Dataset: OSU-B
Taxa: Fontinalaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Brachelyma subulatum
Steven R. Hill   276891996-04-14
United States, Georgia, Bulloch, West fllodplain of the Ogeechee River at GA Rt. 24 bridge.

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Lance Holmberg   21021995-06-09
United States, Oregon, Wasco, Bear Springs Ranger District; local directions: Fence line along riparian area southwest of forest road 58., 45.1690746462 -121.728066179, 1006m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
J. H. Lyford   22211979-06-30
United States, Oregon, Linn, Gordon Lakes Trail 3600 feet from Squaw Creek Road.

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
John A. Christy   32291981-07-25
United States, Oregon, Lane, Willamette National Forest, small mire SE of Torrey Lake, 4 km N of Waldo Lake., 43.79535 -122.01537

OSU:B
Fontinalis antipyretica
[needs research]   4261996-07-02
United States, California, Mendocino, Grass Lake; Mendocino National Forest-North Coast Ranges; Upper Middle Fork Eel River Watershed., 39.9331721 -123.05703, 1378m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Ray Smith   3372010-05-08
United States, Washington, Skamania, 10 m north of Forest Road 830, West Fork Swift Creek, Mt. St. Helens National Monument, 19 km NE of Cougar., 46.13135 -122.177083333333, 753m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Sarah Luce   SL91902-012002-09-19
United States, Oregon, Lane, Willamette National Forest, McKenzie River District., 43.9755 -122.0082, 1402m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
V. J. Krajina   3281949-07-30
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Mt. Seymour, of Vancouver., 49.3666666666667 -122.95, 900m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Randall Jones   CC0782001-09-13
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Deschutes National Forest, Crescent District., 43.5328 -122.0831, 1829m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Jenner Horton   s.n.1991-08-24
United States, Oregon, Lane, Marilyn Lakes Trail., 1494m

OSU:B
Fontinalis neomexicana
David H. Wagner   m27682012-08-02
United States, Oregon, Grant, Haiku Meadow, headwaters of Lake Creek above Olive Lake., 44.7511111111111 -118.6175, 2018m

OSU:B
Fontinalis howellii
David H. Wagner   m28062012-10-02
United States, Oregon, Deschutes, Carlton Lake, trail on south side of lake., 43.7394444444444 -121.973888888889, 1745m

OSU:B
Fontinalis antipyretica
David H. Wagner   m26922011-07-09
United States, Oregon, Lane, Coyote Prairie Wetlands Mitigation Site, 1.5 miles west of Eugene, 0.72 miles se of Cantrell & Nielson Road junction., 44.0327777777778 -123.240555555556, 120m

OSU:B
Fontinalis antipyretica var. oregonensis
Kathy Merrifield   18741999-06-29
United States, Oregon, Linn, Parrish Lake; F.S. Rd 2266 about 4.5 miles nw of its junction with State Hwy 22; 3.6 air miles wnw of junction of Parrish Lake Road with Highway 22., 44.60383 -121.98253

OSU:B
Dichelyma falcatum
J. A. Allen   951898-09-07
Washington, [needs research], Mt. Rainier; Allen's Field., 1768m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Lance Holmberg   21491995-06-21
United States, Oregon, Wasco, Bear Springs Ranger District; local directions: west of North Pinhead Butte, and just off the north side of road 42-120., 44.96126 -121.77644, 1219m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Jenner Horton   s.n.1991-08-11
United States, Oregon, Marion, Rigges Lake Trail., 1052m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
W. B. Schofield   741701979-08-30
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Mt. Seymour, N Vancouver area., 49.4 -122.95, 1100m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Kathy Merrifield   2241991-07-03
United States, Oregon, Hood River, Within 50 m of Hood River Meadow Snow Park gates, Mt. Hood Nat'l Forest, on S. E. slope of Mt. Hood.

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
John A. Christy   32331981-07-25
United States, Oregon, Lane, Willamette Nat'l Forest; smal mire SE of Torrey Lake, 4 km N. of Waldo Lake., 43.79535 -122.01537, 1650m

OSU:B
Dichelyma pallescens
Randall Jones   CC0812001-09-13
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Deschutes National Forest, Crescent District., 43.5328 -122.0831, 1829m


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