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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA:Lichens
Trapeliopsis granulosa (Hoffm.) Lumbsch
AUA-L-0001623Hansen, Curtis J.   2003-07-31
United States, North Carolina, Jackson, Panthertown Creek, Panthertown Valley, Nantahala National Forest, 35.167222 -83.015278, 1113m

AUA:Lichens
Trapeliopsis viridescens (Schrader) Coppins & P. James
AUA-L-0001624Hansen, 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
Trapeliopsis Hertel & Gotth. Schneid.
AUA-L-0001625Hansen, Curtis J.   2004-06-10
United States, Maine, Washington, Quarry site, just NW of the Humboldt Field Research Institute; at the corner of Eagle Hill Rd. and Mogador Rd.; south of Steuben, ME, 44.462778 -67.936111, 37m

AUA:Lichens
Trapeliopsis granulosa (Hoffm.) Lumbsch
AUA-L-0001622Hansen, Curtis J.   2004-06-10
United States, Maine, Washington, 'Grand Canyon' site at the Humboldt Field Research Institute; south of Steuben, 44.458889 -67.928889, 55m

AUA:Lichens
Trapeliopsis granulosa (Hoffm.) Lumbsch
AUA-L-0001621Dutton, D. Lewis   1921-08-20
United States, Vermont, Windsor, Region Mt. Horrid; Rochester, 43.87451 -72.80789, 762m

AUA:Lichens
Trapeliopsis flexuosa (Fr.) Coppins & P. James
AUA-L-0003131Anonymous   2017-03-29
United States, Alabama, Chilton, Talladega National Forest, E slopes of Perry Mountain, Blue Branch of Boggles Creek, FSR307 ~5.5 mi S of jct w/ AL183., 32.7553 -86.9517

AUA:Lichens
Trapeliopsis flexuosa (Fr.) Coppins & P. James
AUA-L-0002740Lendemer, James C.   2017-05-19
United States, Alabama, Jackson, James D. Martin-Skyline Wildlife Management Area, S of Money Rd. 0.3 mi E of jct w/ Poplar Springs Rd, 1.5 mi W of jct w/ CR244., 34.8805555556 -96.125, 528m


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