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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001588Egan, Robert S.   2004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness Area, N end of Simpson Lake, N of Economy on Hwy 2, 45.52222 -63.94, 280m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001586Dutton, D. Lewis   1920-10-03
United States, Vermont, Windsor, Region Mt. Horrid; Rochester, 43.87451 -72.80789, 762m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001590Egan, Robert S.   2004-05-16
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Five Islands Provincial Park, N of Bentley Branch Road, 1.5 km SW of the town of Five Islands (on Hwy 2)., 45.40083 -64.035, 30m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001587Dutton, D. Lewis   1922-11-11
United States, Vermont, Rutland, Brandon, 43.79812 -73.08761

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001589Hansen, Curtis J.   2004-06-11
United States, Maine, Washington, South of Millbridge, ME, in the Petit Manan NWR; just NE of the trailhead parking lot, at granite outcrop, 44.433889 -67.895833, 15m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001591Dutton, D. Lewis   1922-06-20
United States, Vermont, Chittenden, The Chin, Moutn Mansfield, 1219m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001583Dutton, D. Lewis   1921-07-30
United States, Vermont, Rutland, Sherburne; Regions Falls Hill, 427m

AUA:Lichens
AUA-L-0001584Hansen, 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-0001585Dutton, D. Lewis   1921-08-20
United States, Vermont, Windsor, Mt. Horrid, Rochester, 43.87451 -72.80789, 823m


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Google Map

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