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

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
W. B. Schofield   300551966-06-25
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Yakoun River bank, ca. 15 mi. S of Juskatla, Graham I, Queen Charlotte Islands., 53.4166666666667 -132.333333333333

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
David H. Wagner   42851990-04-19
United States, Alaska, Chichagof Island, Tenakee Springs; near Graveyard Island between Tenakee Springs and Indian River., 57.7805555555556 -135.216666666667

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
David H. Wagner   43241990-04-21
United States, Alaska, Chichagof Island, Tenakee Springs; Indian River Trail, along road past Indian River Bridge., 57.7805555555556 -135.216666666667

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsidaceae
A. S. Lazarenko   340a
[needs research], Asia Bor. Orient, in regione austro-ussuriensi.

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
David H. Wagner   42371990-04-18
United States, Alaska, Chichagof Island, by Indian River Bridge., 57.7805555555556 -135.216666666667

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsidaceae
K. Sakurai   340b
Japan, [needs research], Japonia, Honshiu, Sagami.

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
W. J. Eyerdam   51291948-09-15
United States, Alaska, [needs research], port of San Juan, Evan Island.

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
David H. Wagner   50301993-08-24
United States, Alaska, Hoonah-Angoon, Chicagof Island: e of Tenakee Springs, at bridge over Indian River., 57.7816666666667 -135.185555555556, 31m

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
W. B. Schofield   216921963-06-15
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Inver Creek, Skeena River, near Skeena., 54.25 -129.5

OSU:B
Pleuroziopsis ruthenica
Thomas J. Howell   1835
United States, Alaska, [needs research], none.


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