D. Hall

  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
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Current Determination: Bryum argenteum Hedw.
Family: Bryaceae
Det. by: D. Hall : Northeastern Illinois University, Sep 1986
Location: United States of America: Wisconsin
Locality: Along Old Ironton Road in "Vampire Valley" between Ironton and Reedsburg
Coordinates: 43.5431 -90.0646
Habitat/Microhabitat: Plants in loose mats/caespitose on sandy soil on the roadside bank in partial shade

Collector(s): D. Hall
Collection Date: 25 May 1986
Catalog Subset: Bryophytes
EMu IRN: 4066534
OccurenceID: d11c1847-e4cc-4d02-9b68-ee8a77fad284

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