Dataset: OSU-L
Taxa: Cladoniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Lichens, OSC

Cladina arbuscala
31237Steve Carpenter   s.n.
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Near Clear Lake, 1 mi. E. of Heceta Jctn, 3 mi. N of Florence., 44.167 -124.0833, 9 - 9m

Cladina stellaris (Opiz)
51713Ronald M. Taylor   18411967-07-26
Nothern peninsula section: River of Ponds Provincial Park, south of River of Ponds, west side of Northern Peninsula.

Cladina alpestria (L.) Harm
54798L. H. Pike   1968
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Coast, Cleawox Lake Area

Cladina mits
54850L. H. Pike   39051973-08-04
U.S.A., Maine, Franklin, near top of Tory Hill, Strong

Cladina pycnoclada (Pers.) Leight
86748H. A. Imshaug & R. C. Harris   398921968-01-06
United Kingdom, The Falkland Islands. UTM Grid 21F UC 7171 Mt. Usborne: Cortaderia-heath at the Gap.

Cladina stellaris (Opiz) Brodo
86779W. Faltynowicz   1991-07-20
Poland, Northern Poland, Slupsk district, 20 km to SE from Miastko, near small village Krasne.

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