Dataset: OSU-A
Taxa: Dictyosphaeriaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Algae


OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dimorphococcus cordatus Wolle
OSC-A-015100L.N. Johnson   s.n.1945-08-08
U.S.A., New York, Suffolk, Cold Spring Harbor, Second Pond, 40.866294 -73.467431

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dimorphococcus lunatus A.Braun
OSC-A-015111Harry K. Phinney   22M40-61940-07-29
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Douglas Lake Region, Nichol's Bog, 45.541572 -84.63996

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Ineffigiata neglecta West & G.S.West
OSC-A-015775F.S. Collins   P.B.-A. 16211907-06-17
U.S.A., Massachusetts, Barnstable, Herring Pond, Eastham., 41.825229 -69.985978

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Botryococcus
OSC-A-013095Harry K. Phinney, W. Hansen   13891948-04-18
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, Coffin Butte, south side, 44.701476 -123.231353

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Botryococcus braunii K├╝tzing
OSC-A-013097J. A. Whitford   s.n.1943-10-00
U.S.A., North Carolina, Wayne, Near Goldsboro., 35.384884 -77.992765

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dictyosphaerium pulchellum H.C.Wood
OSC-A-013100L. P. Woods, L. L. Pray, F. H. Letl   s.n.1942-08-19
U.S.A., Michigan, Cass, Lake LaGrange, 2.5 miles northeast of Dowagiac, 42.00982 -86.074166

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dimorphococcus lunatus A.Braun
OSC-A-013692A. H. Gustafson   s.n.1937-00-00
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Livingston's Bog, 45.541585 -84.645882

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dimorphococcus lunatus A.Braun
OSC-A-013693Harry K. Phinney   25M40/351940-08-06
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Livingston's Bog, 45.541585 -84.645882

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dimorphococcus lunatus A.Braun
OSC-A-013694Harry K. Phinney   1M39/11939-07-28
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Livingston's Bog, 45.541585 -84.645882

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dimorphococcus lunatus A.Braun
OSC-A-013695Harry K. Phinney   2M40/11940-06-25
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Livingston's Bog, 45.541585 -84.645882


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