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

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Oregon State University Algae


OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Hyella
3040Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   29151949-08-06
U.S.A., Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, Fossil Point, 43.352799 -124.314785

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Hyella caespitosa Bornet & Flahault
3043Harry K. Phinney   27011949-07-26
U.S.A., Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, Institute Beach, 43.345979 -124.32883

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Hyella caespitosa Bornet & Flahault
3055Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   27721949-07-29
U.S.A., Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, Institute Beach, 43.345979 -124.32883

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Hyella caespitosa Bornet & Flahault
3056Harry K. Phinney   27881949-08-01
U.S.A., Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, Institute Beach, 43.345979 -124.32883

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Pleurocapsa fuliginosa Hauck
3173Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   27861949-07-29
U.S.A., Oregon, Coos, Coos Bay, Institute Beach, 43.345979 -124.32883

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Radaisia laminariae Setchell & N.L.Gardner
3143Nathaniel L. Gardner   31591915-12-00
U.S.A., California, San Francisco, San Francisco, Fort Point, 37.808992 -122.476573

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Pleurocapsa varia (A.Braun) F.E.Drouet & W.A.Daily
OSC-A-013423Harry K. Phinney   s.n.1942-08-11
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Black River, old boat house below Black Lake, 45.52519 -84.367694

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Pleurocapsa varia (A.Braun) F.E.Drouet & W.A.Daily
OSC-A-013424Harry K. Phinney, R.C. Hedrix, J.C. Hendrix   1011942-07-25
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Douglas Lake, Ingleside, Bessey Creek near [illegible], 45.604192 -84.713513

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Pleurocapsa varia (A.Braun) F.E.Drouet & W.A.Daily
OSC-A-013425Harry K. Phinney   2081942-08-11
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Black River, old boat house below Black Lake, 45.52519 -84.367694


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