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

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Oregon State University Lichens, OSC


OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Icmadophila ericetorium
29232Nielson & Tracy   s.n.
U.S.A., Oregon, None given, Andrews Exp. Forest, Willamette Nat'l Forest.

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Icmadophila ericatorum
30757F. Rhoades   s.n.
U.S.A., Oregon, None given, H.J. Andrews Experiment Forest, Watershed 10.

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Baeomyces weberi J.W. Thomson f.
32828W.A. Weber & D. McVean   s.n.
New Guinea, Morobe, None given, Mount Kaindi near Wau; Northeast New Guinea, Morobe District. On clay banks of road cuts not far below the summit, 2134 - 2134m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Baeomyces trachypus
32830W.A. Weber & D. McVean   s.n.
New Guinea, Morobe, Mount Kaindi near Wau, not far below the summit., 2134 - 2134m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Icmadophila erichetorum
46612Sharon Harris   s.n.
U.S.A., Washington, None given, Quartz Creek Big Trees, near Randall.


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