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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
Minutoexcipula tuckerae Atienza & D. Hawksw.
NCU-L-0003399Rivas Plata, Eimy   2011-09-24
United States, North Carolina, Randolph, Ridges Mountain summit (Plot RM-2), 35.713056 -79.951944, 77m

NCU:Lichens
Vouauxiella lichenicola (Lindsay) Petr. & Sydow
NCU-L-0006342Baker, Jen   s.n.2020-11-06
United States, North Carolina, Pamlico, 22672 NC Hwy 55, Oriental, 35.030996 -76.692987

NCU:Lichens
Minutoexcipula tuckerae Atienza & D. Hawksw.
1Tucker, Shirley C.   293841989-05-12
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish, Baird Drive, Magnolia Hieghts subdivision, Baton Rouge, 30.4 -91.2

NCU:Lichens
Vouauxiella lichenicola (Lindsay) Petr. & Sydow
586760Perlmutter, Gary B.   7382006-12-09
United States, North Carolina, Carteret, Hoffman Nature Trail, Theodore Roosevelt State Natural Area, Bogue Banks, 34.700278 -76.828611, 1m


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Google Map

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