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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
NCU-L-0002815Perlmutter, Gary B.   24172010-03-13
United States, South Carolina, Aiken, Savannah River Bluffs Heritage Preserve, 33.526944 -82.006111, 17m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0003518Fuller, Dorothy S.   L-497-a1959-08-25
United States, North Carolina, Dare, Roanoke Island, 35.89 -75.663333

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
NCU-L-0003633Schallert, Paul O.   L-2981959-09-25
United States, Florida, Seminole, "my home" Altamonte Springs, 28.661389 -81.391944, 8m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
NCU-L-0004001   s.n.
Bahamas, Mangrove Tree, Andros, Bahamas Island, 24.433333 -77.95

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria applanata (Fée) D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0004098Anonymous   s.n.1903-07-10
Bahamas, San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Watlings Island [San Salvador Island], 24.1 -74.483333

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0004472Grow, William C.   12014-07-28
United States, Florida, Martin, Palm City, 27.171111 -80.278611

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
NCU-L-0006056Perlmutter, Gary B.   37412019-05-03
United States, Florida, Polk County, Cypress Gardens, Legoland Resort, 27.993911 -81.690078, 46m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria purpurascens (Vain.) B.J. Moore
NCU-L-0006233Goldman, Doug   45312019-07-12
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Montgomery Botanical Center, 25.65873 -80.282948, 5m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
NCU-L-0002813Perlmutter, Gary B.   14092008-04-19
United States, North Carolina, Montgomery, Barnes Creek Bluffs, N of Dark Mtn, Uwharrie National Forest, 35.48 -79.951389, 49m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0002814Perlmutter, Gary B.   1782005-10-21
United States, South Carolina, Horry, North Myrtle Beach, 33.7925 -78.740278, 2m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria aegialita (Afz.) B. Moore
NCU-L-0002807Tucker, Shirley C.   18392-A1979-03-10
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish, Campus of Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 30.409383 -91.183255

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0002808Tucker, Shirley C.   7403-A1968-04-07
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish, Miller bee yard off Ben Hur Rd, Ben Hur tract (LSU property), ~2 mi. S of LSU campus, Baton Rouge, 30.368962 -91.170233

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0002812Perlmutter, Gary B.   17592009-04-04
United States, North Carolina, Wake, TLC Temple Flatrock Preserve, SE end, 35.836111 -78.459167, 29m

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0002809Perlmutter, Gary B.   2982006-03-18
United States, North Carolina, Carteret, near entrance, Fort Macon State Park, 34.696389 -76.678889

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
NCU-L-0002816Perlmutter, Gary B.   3242006-03-18
United States, North Carolina, Carteret, Fort Macon State Park, 34.696389 -76.678889

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0002810Perlmutter, Gary B.   3182006-03-18
United States, North Carolina, Carteret, near entrance, Fort Macon State Park, 34.696389 -76.678889

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
NCU-L-0002817Perlmutter, Gary B.   3292006-03-18
United States, North Carolina, Carteret, Fort Macon State Park, 34.696389 -76.678889

NCU:Lichens
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
NCU-L-0002811Perlmutter, Gary B.   7122006-12-09
United States, North Carolina, Carteret, Hoffman Nature Trail, Theodore Roosevelt State Natural Area, Bogue Banks, 34.700278 -76.828611, 1m


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