Dataset: AUA
Taxa: Ochrolechiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA
AUA-L-0001151C. J. Hansen   03-94a2003-04-11
United States, Alabama, Lee, Across railroad tracks behind Opelika High School, at collector's residence, 202 Highland Ave, Opelika, 32.6675 -85.372222, 253m

AUA
Ochrolechia arborea (Kreyer) Almb.
AUA-L-0001153C.J. Hansen   15052004-06-10
United States, Maine, Washington, In woods along Eagle Hill Rd; Eagle Hill and the Humboldt Field Research Institute, south of Steuben, 44.459444 -67.932778, 46m

AUA
AUA-L-0001154C. J. Hansen   19022005-07-22
United States, Alabama, Calhoun, Along FS Rd. 500 (Duggar Mtn. Rd.) near the intersection with FS Rd. 539; gentle NW-facing slope, ca. 3.3 km ENE of Oakey Mtn, Talladega National Forest., 33.891944 -85.548056, 396m

AUA
AUA-L-0001155C. J. Hansen   28162007-03-29
United States, Alabama, Bullock, Wehle Tract, ca. 4.8 mi SE of Midway, AL on Pleasant Hill Rd. State Lands Division. Forever Wild Land Tract; near covered bridge, along Twin Creek., 107m

AUA
AUA-L-0001156C. J. Hansen   27542007-02-10
United States, Alabama, Escambia, Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, ca. 2.5 miles N of main office on Center Rd, off River Bluff Rd. Auburn University, 31.18903 -86.7091, 43m

AUA
AUA-L-0001157C. J. Hansen   30902007-08-09
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Sipsey Swamp tract, S of Elrod, AL; just N of Tract Rd 10, past intersection with Tract Rd 2; State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land Tract, 33.23862 -87.77829, 67m

AUA
AUA-L-0001158C. J. Hansen   31942007-08-09
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Sipsey Swamp tract, S of Elrod, AL; on central road through tract. State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land Tract, 33.22268 -87.78309, 61m

AUA
AUA-L-0001159C. J. Hansen   25062006-07-12
United States, Georgia, Jasper, Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, 6.5 km S of Mansfield, GA; deciduous wooded slope S of CEWC; (WGS84)., 33.44106 -83.72722, 189m

AUA
AUA-L-0001160C.J. Hansen   14392004-06-07
United States, Maine, Hancock, Along trail to Black Mountain, from Black Mountain Rd, off of Maine Hwy. 183; South of Tunk Lake, 44.578333 -68.104444

AUA
AUA-L-0001161C. J. Hansen   14822004-06-08
United States, Maine, Hancock, Along trail leading to Lead Mountain; ca. 0.5 air miles NW of Bear Pond, 44.858333 -68.102222, 260m

AUA
Ochrolechia A. Massal.
AUA-L-0001162C. J. Hansen   28272007-03-29
United States, Alabama, Bullock, Wehle Tract, ca. 4.8 mi SE of Midway, AL on Pleasant Hill Rd. State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land Tract; near cabins, 32.03498 -85.47462, 137m

AUA
Varicellaria velata (Turner) Schmitt & Lumbsch
AUA-L-0001850C. J. Hansen   20072005-08-05
United States, Alabama, Cleburne, At junction of FS Roads 548 and 543 (road to Hunt Camp), E-side of 548 on E-facing slope of mixed hardwoods, Talladega National Forest, 33.720556 -85.560833, 396m

AUA
Varicellaria velata (Turner) Schmitt & Lumbsch
AUA-L-0001851Robert S. Egan   164232004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness Area, N end of Simpson Lake, N of Economy on Hwy 2, 45.52222 -63.94, 280m


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