Dataset: OSU-B
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Maine; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
A. B. Seymour   s.n.1900-09-29
United States, Maine, [needs research], Gilead

OSU:B
Amy M. Pier   s.n.1915-06-26
United States, Maine, [York], Kennebunkport.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39321973-09-08
United States, Maine, Franklin, State Park at Small's Falls, near Rangeley.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39141973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Colby-marston Preserve.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39141973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Colby-Marston Preserve near Oakland. Kettle hole bog surrounded by spruce and deciduous forests.

OSU:B
Amy M. Pier   s.n.1914-06-20
United States, Maine, [York], Kennebunkport.

OSU:B
A. B. Seymour   s.n.1900-09-29
United States, Maine, [Oxford], Gilead.

OSU:B
A. B. Seymour   s.n.1900-09-26
United States, Maine, [Oxford], Roxbury Notch.

OSU:B
R. Hill   304011998-06-15
United States, Maine, Washington, Humbolt Field Res. Inst, Eagle Hill, Steuben, E side Dyer Bay Road; Blue Trail; 3/6 mi S of US Rt. 1.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39351973-08-09
United States, Maine, Franklin, State Park at Small's Falls, near Rangeley.

OSU:B
Richard Spjut   64951980-09-20
United States, Maine, Oxford, White Mountains National Forest; between Gilead and Chatham a-ong Hwy. 113 in the vicinity of Evans Notch., 457m

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39011973-08-04
United States, Maine, Franklin, near summit of Tory Hill in Strong.

OSU:B
Richard Spjut   64901980-09-20
United States, Maine, Oxford, White Mountains National Forest; between Gilead & Chatham along Hwy. 113 at the vicinity of Mud Creek.

OSU:B
J. F. Collins   25931902-07-03
United States, Maine, [needs research], Cutler.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39241973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Colby-Marston Preserve near Oakland; Kettle-hole bog surrounded by spruce and deciduous forests.

OSU:B
Richard Spjut   83501984-07-02
United States, Maine, [needs research], White Mountain National Forest: along the state line of New Hampshire, just north of Hastings Campground along Hwy 113, about 6 miles south of Gilead., 274m

OSU:B
Richard Spjut   64871980-09-20
United States, Maine, [needs research], White Mountains National Forest: between Gilead and Chatham along Hwy. 113: 1-2 miles inside northern boundary of National Forest.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39421973-08-09
United States, Maine, Franklin, Daggett Rock between Phillips and Kingfield.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39131973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Kettle holebog.

OSU:B
Richard Spjut   64881980-09-20
United States, Maine, Oxford, White Mountains National Forest; between Gilead & Catham along Hwy 113 at Stony Brook.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39381973-08-09
United States, Maine, Fairfax, State PArk at Small's Falls near Rangeley.

OSU:B
Steven R. Hill   304021998-06-15
United States, Maine, Washington, Humboldt Field res. Inst, Eagle Hill, Steuben, E side of Dyer Bay Road; Blue Trail; 3.6 mi S. of US Rt. 1; to Dyer Bay.

OSU:B
Steven R. Hill   305311998-06-20
United States, Maine, Lincoln, Walpole, ME Rt. 129, just S of Pitcher Rd, 4.4 mi S of ME Rt. 130.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39161973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Kettle-hole bog surrounded by spruce stand; Colby-Marston Preserve near Oakland.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39131973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Colby-Marston Preservce near Oakland.

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   43801974-06-12
United States, Maine, Hancock, Mt. Cadillac in Acadia National Park., 457m

OSU:B
Lawrence H. Pike   39241973-08-07
United States, Maine, Kennebec, Colby-Marston Preserve.

OSU:B
Steven R. Hill   305431998-06-20
United States, Maine, Lincoln, Christmas Cove, East Side Road (terminus of ME Rt. 129); near cottages.


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