Dataset: OSU-B
Search Criteria: Canada; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
V. J. Krajina   5721963-07-12
Canada, N.W. Territories, [needs research], N.W. Territories; Richardson Mts.: Buckhunter Mtn., 68.0666666666667 -135.416666666667, 495m

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Garry A. Shea   10061
Canada, Ontario, [needs research], along stretch of Missinaibi R, just upstream from Long Rapids, Scovil Twp, Cochrane Distr., 50.0833333333333 -83.2, 183m

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Garry A. Shea   9521
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], across from Grey Goose Island on E. side of Moose river, Canfield Tp, Cochrane District.

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[needs research]   s.n.
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Squamish.

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R. L. Halbert   4309-41969-09-15
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], rock outcrops along trail around Greater Garibaldi Lake; Greater Park, Greater Garibaldil & Black Tusk Meadows.

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Garry A. Shea   13555
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Bell's Bay, Burstall twp, Cochrane District., 50.1333333333333 -83.2333333333333, 107m

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Garry A. Shea   10013
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Logn Rapids, along Missinaibi River, Algoma Distr., 48.5 -83.3166666666667

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W. B. Schofield   818231984-05-29
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], ca. 9 km. n of Yale, bank of Fraser River., 49.5833333333333 -121.866666666667

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Richard R. Halse   55881999-07-16
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Vancouver Island; along Hwy. 18, 9.6 miles west of its junction with National hwy. 1, nw of Duncan.

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J. H. Lyford   2141976-02-09
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Lynn Canyon Park; North Vancouver; Lynn Creek cuts a canyon with streamside cliffs and granite diorite boulders.

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R. L. Halbert   36221969-07-17
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Van. Isl.; Mt. Douglas ca 15 mi SE of Port Alberni., 49.1333333333333 -124.633333333333, 914m

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J. Lambert   plot 59-11965-07-12
Canada, [needs research], NW Territories; Small lake S. of Trout Lake., 190m

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J. Lambert   plot 46-21965-07-04
Canada, [needs research], NW Territories; SW of Pingo, Canoe Lake., 343m

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W. B. Schofield   743321979-10-07
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], trail from Rubble Creek up to Taylor Campsite, Garibaldi Park., 49.9666666666667 -123.15

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Garry A. Shea   10420
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], about 8 mi. S. of Mattice, just downstream from Glassy Falls., 229m

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J. H. Lyford   4471976-03-07
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Pedder Bay Road Victoria.

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J. H. Lyford   3101976-02-17
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Capilano Canyon North Vancouver; a park; the Capilano River cuts a canyon through granite.

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F. A. MacFadden   s.n.1926-04-07
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Hunters Camp, near summit.

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J. Lambert   s.n.1965-07-12
Canada, N.W. Territories, [needs research], NW Territories; NE side of fault; small lake S. of Trout Lake., 68.8333333333333 -138.75, 190m

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J. H. Lyford   2851976-02-15
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], East of Vancouver at Pitt Meadows; Chatham Reach is a freshwater tidal area of the Pitt River.

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Bruce P. McCune   41401977-07-19
Canada, Alberta, [needs research], Parker Ridge, Banff National Park., 2377m

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A. H. Brinkman   3221910-09-15
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Niskonlith Lake, near Ducks., 503m

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T. C. Frye   31911943-08-08
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Prince George; about 3 miles east from town., 53.9333333333333 -122.683333333333, 518m

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Kathy Merrifield   2561991-07-24
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Vancouver Island; abandoned quarry (now a dump) along road between Port Hardy and Coal Harbor.

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J. Lambert   55-K1965-07-06
Canada, [needs research], sw of Cabin, Canoe Lake., 381m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.