Westover Air Reserve Base (former radio tower site), Granby, Hampshire County
Authors: Elizabeth Kneiper, Philip May, Elisabeth Lay & Linda Berard.
Citation: Kneiper, E., May, P.F., Lay, E. & Berard, L. 1995. Report submitted on February 28, 1995 to The Nature Conservancy acting through the Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program under contract number: MAHER PS-94-04

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Families: 22
Genera: 42
Species: 85
Total Taxa (details): 85

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Less frequent, On red oak (s.l.), Betula, Juniperus virginiana, and Populus tremuloides; E. Lay 94-0073 [NY], E. Lay 94-0074 [NY], P. F. May 1642 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On Populus deltoides and Quercus
Frequent, On white oak (s.l.), Malus, Populus tremuloides, Populus deltoides, Ulmus, and Juniperus virginiana; E. Lay 94-0077 [NY], E. Lay 94-0075 [NY], E. Lay 94-0076 [NY], P. F. May 1592B [FH]
Frequent, On Malus, Juniperus virginiana, Vaccinium, and standing dead trees; E. Lay 94-0078 [NY], P. F. May 1593 [FH], E. Lay 94-0079 [FH]
Less frequent, On soil in meadows; this species has patchy distribution, but many thalli can be present in a given patch; E. Lay 94-0080 [NY]
Infrequent, Found only once on a standing dead tree. This species was only recently reported from N America. It is difficult to tsee, and therefore its true frequency on our continent is not known; P. May 1752 [FH]
Less frequent, On Acer rubrum, Carpinus caroliniana, Malus, Juniperus virginiana, Populus tremuloides, Vaccinium, and rotting wood in sunny locations; E. Lay 94-0071 [NY], E. Lay 94-0263 [NY], E. Lay 94-0072 [NY], P. F. May 1689B [FH]
Less frequent; Less frequent, On soil in meadows and disturbed margins of overgrown fields; this species forms mats; On soil in meadows and disturbed margins of overgrown fields; this species forms mats; P. F. May 1778 [FH], P. F. May 1780 [FH]
Frequent, On grass litter and soil in meadows and disturbed margins of overgrown fields; P. F. May 1698 [FH]
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows or in open forest; we have chosen to report this chemical taxon separately from C. macilenta, with which it is often combined
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On soil in meadows; this species forms mats
Infrequent, On decaying grass litter in meadows; P. F. May 1994-00-00 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On lumber
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and on old lumber
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On white oak (s.l.) and on wood
Frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and in disturbed margins of overgrown fields; less frequent on tree bark and wood; E. Lay 94-0082 [NY]
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On base of Quercus, on standing dead tree, and on a shaded sandstone cobble
Frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and in disturbed margins of overgrown fields; less frequent on wood and on the bases of Quercus alba and Populus
Infrequent, On decaying grass litter in meadows, and on a stump of Betula; P. F. May 1994-00-00 [FH]
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and on shaded stumps, standing dead trees, and Acer rubrum
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On wood and grass stubble in open areas
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and in disturbed margins of overgrown fields; less frequent on tree bark and wood
Frequent, On decaying grass litter in meadows, and in disturbed margins of overgrown fields; P. F. May 1994-00-00 [FH]
Less frequent, In open areas of decaying grass litter, boards, stumps, moss over concrete, and on Juniperus virginiana; also on the base of Populus; P. F. May 1650 [FH]
Frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and in disturbed margins of overgrown fields; P. F. May 1709C [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On lumber
Frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On decaying grass litter in meadows, and in disturbed margins of overgrown fields
Less frequent, On decaying grass litter in meadows; originally reported as C. polycarpoides; P. F. May 1610 [FH]
Less frequent, On soil in meadows and disturbed margins of overgrown fields; this species forms mats; P. F. May 1705 [FH], P. F. May 1753 [FH], P. F. May 1534B [FH]
Less frequent, On soil in meadows; this species forms mats; P. F. May 1685 [FH], P. F. May 1776 [FH]
Infrequent, On soil in meadows; this species forms mats; E. Lay 1994-00-00 [FH]
Infrequent, On soil in meadow; originally reported as C. cervicornis subsp. verticillata; [no data available] 1994-00-00 [FH]
Frequent, On bare soil in full sun in recently disturbed areas; L. Berard 94-33-14 [FH]
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On soil in meadows or growing over other terricolous lichens
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On white oak (s.l.), Vaccinium, and a standing dead tree
Frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On white oak (s.l.), red oak (s.l.), Acer rubrum, Prunus, Juniperus virginiana, Populus tremuloides, Vaccinium, and standing dead trees; P. F. May 1695 [FH]
Infrequent, On Malus. This species was identified as a Fuscidea by R.C. Harris. We will have to send this specimen to Europe to get a name on it, assuming it has been described; P. F. May 1609 [FH]
Infrequent, found on Populus, and the bark of standing dead tree; this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s original list as "sorediate crust #1"; P. F. May 1811 [FH], P. F. May 1828A [FH], P. F. May 3257 [FH], P. F. May 1760 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On red oak (s.l.)
