Dataset: CHSC-V
Taxa: Ceratiomyxaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Chico State Herbarium


CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (M┬čll.) Macbr.
CHSC014659D. T. Kowalski   68621967-07-07
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Cleetwood, Crater Lake National Park., 2134m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa Macbr.
CHSC103373D. H. Curtis   10251967-07-09
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Sleepy Hollow area-W., 2012m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa Macbr.
CHSC103384D. H. Curtis   10101967-07-08
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP 2 mi. s. of Park Hdqtrs., 1951m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa Macbr.
CHSC103379D. H. Curtis   8561967-06-29
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP N Rim rd. (Steele Bay)., 2134m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (Mull.) Macbr.
CHSC103391D. H. Curtis   371966-07-10
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Rim Drive-Sun Notch., 2004m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (Mull.) Macbr.
CHSC103390D. H. Curtis   431966-07-16
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Lower Castle Crest., 1981m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (Mull.) Macbr.
CHSC103389D. H. Curtis   14491968-08-27
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP NW Goodbye Bridge area., 1890m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (Mull.) Macbr.
CHSC103388D. H. Curtis   531966-07-28
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Above Vidae Fs.-Sp., 2076m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (Mull.) Macbr.
CHSC103387D. H. Curtis   481966-07-28
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Kerr Notch E. Va. Fl., 1974m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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