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

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Aquatic Plant, Bryophyte, and Macroalgae Collection (Herbarium Vouchers [Clip Harvests])


NEON:APLC-HVCH
Fontinalis hypnoides C. J. Hartman, 1843
NEON00YWX   2017-07-28
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Domain 18, Toolik Lake Site, Reach, 68.632676 -149.607126, 715m

NEON:APLC-HVCH
Fontinalis hypnoides C. J. Hartman, 1843
NEON00YXDJ. Celmer   2016-08-09
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Domain 18, Toolik Lake Site, Reach, 68.632676 -149.607126, 715m

NEON:APLC-HVCH
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON039L0   2019-07-24
United States, California, Fresno, Domain 17, Teakettle Creek - Watershed 2 NEON, Teakettle 2 Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant, 04 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 36.954528 -119.024253, 2012m

Aquatic Plant, Bryophyte, and Macroalgae Collection (Herbarium Vouchers [Point Counts])


NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis hypnoides C. J. Hartman, 1843
NEON00YV4H. Schartel   2018-08-07
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant, 10 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.03474 -105.54755, 3063m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis hypnoides C. J. Hartman, 1843
NEON00YV5H. Schartel   2018-08-07
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant, 04 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.033463 -105.541431, 3014m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis hypnoides C. J. Hartman, 1843
NEON03028Z. Lafaver   2019-08-26
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant, 04 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.033463 -105.541431, 3010m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON00YUFH. Schartel   2016-09-09
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, CORE, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant Parent, 05 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.034906 -105.544064, 3030m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON00YUIH. Schartel   2017-08-03
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, CORE, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant Parent, 05 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.034906 -105.544064, 3030m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON00YUPD. Monahan   2016-05-24
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, CORE, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant Parent, 04 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.033463 -105.541431, 2988m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON0302GZ. Lafaver   2019-08-07
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant, 10 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.034718 -105.547421, 3058m

NEON:APLC-HVPC
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON0302IZ. Lafaver   2019-08-07
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Domain 13, Como Creek Site, Como Creek Stream, Aquatic Plant, 05 - Aquatic Plant Transect, 40.034906 -105.544064, 3024m

Aquatic Plant, Bryophyte, and Macroalgae Collection (Herbarium Vouchers [Standard Sampling])


NEON:APLC-HVSS
Fontinalis dalecarlica Bruch & W. P. Schimper in B.S.G., 1846
NEON00YW6Ryan Williams   2018-07-13
United States, Massachusetts, Franklin, Domain 01, Hop Brook Site, 42.471941 -72.329526, 203m

NEON:APLC-HVSS
Fontinalis neomexicana Sullivant & Lesquereux, 1856
NEON00YW8D. Crandall   2018-09-25
United States, Oregon, Linn, Domain 16, McRae Creek Site, 44.258901 -122.166291, 900m

SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-RSA:Plants-RSA-POM
RSA0036536James R. Shevock, Dana York   183401999-07-03
United States, California, Fresno County, Short Hair Meadow about 1.25 mile southwest of Courtright Reservoir., 37.0583333 -119.0055556, 2682m


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Google Earth (KML)

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