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

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Oregon State University Algae


OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Holopedium
OSC-A-013288Charles E. Cutress   301949-08-30
U.S.A., Oregon, Lincoln, Cougar Mountain Road, 5 miles south of Rose Lodge, 44.946972 -123.884168

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Aphanocapsa grevillei (Berkeley) Rabenh.
OSC-A-013351Harry K. Phinney   5011943-06-29
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Burt Lake, east shore, 45.469762 -84.629059

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Aphanocapsa
OSC-A-013360Harry K. Phinney, G.S. Phinney   23661948-08-11
U.S.A., Oregon, Douglas, Tahkenitch River at U.S. 101 bridge, 43.806969 -124.152546

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Aphanocapsa firma
OSC-A-013361Harry K. Phinney   10671944-09-01
U.S.A., Illinois, Pope, Shawnee National Forest, Robbsville Recreational Area, Lake Glendale, north side, 37.413574 -88.658011

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Aphanocapsa grevillei (Berkeley) Rabenh.
OSC-A-013362Harry K. Phinney   5181943-08-11
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Pigeon River, near town of Indian River, 45.425585 -84.548249

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Aphanocapsa grevillei (Berkeley) Rabenh.
OSC-A-013363Harry K. Phinney   10621944-09-01
U.S.A., Illinois, Pope, Shawnee National Forest, Robbsville Recreational Area, Lake Glendale, 37.412756 -88.658698

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Aphanocapsa grevillei (Berkeley) Rabenh.
OSC-A-013364Harry K. Phinney   12M41/71941-07-24
U.S.A., Michigan, Cheboygan, Black Lake, 45.468396 -84.27328

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Merismopedia convoluta Brébisson ex Kützing
OSC-A-013419Harry K. Phinney   2T41/2-4251941-08-30
U.S.A., Texas, Galveston, Galveston Island, Blind Bayou, 29.185756 -94.988665

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Merismopedia
OSC-A-013420Harry K. Phinney   s.n.1950-09-00
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, Dixon Creek, back of Corvallis High School., 44.576605 -123.268339


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