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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
AUA-L-0001743Hansen, Curtis J.   2007-03-29
United States, Alabama, Bullock, Wehle Tract, ca. 4.8 mi SE of Midway, on Pleasant Hill Rd. State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land Tract, along Twin Creek., 32.03189 -85.46295, 107m

AUA:Lichens
Ramboldia blochiana Lendemer & R. C. Harris
AUA-L-0003116Anonymous   2017-03-28
United States, Alabama, Clay, Talladega National Forest, Hollins Wildlife Management Area, Rebecca Mountain, S of AL148 at jct with FS 607 and Pinhoti trail., 33.194722 -86.063889

AUA:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
AUA-L-0003376Hansen, Curtis J.   2017-04-01
United States, Alabama, Lee, Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve, Auburn, AL; 1.25 mi S on AL Hwy 147 (N. College St.) from intersection with US Hwy 280. Auburn University., 32.662024 -85.486715

AUA:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
AUA-L-0004074Hansen, Curtis J.   2022-03-16
United States, Mississippi, George, Harvell & Pellerree Jackson Sandhills Preserve (TNC); 4.78 air mi. NW of Lucedale, along S side of Palestine Garden Rd, approx. 1.37 mi. SSE of jct. with Allen Rd. and Ford James Rd., 30.988975 -88.620404, 73m

AUA:Lichens
Ramboldia russula (Ach.) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix
AUA-L-0002008Waters, Dennis P.   2017-03-29
United States, Alabama, Bibb, Talladega Natl. Forest; Cave Mountain Branch of Blue Girth Creek; W of Cave Mountain, E of FS RD 743, 0.5 mi S of CR80/Peach Orchard Rd., 32.8713888889 -87.2936111111, 101m


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