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

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Oregon State University Algae


OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglenopsis subsalsa B.Davis
9900B.M. Davis   s.n.1893-11-26
U.S.A., Massachusetts, Middlesex, Salt Marshes of Charles River, Cambridge, 42.371504 -71.125698

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014719Frank Alverson   33701950-08-01
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, At mouth of Elma Creek, tributary of north fork of Siuslaw River, 44.143607 -123.918662

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014720Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   35781951-04-14
U.S.A., Oregon, Linn, Between Corvallis and Shedd, 44.518185 -123.184566

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014721Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   34321950-11-05
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, Near Corvallis Airport, 44.503414 -123.284789

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014722Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   35841951-04-14
U.S.A., Oregon, Linn, Between Corvallis and Shedd, 44.518185 -123.184566

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014723Wesley H. Hansen   1601949-04-02
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, Annie Wiese farm north of Oregon State College, 44.59282 -123.285828

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014724Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   30791949-10-09
U.S.A., Oregon, Linn, Colorado Lake, 44.578904 -123.217002

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014725Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   30731949-10-09
U.S.A., Oregon, Linn, Colorado Lake, 44.578904 -123.217002

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Euglena
OSC-A-014726Harry K. Phinney   11051946-08-14
U.S.A., Connecticut, New Haven, In Edgewood Park north of Edgewood Ave, New Haven., 41.32128 -72.957002

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Trachelomonas
OSC-A-014728Harry K. Phinney, W. Hansen   14111948-05-05
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, Camp Adair, 44.695749 -123.221798

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Trachelomonas
OSC-A-014729Harry K. Phinney   13551948-02-02
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, Corvallis, north of, 44.62153 -123.26273


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