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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0000861England, J. Kevin   2014-02-08
United States, Alabama, Marion, 3.53 air mi. NW of Eldridge. Along S side of Co. Rd. 30 (New River Rd.) approx. 0.09 mi. NW of jct with Fern Springs Rd., 33.9688 -87.64534

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0000862Hansen, Curtis J.   2004-06-07
United States, Maine, Hancock, Along trail to Black Mountain, from Black Mountain Rd, off of Maine Hwy. 183; South of Tunk Lake; on trail to Black Mountain., 44.58 -68.105833, 110 - 220m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0000863Hansen, Curtis J.   2006-04-29
United States, North Carolina, Jackson, Little Green Mountain, overlooking Panthertown Valley, Nantahala N.F. North Carolina, 35.16439 -83.01388, 1219m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0003826Hansen, Curtis J.   2018-09-22
United States, Alabama, Randolph, Flat Rock Park; 6.7 air mi ESE of Lineville; 2.6 air mi NE of Cragford; 0.3 mi E of Clay/Randolph Co. line. Alabama Power Co., 33.282251 -85.644303, 250m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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