Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Parmelia sulcata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Agnes Marion Ayre Herbarium


Memorial University of Newfoundland:NFLD
NFLD008209R.T. McMullin   159832015-07-20
Canada, Ontario, Kenora District, North-central Ontario, Kenora District, ca. 330 km south of Hudson Bay and ca. 280 km west of James Bay along the eastern shore of the Attawapiskat River., 52.6858 -85.9378

Chrysler Herbarium Specimen Observations


Rutgers University:CHRB:Observations
Howe, Natalie   842011-10-31
USA, NJ, Middlesex, Rutgers Cook Campus, New Brunswick: Fallen Tree limb by south entrance of Instute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Building, 40.4791 -74.4369, 40m

Rutgers University:CHRB:Observations
Howe, Natalie   742011-10-31
USA, NJ, Middlesex, Rutgers Cook Campus, New Brunswick: Fallen Tree limb by south entrance of Instute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Building, 40.478889 -74.436667, 40m

E. C. Smith Herbarium, Acadia University


Acadia University:ACAD
6099Erskine, JS   1077
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Duncanson Brook, 45.0741 -64.3343488

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036657Patch,M   
Canada, Nova Scotia, Pictou, West Branch, 45.6403 -63.0388598

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036658Shaw,W   18
Canada, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Fink Cove, 44.4667 -63.5658333404

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036660Teeves,JS   
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Wolfville, 45.0927 -64.36132

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036661Wallace,E   220E
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Kentville, 45.0766 -64.49592

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036662Garbary, D   29
Canada, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Portuguese Cove, 44.5263 -63.54109

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036663Erskine, JS   68C3974
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Gaspereau Lake, 44.9645 -64.558806

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036664Patch,M   
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Coldbrook, 45.0633 -64.58638

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036666Wallace,E   EW138E
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Black Hole, 45.235 -64.4956832

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036667Wallace,E   EW30
Canada, Ontario, Leeds, Mallorytown Landing Trail

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036668Wallace,E   EW51
Canada, Ontario, Leeds, Mallorytown Landing Trail

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036669Wallace,E   EW29
Canada, Ontario, Leeds, Mallorytown Landing, 44.4544 -75.858611078

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036670Wallace,E   84A
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Wolfville, 45.0927 -64.36132

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036671Wallace,E   EW39
Canada, Ontario, Leeds, Trcheys Fen

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036672Wallace,E   188E
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Wolfville, 45.0927 -64.36132

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036673Wallace,E   EW2
Canada, Ontario, Leeds, Old River Road

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS036674Wallace,E   70D
Canada, Nova Scotia, Kings, Cape Split, 45.3343 -64.4961197

Acadia University:ACAD
ECS031622Clapp, H   84
Canada, Nova Scotia, Digby, Rocky Daniels Lake, 44.4035 -65.506336

MBLWHOI Library Herbarium


Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:SPWH
6692Buckley, Ann M.   AMB 2231985-09-00
United States of America, Massachusetts, Barnstable, on Quercus, in woods bordering Terry Lou Avenue

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:SPWH
6711Buckley, Ann M.   1985-10-23
United States of America, Massachusetts, Barnstable, growing on headstone in the sun in Quaker Meeting House graveyard, West Falmouth

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:SPWH
5528Moul, E. T.   Moul 55871947-08-03
United States of America, Massachusetts, Dukes, Botanical Survey of Penikese Island 1947. On bare ground, grassland (tern nesting ground).

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:SPWH
3540Gannutz, Theodore P.   Brodo 100391965-08-25
United States of America, New York, Suffolk, Control Forest, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:SPWH
3578Brodo, Irwin M.   Brodo 31701961-08-16
United States of America, New York, Suffolk, On Quercus coccinea; Brookhaven National Laboratory, Gamma Forest (Pine-oak woods), Sector 09-240, Upton NY


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