Less frequent, On white oak (s.l.), Vaccinium, and a standing dead tree; E. Lay 94-0084 [NY], P. F. May 1717 [FH]
Frequent, On white oak (s.l.), red oak (s.l.), Juniperus virginiana, Prunus, Carpinus caroliniana, Malus, Populus tremuloides, Acer rubrum, and standing dead trees; originally reported as L. symmictera (which is a synonym); E. Lay 94-0837 [NY], E. Lay 94-0834 [NY], E. Lay 94-0836 [NY], E. Lay 94-0838 [NY], more...
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On a shaded sandstone cobble
Frequent, On red oak (s.l.), Acer rubrum, Populus deltoides, and Populus tremuloides; E. Lay 94-0101 [NY], P. F. May 1765 [FH], P. F. May 1690 [FH]
Infrequent, On silicic pebble over concrete and old lumber in full sun; P. F. May 1648 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On Betula
NB: this species is not included in Kneiper et al.'s report; this specimen was identified by P.F. May as "L. cf. caesioalba"; P. F. May 1797B [FH]
Infrequent, On a shaded sandstone cobble and on white oak (s.l.); originally reported as L. lobificans.
NB: this species was not included in Kneiper et al.'s original list, but a specimen exists in CNALH; P. F. May 1636 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On Malus
Frequent, On white oak (s.l.), red oak (s.l.), Juniperus virginiana, Malus, Populus tremuloides, Populus deltoides, Acer rubrum, Betula and standing dead trees and shrubs; E. Lay 94-0086 [NY], E. Lay 94-0087 [NY], P. F. May 1839 [FH], P. F. May 1626 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On old lumber
Infrequent, On concrete and silicic pebbles resting on concrete; P. F. May 1638 [FH], P. F. May 1615 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On Quercus
Infrequent, On white oak (s.l.); E. Lay 94-0088 [FH]
Very frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On white oak (s.l.), red oak (s.l.), Malus, Acer rubrum, Prunus, Juniperus virginiana, Betula, Vaccinium, live and dead Populus tremuloides, bark of standing dead trees, and wood
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On the polypore Trichaptum biforme
Frequent, On white oak (s.l.), Acer, Malus, Juniperus virginiana, Populus deltoides, Ulmus, and a dead sapling; E. Lay 94-0089 [NY], P. F. May 1585 [FH]
Less frequent, On Juniperus virginiana and Populus; E. Lay 94-0091 [NY], P. F. May 1583 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On concrete and silicic pebbles resting on concrete
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On silicic pebbles resting on concrete.
Very frequent, On red oak (s.l.), white oak (s.l.), Acer rubrum, Juniperus virginiana, Populus deltoides, Populus tremuloides, Ulmus, Malus, wood, and bark of standing dead trees; E. Lay 94-0070 [NY], E. Lay 94-0300 [NY], E. Lay 94-0094 [NY], P. F. May 1552 [FH]
Frequent, On red oak (s.l.), white oak (s.l.), Malus, Juniperus virginiana, Betula, Populus tremuloides, Populus sp., stumps, and standing and dead fallen trees; E. Lay 94-0096 [NY], E. Lay 94-0098 [NY], E. Lay 94-0097 [NY], P. F. May 1690 [FH]
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On old lumber and wood of Prunus
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On soil
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On old lumber
Frequent, On white oak (s.l.), Acer rubrum, Juniperus virginiana, and standing dead trees; P. F. May 1994-00-00 [FH], P. F. May 1734 [FH], E. Lay [FH]
Frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On soil in meadows
Less frequent, On Juniperus virginiana, Populus deltoides, and Populus tremuloides; originally reported as "R. glauca" (a synonym); P. F. May 1627 [FH], P. F. May 1690 [FH]
Frequent, On Malus, Juniperus virginiana, Betula, Pinus rigida, Pinus strobus, Prunus, Acer rubrum, Vaccinium, and standing dead trees; E. Lay 94-0104 [NY], E. Lay 94-0102 [NY], E. Lay 94-0106 [NY], E. Lay 94-0185 [NY], more...
NB: this species was not included in Kneiper et al.'s original list, but a specimen exists in CNALH; P. F. May 1800 [FH]
Less frequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL. On soil and old lumber
Infrequent, this species was included in Kneiper et al.'s list, but no vouchers could be located on CNAHL; these may have been redetermined as U. hirta, or U. mutabilis (?) by P. Clerc (2005)(see those species entries, below). On white oak (s.l.)
NB: this species was not included in Kneiper et al.'s original list, but a specimen exists in CNALH; it was originally ID'd as U. strigosa, but redetermined by P. Clerc (2005) as U. hirta; P. F. May 1725 [FH]
NB: this species was not included in Kneiper et al.'s original list, but a specimen exists in CNALH; it was originally ID'd as U. strigosa, but redetermined by P. Clerc (2005) as U. mutabilis; P. F. May 1567 [FH]
Infrequent, On Acer rubrum; the voucher specimen was erroneously databased as Lecanora symmicta, but it is really V. thysanophora: [P.F. May 1830, in FH]
Infrequent, On a shaded sandstone cobble; P. F. May 1797A [FH]