Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cetraria ericetorum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Milwaukee Public Museum

B155358T. H. Nash   104191974-08-12
United States, Colorado, San Juan, - 3688m

B152622T. H. Nash   131731976-07-00
United States, Alaska, 68.13 -151.75, - 700m

B155355T. H. Nash   72261973-06-23
United States, Rhode Island, Washington, - 91m

Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory

RMBL0009399Baguskas, Sara   152008-07-20
United States, Colorado, Gunnison, East Maroon Pass., 39.011361 -106.940481, 3627m

RMBL0012070Rada, Michael   s.n.2017-08-06
United States, Colorado, Gunnison, Saddle before Treasury Mountain Peak., 39.011 -107.096, 4053m

University of Texas at El Paso Biodiversity Collections Herbarium

UTEP:Herb:59383Collector(s): S. A. Harris   11251994-06-30
Canada, Yukon, Hart River Road, Dempster Highway km 78

UTEP:Herb:64859Collector(s): Robert S. Egan   15596A2001-08-10
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe County, 16.8 kilometers NE of Santa Fe above Aspen Basin, between Lake Peak and Tesuque Peak, 34.7911111111 -105.7802777778, 378 - 378m

UTEP:Herb:65009Collector(s): Robert S. Egan   149011998-09-06
United States, Colorado, Clear Creek County, SW of Loveland Pass, 20 miles WSW of Idaho Springs on United States Highway 6, 39.65 -105.85, 3810 - 3810m

UTEP:Herb:61700Collector(s): unknown   2001-06-30
United States, Washington, Lewis County, summit of Kiona Peak, 46.5672666667 -122.01735, 1478 - 1478m

Yukon University Herbarium

Cetraria ericetorum ssp. reticulata (Rasanen) Karnef.
2964Rhonda Rosie   6161980-10-07
Canada, Yukon Territory, Frances Lake, 61.183333 -129.116667, 890m

General Research Observations

Allison Izaksonas   BRYC23021-26571992-07-30
USA, Montana, Granite, Deerlodge Nat'l Forest, Anaconda Pentler W. A, Goat Flat. Alpine Tundra

USA, Montana, Sanders, Kootenai National Forest, Cabinet Mountains Wilderness Area, vicinity of Milwaukee Pass.

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.