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Accession ID Determination Collector Collection Date Collection Number County / State Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
DHN101153  Scapania bolanderi D. H. Norris 27 March 2001 101153 Snohomish / WA On moist, diffusely lit bark of Tsuga mertensiana in nearly virgin forest of Tsuga and Thuja on shore of Heather Lake south of Verlot, Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, 700 Comment
DHN101201  Scapania bolanderi D. H. Norris 27 March 2001 101201 Snohomish / WA On moist, diffusely lit log along outlet stream of lake in nearly virgin forest of Tsuga and Thuja at Heather Lake south of Verlot, Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, 700 Comment
DHN81783  Scapania bolanderi D. H. Norris 27 July 1993 81783 Snohomish / WA On moist, diffusely lit bark of large Thuja in heavily landslide-influenced mixed forest and on surrounding talus slopes on north-facing slopes above Perry Creek about 1-2 miles west of Perry Creek Campground on Mountain Loop Highway, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie 800 Comment
DHN83668  Scapania bolanderi D. H. Norris 8 September 1994 83668 Snohomish / WA On moist, diffusely lit bark of Abies amabilis in very rich, primary growth forest of Tsuga heterophylla, Thuja plicata, Abies amabilis, and Pseudotsuga on north slope of Mt. Pilchuck southwest of Verlot, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, 1000 Comment
DHN85517  Scapania bolanderi D. H. Norris 20 August 1995 85517 Snohomish / WA On moist, diffusely lit log in Tsuga heterophylla, Abies grandis, and Thuja plicata with heavy Sphagnum ground cover along Black Creek below Ashland Lakes about 7 air miles SSE of Verlot, 800 Comment
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