B. D. Parfitt

Creator(s):
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • The complete conversion and digitization of the Field Museum's Bryophyte collection: Working towards a networking hub of bryophyte specimen and taxonomic data (Supported by NSF DBI-1057418)
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: The complete conversion and digitization of the Field Museum's Bryophyte collection: Working towards a networking hub of bryophyte specimen and taxonomic data (Supported by NSF DBI-1057418)
Current Determination: Campylium chrysophyllum (Brid.) Lange
Family: Amblystegiaceae
Location: United States of America: Michigan
Locality: Wes of Fenton, northeast side of Marl Lake, south of Owen Road between Lake Fore
Coordinates: 42.7865 -83.7621
Habitat/Microhabitat: On dead twigs and on the ground

Collector(s): B. D. Parfitt
Collection Date: 5 September 1998
Catalog Subset: Bryophytes
EMu IRN: 2362925
OccurenceID: 8841b54e-40f5-40ed-87aa-3c46227b3c4d

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