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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0003268Kruse, Lisa M.   s.n.2007-07-10
United States, Georgia, Jasper, Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, near Mansfield, 33.463889 -83.738333, 66m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0003267Perlmutter, Gary B.   16402008-11-08
United States, Georgia, Columbia, TNC Heggie's Rock Preserve, 33.541111 -82.253611, 32m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0003269Perlmutter, Gary B.   18172009-04-11
United States, North Carolina, Anson, Flatrock Church Outcrop, E of NC-145, 34.881667 -79.956944, 30m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0003271Perlmutter, Gary B.   19282009-04-25
United States, North Carolina, Wake, TLC Temple Flatrock Preserve, 35.84 -78.457778, 33m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0003270Perlmutter, Gary B.   17682009-04-04
United States, North Carolina, Wake, TLC Temple Flatrock Preserve, SW end, 35.836111 -78.459167, 29m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0003266Hodges, M. F.   s.n.2006-06-27
United States, Georgia, Columbia, Heggie's Rock, 33.542222 -82.25, 30m

NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0006441Perlmutter, Gary B.   39782021-08-21
United States, North Carolina, Wake, Mitchell Mill State Natural Area, 35.917088 -78.388771

NCU:Lichens
Peltula euploca (Ach.) Poelt ex Pišút
NCU-L-0003272Hollinger, Jason P.   13082010-08-30
United States, California, Tulare, Highway 107 by Dry Meadow Creek, 36.059167 -118.545556, 640m

NCU:Lichens
Peltula zahlbruckneri (Hasse) Wetmore
NCU-L-0006390Perlmutter, Gary B.   39662021-07-18
United States, North Carolina, Wake, Mitchell Mill State Natural Area, near NC 96, 35.919261 -78.3894, 80 - 100m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.