Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Alectoria vancouverensis
Search Criteria: British Columbia; Gulf Islands; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
Alectoria vancouverensis (Gyelnik) Gyelnik ex Brodo & D. Hawksw.
SRP-L-0000048Roger Rosentreter   19541980-07-16
Canada, British Columbia, Hill above Conconi Reef, Mayne Is, Gulf Islands W Vancouver, BC, Canada., 48.825001 -123.281502, 15m

Brigham Young University


BRY
ALECTORIA VANCOUVERENSIS (Gyelnik) Gyelnik ex Brodo & D. Hawksw.
BRY-L-0000338Roger Rosentreter   19541980-07-16
Canada, British Columbia, Gulf Islands, West Vancover, hill above Conconi Reef, Mayne I, Gulf Islands., 10m

Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANL
Alectoria vancouverensis (Gyeln.) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
CANL 16554Macoun, John   3181914-05-27
Canada, British Columbia, Cowichan Land Distr., Mayne Island. Gulf Islands National Park Reserve., 48.85 -123.283333

CMN:CANL
Alectoria vancouverensis (Gyeln.) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
CANL 45542Brodo, Irwin M.; Schofield, Wilfred B.   138741968-07-25
Canada, British Columbia, Saltspring Island Land Distr., Gulf Islands: north of Saanich Peninsula. Mount Maxwell Provincial Park, Baynes Peak. Near Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, 48.783333 -123.516667, 589m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Alectoria vancouverensis (Gyelnik) Gyelnik ex Brodo & D. Hawksw.
COLO-L-0001623Roger Rosentreter   19541980-07-16
Canada, British Columbia, none, Hill above Conmconi Reef, Mayne I, Gulf Islands, W of Vancouver, 48.82 -123.28, 15m


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