Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cladonia cylindrica, Cladonia cylindrica f. cylindrica, Cladonia cylindrica f. ramosa, Cladonia cylindrica f. scyphifera, Cladonia cylindrica f. squamulosa, Cladonia cylindrica f. symphycarpea, Cladonia cylindrica var. brebissonii, Cladonia cylindrica var. cylindrica, Cladonia cylindrica var. tenella
Search Criteria: United States; Wisconsin; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Cladonia cylindrica (Schaer.) M. Choisy
808040Wetmore, C.   675741990-09-03
United States, Wisconsin, Burnett, Nelson Landing; Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 45.90111111 -92.68166667

MIN
Cladonia cylindrica (Schaer.) M. Choisy
815034Schuster, J.   22531985-08-03
United States, Wisconsin, Burnett, Grantsburg, 4 Mi Ne; Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

Duke University Herbarium


DUKE
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
1563Yahr, Rebecca   42422002-04-27
United States, Wisconsin, Lincoln Co., Town of Rock Falls, E shore of Wisconsin River at Grandfather Dam on WI 107, 0.7 mi S of County Road E, 45.3138889 -89.7838889, 420m

Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium at Louisiana State University


LSU:Lichens
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
LSU00128386Shirley C. Tucker   169741977-08-12
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, About 1 mile north of U.S. route 151 at Ridgeway., 43.009706 -89.993751

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
COLO-L-0021121John W. Thomson   46991957-06-07
United States, Wisconsin, Waukesha, west of North Prairie, 42.937505 -88.454031

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
84213J. W. Thomson   46991957-06-17
United States, Wisconsin, Waukesha, west of North Prairie

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0006666L. S. Cheney   35041894-07-04
United States, Wisconsin, Portage, Stevens Point, 44.52 -89.57

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0006667John W. Thomson   6031938-05-01
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, On County KP S of intersection with US 12. [KP hit Hwy 14 between Cross Plains, Black Earth and Mazomanie], 43.13 -89.74

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0006668John W. Thomson   14751942-04-19
United States, Wisconsin, Douglas, Along road to Wisconsin Point., 46.69 -92

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0006669John W. Thomson   52151959-06-02
United States, Wisconsin, Lafayette, 5 mi N of Belmont, 42.8 -90.31

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0006670John W. Thomson   44791953-09-10
United States, Wisconsin, Sauk, Baxter's Hollow, 43.38 -89.8

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0006671John W. Thomson   139921967-10-07
United States, Wisconsin, Door, Rock Island, 45.41 -86.81

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0105778Karl Kachigan   111946-00-00
United States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Carrollville, 42.880017 -87.854802

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0105779John W. Thomson   6571938-08-31
United States, Wisconsin, Vilas, Allequash Lake, near Trout Lake, 46.03694 -89.628842

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0105780John W. Thomson   4771937-04-04
United States, Wisconsin, Columbia, Gibraltar Rock, near Lodi, 43.343043 -89.600399

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0113483F. Freese   1970-11-00
United States, Wisconsin, Columbia, near Rio, 43.405749 -89.215209

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0008756J. P. Bennett   10132008-05-17
United States, Wisconsin, Brown, Red Banks Alvar SNA - Unit East of Route 57, 44.60417 -87.85398, 220m

WIS
Cladonia cylindrica (A. Evans) A. Evans
WIS-L-0008776J. P. Bennett   9352007-06-09
United States, Wisconsin, Brown, Red Banks Alvar SNA - Unit East of Route 57, 44.60417 -87.85398, 220m


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