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

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


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16520Nash   33,1551993-03-16
Spain, Andalucia, Almeria, El Ejido, Campo de Dalias Punta El Subinal, 5m

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7685Vezda   1977-07-20
Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Tatra Magna, Belanske Tatry, Zdiarska Vilda, 2100m

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7684Pisut   1966-09-14
Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Liptovske Tatry, Mt. Placlivo, 1850m

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14766Vasak & Vezda   1977-06-16
Georgia, Colchis, Sukhumi District, Novyi Afon, 150m

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Robergea pupula (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
7278Tucker   79091969-06-01
USA, Louisiana, Natchitoches, Kisatchie National Forest; 5 mi SW of Montrose

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Robergea pupula (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
7279Tucker   18490A1979-03-16
USA, Louisiana, East Feliciana, 3 mi SE of Clinton

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Robergea pupula (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
19472Gustafson   1372012-12-20
USA, Texas, Hays, Ranch-to-Market Road 12 in San Marcos, 29.884417 -97.978389

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2252Egan   126131981-06-10
USA, North Carolina, Jackson, Whiteside Mountain, 5.5. mi E of Highlands, 1400m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2251Vezda   1978-06-08
Republic of Georgia, Colchis, Sochi Distr, Mt. Achun, 625m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2247Egan   57141974-07-16
USA, Vermont, Rutland, Chittenden, 520m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2250Egan   32191971-09-04
USA, Vermont, Washington, Moretown Gap, 6.5 mi NW of Northfield, 490m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2249Egan   31891971-08-14
USA, Vermont, Addison, Green Mountain National Forest; Texas Falls Recreation Area, 370m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
15321Egan   16,3932004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness Area; N end of Simpson Lake, N of Economy, 45.522222 -63.94, 280m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2246Egan   61201974-10-13
USA, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park; Jordan Pond, 91m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2244Egan   61741974-10-14
USA, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park; Black Woods Campground, 30m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2245Egan   61731974-10-14
USA, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park; Black Woods Campground, 30m

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2248Fink   1995-05-01
USA, Massachusetts, nea Concord

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2242Egan   74371972-08-23
USA, Michigan, Keweenaw, near Cliff Mine, WSW of Copper Harbor

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2243Egan   74001972-08-23
USA, Michigan, Keweenaw, Cliff Mine, WSW of Copper Harbor

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Stictis urceolatum (Ach.) Gilenstam
2253Egan   75621972-08-23
USA, Michigan, Keweenaw, near Clark Mine


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