fink ex J. Hedrick) R.C. Harris
14488Egan   84871976-04-23
USA, Texas, Hardin, Big Thicket National Preserve, Lance Rosier Unit; 4 miles SE of Saratoga

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Porina heterospora (Fink ex J. Hedrick) R.C. Harris
14489Egan   85301976-04-24
USA, Texas, Orange, Big Thicket National Preserve, Beaumont Unit; 8 miles N of Beaumont

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14485Lisowski   42,5901976-04-13
Zaire, Haut-Zaire, Ituri, near Nduye, Mt. Tatotudu

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Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
14487Egan   80431976-01-24
USA, Texas, Tyler, Big Thicket National Preserve, Turkey Creek Unit; 5 miles SE of Warren

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6394Mahunka   1966-11-29
Bolivia, Beni, Guayarmerin

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6393Ake Assi   1975-05-01
Ivory Coast, Abidjan, Foret d'Abongoua

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Porina heterospora (Fink ex J. Hedrick) R.C. Harris
6396Tucker   184811969-03-16
USA, Louisiana, East Feliciana, 3 mi SE of Clinton

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Porina heterospora (Fink ex J. Hedrick) R.C. Harris
6397Egan   113281978-04-01
USA, Texas, Tyler, Big Thicket National Preserve, Upper Neches River Corridor Unit; W bank of Neches River on FM 1013

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Porina heterospora (Fink ex J. Hedrick) R.C. Harris
6398Egan   118841979-12-08
USA, Texas, Hardin, Big Thicket National Preserve, Turkey Creek Unit; 10 mi N of Kountze

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6403Tucker   99481971-10-16
USA, Louisiana, St. Helena, 4.7 mi NNE of Chipola

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6405Tucker   142441975-05-31
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

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6404Fink   20781916-01-13
USA, Puerto Rico, Manati

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Porina rufula (Kremp.) Vain.
6412Fink   4841915-01-12
USA, Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras

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6413Bastow   1900-03-03
Australia, Victoria, Frankstone

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Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
7767Culberson & Culberson   110001962-12-01
USA, Florida, Monroe, Big Pine Key

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Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
6406Tucker   259011984-02-19
USA, Louisiana, Tangipahoa, along mouth of Tangipahoa River

OMA
Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
6407Tucker   142951975-05-31
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

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Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
6408Tucker   119221974-02-17
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, SE Baton Rouge

OMA
Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
6409Tucker   73041968-02-24
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, S of Baton Rouge

OMA
Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
6410Tucker   84111970-01-18
USA, Louisiana, Iberville, 2 mi SW of Maringouin

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Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
6411Tucker   118721974-01-13
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

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7766Tucker   25157A1982-11-06
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

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9762Tucker   25,1571982-11-06
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Burden Research Plantation; Essen Lane, Baton Rouge


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