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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA
Micarea peliocarpa (Anzi) Coppins & R. Sant.
AUA-L-0001130C. J. Hansen   21372006-04-29
United States, North Carolina, Jackson, Little Green Mountain, overlooking Panthertown Valley, Nantahala N.F. North Carolina, 35.16439 -83.01388, 1219m

AUA
Leimonis erratica (Körb.) R.C. Harris & Lendemer
AUA-L-0001020C.J. Hansen   15192004-06-10
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, 44.462778 -67.936111, 37m

AUA
AUA-L-0001131C.J. Hansen   24812006-07-11
United States, Georgia, Jasper, Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, 6.5 km S of Mansfield, GA; along "Blue Trail" leading NW from Bldg. A, 33.462 -83.73476, 226m

AUA
Micarea peliocarpa (Anzi) Coppins & R. Sant.
AUA-L-0001129C.J. Hansen   15262004-06-10
United States, Maine, Washington, Grand Canyon' site at the Humboldt Field Research Institute; south of Steuben, 44.458889 -67.928889, 55m

AUA
Leimonis erratica (Körb.) R.C. Harris & Lendemer
AUA-L-0001018C. J. Hansen   29412007-04-12
United States, Alabama, Escambia, Little River State Forest; 9 mi N on SR 21 from intersection with 1-65 at Exit 57; west on dirt road into forest, 31.24487 -87.49464, 67m

AUA
AUA-L-0001132C.J. Hansen   15092004-06-10
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
Leimonis erratica (Körb.) R.C. Harris & Lendemer
AUA-L-0001019C.J. Hansen   15202004-06-10
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, 44.462778 -67.936111, 37m

AUA
Byssoloma meadii (Tuck.) S. Ekman
AUA-L-0000232C. J. Hansen   29422007-04-12
United States, Alabama, Escambia, Little River State Forest; 9 mi N on SR 21 from intersection with 1-65 at Exit 57; west on dirt road into forest, 31.24487 -87.49464, 67m

AUA
Byssoloma meadii (Tuck.) S. Ekman
AUA-L-0000233C. J. Hansen   27902007-03-29
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; along Twin Creek., 32.03189 -85.46295, 107m

AUA
Byssoloma meadii (Tuck.) S. Ekman
AUA-L-0000234C. J. Hansen   26882006-10-31
United States, Alabama, Lowndes, Riggins Tract, 4.5 air mi N of Lowndesboro, AL on New Point Landing Rd; Alabama State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land tract, 32.34379 -86.60237, 61m

AUA
Calopadia Vězda
AUA-L-0000236C. J. Hansen   2990A2007-04-14
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, 31.18719 -86.6971, 46m


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