Dataset: Harvard
Taxa: Cladoniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:FH
barcode-01142129D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1162012-03-11
Chile, Melimoyu. Melimoyu Reserve, Patagonia Sur. Along Quincho Trial., -73.0833 -44.0833

Harvard:FH
barcode-00197408Alban N. Stewart   1906-08-24
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Albemarle Island [Isla Isabela], Villamil

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142127D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1142012-03-11
Chile, Melimoyu. Melimoyu Reserve. Patagonia Sur. Along Quincho Trail.

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142130D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1172012-03-12
Chile, Melimoyu. Melimoyu Reserve, Patagonia Sur. Along Quincho Trial., -73.0833 -44.0833

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142132D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1202012-03-11
Chile, Melimoyu. Melimoyu Reserve, Patagonia Sur. Along Quincho Trial., -73.0833 -44.0833

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142133D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1212012-03-11
Chile, Melimoyu. Melimoyu Reserve, Patagonia Sur. Along Quincho Trial., -73.0833 -44.0833

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142138D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1272012-03-11
Chile, Melimoyu. Patagonia Sur. Trail Three lakes near Laguna.

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142162D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1502012-03-12
Chile, Melimoyu. Patagonia Sur. Trail Three lakes near Laguna.

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142163D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1522012-03-12
Chile, Melimoyu. Patagonia Sur. Trail Three lakes near Laguna.

Harvard:FH
barcode-01142285D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP Ch-1752012-03-14
Chile, Patagonia Sur. On edge of Melimoyu Glacier.

Harvard:FH
barcode-00284800D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP CH2012-03-11
Chile, Melimoyu. Melimoyu Reserve, Patagonia Sur. Along Quincho Trail., -73.0833 -44.0833

Harvard:FH
barcode-00284808D. H. Pfister & M. E. Smith   DHP CH2012-03-12
Chile, Melimoyu. Patagonia Sur. Trail Three lakes near Laguna.


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