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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA
AUA-L-0001751C. J. Hansen   14652004-06-08
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
AUA-L-0001749C. J. Hansen   15982004-08-06
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, 3353m

AUA
AUA-L-0001747C.J. Hansen   14622004-06-07
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
AUA-L-0001750C.J. Hansen   14322004-06-07
United States, Maine, Hancock, Along Black Mountain Rd, off of Maine Hwy. 183; South of Tunk Lake, along roadside, 44.561944 -68.118333

AUA
AUA-L-0001746C.J. Hansen   15302004-06-11
United States, Maine, Washington, South of Millbridge, ME, in the Petit Manan NWR; at granite outcrop just across (east) of the main parking lot, 44.439167 -67.893611, 15m

AUA
AUA-L-0001748C. J. Hansen   14992004-06-09
United States, Maine, Washington, ca. 7 km S of Millbridge, ME, at McClellan Park, facing Douglas Island Harbor, 44.485 -67.8525

AUA
AUA-L-0001745C. J. Hansen   14602004-06-07
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
AUA-L-0001744D. Lewis Dutton   5321911-04-07
United States, Vermont, Brandon

AUA
Rhizocarpon rubescens Th. Fr. (fide Fryday)
AUA-L-0001752C.J. Hansen   1529a2004-06-10
United States, Maine, Washington, 'Grand Canyon' site at the Humboldt Field Research Institute; south of Steuben, 55m


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Google Map

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