Dataset: MOR
Taxa: Cetrelia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Cetrelia cetrarioides (Duby) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002524-MORBill N. McKnight   4611978-10-28
U.S.A., Tennesseee, Sevier, Mount LeConte., 35.653281 -83.438099, 1219m

MOR
Cetrelia chicitae (Culb.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002525-MORSteven Apfelbaum   2431985-11-25
U.S.A., North Carolina, Macon, In the vicinity of Franklin, 35.182317 -83.381543

MOR
Cetrelia chicitae (Culb.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002526-MORA. C. Skorepa   3104
U.S.A., North Carolina, Yancey, On Mount Mitchell, 35.764839 -82.265122, 2012m

MOR
Cetrelia monachorum (Zahlbr.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002527-MORSteven Apfelbaum   121985-09-04
U.S.A., North Carolina, Haywood, 1585m

MOR
Cetrelia olivetorum (Nyl.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002528-MORGerould Wilhelm   224761995-05-07
U.S.A., Massachussetts, Berkshire, Florida Township; Reed Brook Preserve, in the vicinity of a hill with exposed ledge of mafic rock, at south end of Whitcomb Hill Road., 42.663073 -72.993276, 305m

MOR
Cetrelia olivetorum (Nyl.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002529-MORSteven Apfelbaum   1021985-10-12
U.S.A., New York, Ulster, Chichester., 42.101757 -74.309314

MOR
Cetrelia olivetorum (Nyl.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002530-MORGerould Wilhelm   137591986-04-24
U.S.A., Wisconsin, Sauk, South of Baraboo, on tallus slope at the southwest side of Devil's Lake Park., 43.401789 -89.752187

MOR
Cetrelia olivetorum (Nyl.) Culb. & C. Culb.
L-0002531-MORR. R. Blecke   1041968-07-20
U.S.A., Wisconsin, Ashland, Morgan Creek Falls. 12 miles west of Mellen., 46.351199 -90.914717


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