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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
NCU-L-0001666Beeching, Sean Q.   2007-07-11
United States, Georgia, Jasper, Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, near Mansfield, 33.463889 -83.721667, 66m

NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
NCU-L-0001667Perlmutter, Gary B.   5852006-08-26
United States, North Carolina, Surry, Jomeokee Trail, Mountain section of Pilot Mtn State Park, 36.339722 -80.474722, 203m

NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
NCU-L-0001664Eiten, George   69071965-11-25
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Santana do Riacho, Serra do Cipo (highest part iof the long narrow Serra do Espinhaco). At km 113 (2 km N of 'Chapeu do Sol')., -19.316667 -43.6, 335m

NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
NCU-L-0005992Perlmutter, Gary B.   
United States, North Carolina, Wake, detailed locality information protected

NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
NCU-L-0005997Perlmutter, Gary B.   
United States, North Carolina, Wake, detailed locality information protected

NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia elabens (Fr.) Kantvilas & Elix
NCU-L-0005364Uebel, Edward C.   U-4152002-06-08
United States, Virginia, Highland, Near the Endless Mountain Retreat, south of County Road 601, approx. 2.4 miles from US 250

NCU:Lichens
Ramboldia haematites (Fée) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
NCU-L-0001665Perlmutter, Gary B.   16662008-11-08
United States, Georgia, Columbia, TNC Heggie's Rock Preserve, 33.541111 -82.253611, 32m


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