Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Stereocaulon rivulorum, Stereocaulon rivulorum f. nana, Stereocaulon rivulorum f. pulvinarium, Stereocaulon rivulorum f. rivulorum, Stereocaulon rivulorum var. groeniandicurn, Stereocaulon rivulorum var. rivulorum
Search Criteria: Canada; Yukon; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
COLO-L-0042854David F. Murray   s.n.1965-07-15
Canada, Yukon, Kaskawulsh nunatak, jct. N and central arms Kaskawulsh Glacier, W of Kluane Lake, 1829m

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH
126310J. A. Calder   35311949-07-05
Canada, Yukon, Bear Creek about 8 miles E of Dawson

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0073052Dorothy E. Swales   34071969-07-02
Canada, Yukon, Yukon, Keno Hill, 63.916667 -135.283333, 914m

WIS
WIS-L-0073053M. Hoefs   L6/691969-07-25
Canada, Yukon, Collected from headwaters of Mine creek It drains into Kluane Lake., 1219m

WIS
WIS-L-0073054D.F. Murray   23481967-07-19
Canada, Yukon, white spruce forest, Mile 1059, Alaska Highway.


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