Dataset: SRP
Taxa: Collemataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University, Snake River Plains Herbarium


SRP
Leptogium insigne P.M. Jørg. & Tønsberg
SRP-L-0004439Roger Rosentreter   100151995-11-19
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Clear Lake Area. 3.5 km inland from the ocean. 1 km N of Florence, OR., 44.016666 -124.083336, 50m

SRP
Leptogium insigne P.M. Jørg. & Tønsberg
SRP-L-0004435Roger Rosentreter   100931995-11-22
U.S.A., Oregon, Curry, Humbug Mt. State Park Trail, 5 km S of Port Orford, OR., 42.716667 -124.416664, 34m

SRP
Leptogium insigne P.M. Jørg. & Tønsberg
SRP-L-0004440Roger Rosentreter, McCune & DeBolt   166052008-11-29
U.S.A., Oregon, Lincoln, South Beach, south of Newport, about 300m from the ocean., 44.598999 -124.063004, 12m

SRP
Leptogium insigne P.M. Jørg. & Tønsberg
SRP-L-0004438A. DeBolt   21231995-11-19
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, 3.5 km inland from ocean on deflation dune. Clear Lake area, 1 km N of Florence, OR., 44.016666 -124.083336, 20m

SRP
Leptogium insigne P.M. Jørg. & Tønsberg
SRP-L-0004436Bruce Rittenhouse   18781996-01-22
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Heceta Dunes ACEC., 44.034199 -124.116798, 25m

SRP
Leptogium coralloides P.M. Jørg. ined.
SRP-L-0013744R. Rosentreter   178042013-06-02
U.S.A., Oregon, Josephine, Above Squaw Creek, tributary of Deer Creek, Illinois River Valley, 1.2 km NW of Deer Creek, Siskiyou Field Institute., 42.2871 -123.6489, 450m

SRP
Collema quadrifidum D.F. Stone & McCune
15306Roger Rosentreter   198562017-04-01
U.S.A., Oregon, Jackson, 7 miles E of Ashland. Sampson Creek Preserve, along Sampson Creek, E of Emigrant Lake., 42.1452 -122.5813, 695m

SRP
Scytinium pulvinatum (Hoffm.) Otálora, P.M. Jørg. & Wedin
15838Roger Rosentreter   189382015-04-18
U.S.A., Oregon, Josephine, Siskiyou Field Institute, 3 miles west of Selma, OR SW of Grants Pass, OR., 42.28035 -123.64715, 396m


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