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

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CAS - California Academy of Sciences Vascular Plants


CAS:BOT-BC
351755Shevock, James R.   264402005-03-21
United States, Oregon, Coos County, Siskiyou National Forest. Coquille River Basin. Along forest road 33 paralleling South Fork Coquille River at Port Orford Cedar RNA, 5.3 miles above Myrtlewood Grove Campground., 42.7402222 -124.0581111, 244m

CHSC - CSU Chico, Chico State Herbarium - Bryophytes


CHSC:Bryophytes
CHSC036601Donald T. Kowalski   1970-06-27
United States, Washington, Mt. Rainier National Park. Panther Creek., 722m

CHSC:Bryophytes
CHSC056421D. T. Kowalski   1972-04-01
United States, California, Humboldt, 40.761667 -123.911667

CHSC:Bryophytes
CHSC088682J. H. Lyford   22571979-06-30
United States, Oregon, Linn, Gordon Lakes Trail., 1097m

UC - University of California, Berkeley - Bryophytes


UC:Bryophytes
UC1628230   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1751823   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1666238   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628223D. H. Norris   108161969-04-20
United States, California, Humboldt, On moist, diffusely lit log along stream in Lithocarpus-Pseudotsuga forest in Tolkan Recreation Area about 5 miles north of Shelter Cove on Horse Mountain Road., 40.066667 -124.016667, 550m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1448428   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1721488D. H. Norris   854671995-09-20
United States, Washington, Snohomish, On moist, diffusely lit log in very wet Sphagnum-covered forest of Thuja, Abies grandis and Tsuga heterophylla along Ashland Lakes Trail, southeast of Verlot., 48.016667 -121.733333, 800m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628226   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628216   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1708977   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1665833   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628231   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1602499D. H. Norris   886471996-10-06
United States, Washington, Clallam, On moist, shaded log in rather dense forest of Tsuga heterophylla and Pseudotsuga menziesii with Taxus understory along Deer Ridge Trail in Buckhorn Wilderness south of Sequim, Olympic National Forest., 47.933333 -123.233333, 1100m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628217D. H. Norris   479351976-11-07
United States, California, Siskiyou, On moist, diffusely lit log in mixed coniferus forest with grassy openings near Doe Flat, 41.816667 -123.693333, 1400m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1665667   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1908079   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1602501   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628218   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1757063D. H. Norris   928781998-05-06
United States, Washington, Clallam, On moist, diffusely lit log on steep southwest-facing slopes in stunted forest of Pseudotsuga menziesii west of Deer Park Road about 5 miles southeast of Park boundary, Olympic National Park., 47.966667 -123.283333, 1050m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1708978   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628215   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1753212D. H. Norris   705671984-05-21
United States, California, Humboldt, On moist, diffusely lit log in rich mixed conifer forest along US Forest Service Road 10N02 at head of Mill Creek., 41.1 -123.533333, 1400m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1602475D. H. Norris   884461996-09-17
United States, Washington, Jefferson, On moist, diffusely lit log in very rich mixed conifer forest along Mt. Townsend Trail just inside boundary of Buckhorn Wilderness of Olympic National Forest., 47.866667 -123.033333, 1300m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628222   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1629698D. H. Norris, Sinikka Piippo   824211994-02-12
United States, California, Del Norte, On moist, diffusely lit log along small creek in cut-over Pseudotsuga forest with many large decaying logs about 1/2 mile up the Gasquet-Orleans Road from the Big Flat Road., 41.666667 -123.933333, 200m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1673830D. H. Norris   242201973-05-20
United States, California, Siskiyou, On moist, diffusely lit rotten log in Pseudotsuga, Abies concolor, Calocedrus and Pinus ponderosa forest near Bear Lake, Klamath National Forest., 41.629167 -123.225, 1550m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628214   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1722944D. H. Norris   586471981-04-20
United States, California, Humboldt, On moist, diffusely lit log in rich mixed conifer forest along Big Hill Road at South Fork of Mill Creek., 41.116667 -123.516667, 1400m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628221D. H. Norris   108161969-04-20
United States, California, Humboldt, On moist, diffusely lit log along stream in Lithocarpus-Pseudotsuga forest in Tolkan Recreation Area about 5 miles north of Shelter Cove on Horse Mountain Road., 40.066667 -124.016667, 550m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628227   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1629697D. H. Norris, Sinikka Piippo   824181994-02-12
United States, California, Del Norte, On moist, diffusely lit log along small creek in cut-over Pseudotsuga forest with many large decaying logs about 1/2 mile up the Gasquet-Orleans Road from the Big Flat Road., 41.666667 -123.933333, 200m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628228D. H. Norris   780141992-04-10
United States, Oregon, Linn, On moist, rather shaded rotten log along creek in very rich primary growth mixed conifer forest in area of basaltic outcrops near headwaters of Crabtree Creek, 44.6 -122.466667, 1000m

UC:Bryophytes
UC383215   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628219   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1811935   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1571212   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628229   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1629696D. H. Norris   969251999-09-14
United States, Washington, Skagit, On moist, diffusely lit log in forest of Tsuga, Abies, Picea and Chamaecyparis along trail from Johannesburg Parking Area toward Cascade Pass, North Cascades National Park., 48.483333 -121.1, 700m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1628220D. H. Norris   482811977-05-25
United States, California, Humboldt, On moist, diffusely lit log in Douglas fir, tan oak forest in deep ravine along Redwood Valley Road about one mile north of Highway 299., 40.933333 -123.833333, 550m

UC:Bryophytes
UC1908078   

UC:Bryophytes
UC1722948D. H. Norris   705531984-04-23
United States, California, Siskiyou, On moist, diffusely lit log in Pseudotsuga forest with Calocedrus and Taxus along Shadow Creek at Callahan to Cecilville Road about 6 miles northeast of Cecilville., 41.2 -123.066667, 900m


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