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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001191Word, David   1974-11-11
United States, Alabama, Lee, 4.5 mi. SW of Jct. Lee Co. 53.& Al. 14 at creek and bridge.

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001175Word, David   1974-10-08
United States, Alabama, Lee, in the Auburn Arboretum, 32.59506 -85.48307

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001172Dutton, D. Lewis   1921-02-26
United States, Vermont, Rutland, Brandon, 43.79812 -73.08761

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001170Hansen, Curtis J.   2006-04-29
United States, North Carolina, Jackson, Above School House Falls in Panthertown Valley, Nantahala N.F. North Carolina; on gentle slopes above School House Falls, 35.16339 -83.00652, 1113m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001171Egan, Robert S.   2004-05-13
Canada, Nova Scotia, Cumberland, Partridge Island, just WSW of the town of Parrsboro, 10m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001173Word, David   1975-01-23
United States, Alabama, Lee, 1 mi. E of jct. Lee Co. 30 & Lee Co. 35 on Lee Co. at creek and swamp.

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001174Word, David   1974-11-04
United States, Alabama, Lee, Jct. AL 147 & Lee Co, 54 at Farmville Church graveyard and surrounding areas, 32.66597 -85.48995

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001176Word, David   1975-00-00
United States, Alabama, Dallas, Craig??

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001177Word, David   1975-02-20
United States, Alabama, Lee, Unknown Animal Swamp

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001178Word, David   1975-08-13
United States, Alabama, Lee, Farmville Church cemetery, Hwy. 147, 32.66597 -85.48995

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001179Word, David   1974-10-20
United States, Alabama, Blount, Horsepens 40, U.S.Hwy. 231, 5 mi. W. of Jct. I-59

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001180Word, David   1976-04-02
United States, Alabama, De Kalb, LITTLE RIVER CANYON

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001181Word, David   1974-11-04
United States, Alabama, Lee, Lee Co. 54 at the Farmville Church Cemetery and surrounding area, 32.66597 -85.48995

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001182Word, David   1976-04-02
United States, Alabama, Randolph, Bald Rock, near Wadley, A1

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001183Word, David   1974-11-11
United States, Alabama, Russell, 1 mi. S of Society Hill on dirt road (Jct. hwy. 80).

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001184Word, David   1974-11-18
United States, Alabama, Russell, 1 mi. S of Society Hill

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001185Word, David   1974-10-13
United States, Alabama, Lee, Fisheries pond #1

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001186Word, David   1976-04-24
United States, Alabama, Barbour, 20 yds. south of the Barbour Co. line (on Al. 169)

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001187Word, David   1975-02-02
United States, Alabama, Hale, 8 mi. S of Greensboro, AL on Hwy. 89 at State Cattle farm Ranch

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001188Word, David   1974-12-02
United States, Alabama, Perry, 5 mi. W of Marion, on Hwy. 14

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001189Word, David   1975-03-02
United States, Alabama, Henry, Buck's Pond

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001190Word, David   1975-11-15
United States, Alabama, Lee, 1.5 mi. S. of Jct. Lee Co. 12 & Lee Co. 43 on Lee 43. At Mill Pond Ck. on Lake Ogletree Rd.

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001192Word, David   1974-10-16
United States, Alabama, Lee, 400 block of N. College St, Auburn

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0002772Lendemer, James C.   2017-05-05
United States, Alabama, Jackson, James D. Martin-Skyline Wildlife Management Area, between Money Hollow Rd and AL79, 0.1 mi N of jct of Money Hollow Rd. and Tate Cove Rd., 34.9408333333 -86.0825, 495m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0003603Hansen, Curtis J.   2006-06-02
United States, Alabama, Jackson, Along Walls of Jericho trail to Turkey Creek from parking area 1.2 mi S of Tennessee State line on AL 79; ca 4.5 mi N of Hytop, AL., 34.97712 -86.08174, 539m


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