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

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Oregon State University Lichens, OSC

Cetraria collata (Nyl.) Mx9All. Arg.
33018R.W. Becking   59091313
U.S.A., Tennessee, Sevier, Newfoundland Gap in the Great Smoky Mts. National Park., 1372 - 1372m

Cetraria cucculata
33574Tony & D. Maedeaf   s.n.
U.S.A., Alaska, None given, Hope, Alaska

Cetraria merrilli
33667L.H. Pike   3320
U.S.A., Washington, Klickitat, 0.6 mi. N of Satus Pass on the old highway. 15 mi. N of Goldendale., 945 - 945m

Cetraria plathenei
40900Shirley Leuthner   130
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Lily Lake

Erioderma sorediata
48973W.C. Denison   s.n.
Not given, None given, Sutton Lake

Cetraria juniperina (L.) Ach.
53335Jim Hickman   L-1111967-01-20
U.S.A., Oregon, Jefferson, Camp Sherman on the Metolius River north of Black Butte., 915 - 915m

Cetraria merrellii
86469J. Hutchinson with Erin Martin   ID-633-031999-07-12
U.S.A., Idaho, Clearwater, Independence Creek, north of the confluence of Moose Creek and Kelly Creek, 46.7671 -115.09519, 1134 - 1134m

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