Dataset: AUA-Lichens
Taxa: Alyxoria
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0001163Hansen, Curtis J.   2007-04-12
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Upper Delta WMA; ca. 2.5 mi N on SR59, west on St. Luke Church Rd.; follow road for 2 miles to Globe Creek., 31.1326 -87.85251, 6m

AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0001164Hansen, Curtis J.   2004-06-11
United States, Maine, Washington, South of Millbridge, ME, in the Petit Manan NWR; along the shoreline trail; across from (west) Bois Bobert Island, 44.426667 -67.889444, 2m

AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0001165Brodo, Irwin M.   2003-08-10
United States, Maine, Oxford, 2 miles E of Dixfield on Rte. 2, along Newton Brook. Picnic area along road, 44.537222 -70.405556

AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0003264Tucker, Shirley C.   1972-02-01
United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Burden Research Plantation, Essen Lane, Baton Rouge., 30.408333 -91.1125

AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0002159Hansen, Curtis J.   2017-03-15
United States, Alabama, Madison, Huntsville, AL; Redstone Arsenal; summit and surrounding environment of Madkin Mountain. (MM1)., 34.66721 -86.6429

AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0003405Hansen, Curtis J.   2018-05-25
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 3.1 air mi WNW of Moundville; 0.25 mi NW from old log cabin, on road toward Black Warrior River. Private property., 33.00761 -87.6835, 44m

AUA:Lichens
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
AUA-L-0002602Hansen, Curtis J.   2017-05-19
United States, Alabama, Elmore, Yates Lake West Forever Wild Tract; ca. 3.0 air mi ESE from Kent, AL; at edge of Yates Lake (Tallapoosa River), around campground area; ca 5 air mi S of Lake Martin Dam., 32.60863 -85.89757, 107m


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