Dataset: NCU-Lichens
Taxa: Anthracothecium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
Anthracothecium australiense (Müll.Arg.) Aptroot
NCU-L-0000517Perlmutter, Gary B.   8892007-03-29
United States, North Carolina, Orange, Plot 5, Southern Shagbark Hickory Slope, Mason Farm Biological Reserve, Chapel Hill, 35.889722 -79.018611, 24m

NCU:Lichens
Anthracothecium australiense (Müll.Arg.) Aptroot
NCU-L-0000518Perlmutter, Gary B.   8952007-03-29
United States, North Carolina, Orange, Plot 6, Southern Shagbark Hickory Slope, Mason Farm Biological Reserve, Chapel Hill, 35.888889 -79.020556, 30m

NCU:Lichens
Anthracothecium australiense (Müll.Arg.) Aptroot
NCU-L-0000519Perlmutter, Gary B.   23632010-03-11
United States, South Carolina, McCormick, Steven's Creek Heritage Preserve, 33.687222 -82.161389, 27m

NCU:Lichens
Anthracothecium australiense (Müll.Arg.) Aptroot
NCU-L-0004240Perlmutter, Gary B.   30152014-06-10
United States, North Carolina, Wake, Lake Crabtree County Park, Transect 3 (70 m from hwy I-40), 0 m SE from origin, 93m


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