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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA
Fuscopannaria leucosticta (Tuck.) P.M. Jørg.
AUA-L-0000639C. J. Hansen   03-4052003-08-04
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Cliffside Lake Trail. Nantahala National Forest, 35.078333 -83.236667, 1036m

AUA
Fuscopannaria leucosticta (Tuck.) P.M. Jørg.
AUA-L-0000637C. J. Hansen   19802005-08-04
United States, Alabama, Cleburne, Rattlesnake Mtn. in the Choccolocco Wildlife Management Area, Talladega National Forest; ca. 5 miles down FS Rd. 529 at large rock faces and outcrops, 33.754167 -85.634444, 338m

AUA
Fuscopannaria leucosticta (Tuck.) P.M. Jørg.
AUA-L-0000638C. J. Hansen   20322005-08-05
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
Parmeliella triptophylla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
AUA-L-0001196C.J. Hansen   14682004-06-08
United States, Maine, Hancock, Along trail leading to Lead Mountain; ca. 0.5 air miles NW of Bear Pond, (7.5 min.), 44.858333 -68.102222, 260m

AUA
Pannaria tavaresii P.M. Jørg.
AUA-L-0001168C. J. Hansen   19282005-07-23
United States, Alabama, Cleburne, At Pine Glen Campground (public) in the Choccolocco Wildlife Management Area of the Talladega National Forest; ca. 5 air mi NNW of Heflin; on flood plain of Shoal Creek., 33.724167 -85.601944, 290m

AUA
Pannaria tavaresii P.M. Jørg.
AUA-L-0001169C. J. Hansen   30022007-04-14
United States, Alabama, Covington, Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, ca. 2.5 miles N of main office on Center Rd, cave site on bank of Conecuh River. Auburn University, 31.18661 -86.69711, 82m

AUA
AUA-L-0001193C. J. Hansen   21492006-04-29
United States, North Carolina, Jackson, Near parking of east entrance to Panthertown Valley, Cold Mountain Gap in Jackson Co. nearly on the Transylvania Co. line. Nantahala N.F., 35.1577 -82.99877, 1219m

AUA
Parmeliella triptophylla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
AUA-L-0001194C. J. Hansen   20232005-08-05
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
Parmeliella triptophylla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
AUA-L-0001195C. J. Hansen   30042007-04-14
United States, Alabama, Covington, Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, ca. 2.5 miles N of main office on Center Rd, cave site on bank of Conecuh River. Auburn University, 31.18661 -86.69711, 82m

AUA
Parmeliella triptophylla (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
AUA-L-0001197C. J. Hansen   21042006-04-29
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Highlands, in woods along road to Sunset Rocks; across the street from the Highlands Biological Station, 35.05114 -83.18695, 1173m

AUA
Protopannaria pezizoides (Weber) P. M Jørg. & S. Ekman
AUA-L-0000805C.J. Hansen   15452004-06-11
United States, Maine, Washington, South of Millbridge, ME, in the Petit Manan NWR; along the shoreline trail; across from (west) Bois Bobert Island, 2m

AUA
Protopannaria pezizoides (Weber) P. M Jørg. & S. Ekman
AUA-L-0000806Robert S. Egan   165722004-08-01
United States, Utah, Summit, Unita Mountains, Mirror Lake Campground off Route 150, Wasatch National Forest, 40.70083 -110.88444, 3078m

AUA
Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
AUA-L-0000828C. J. Hansen   16172004-08-06
United States, Utah, Wayne, Boulder Mtn. Plateau, along USFS Road 1781, 0.4 mi E of Government Point trailhead, ca. 9 air miles SSW of Teasdale, UT. Dixie National Forest., 38.160556 -111.529167

AUA
Psoroma hypnorum (Vahl) Gray
AUA-L-0000829Robert S. Egan   166822004-08-06
United States, Utah, Wayne, S of the town of Torrey on Boulder Mountain Plateau along USFS Route 1781; Dixie National Forest. ABLS Foray Stop 4, 38.160556 -111.529167, 3353m


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