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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


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AUA-L-0001028C.J. Hansen   31382007-08-09
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Sipsey Swamp tract, S of Elrod, AL; on central road through tract. State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land Tract; (WGS84)., 33.20269 -87.79482, 67m

AUA
AUA-L-0001026C. J. Hansen   21672006-05-13
United States, Alabama, DeKalb, Alpine Camp for Boys, De Soto State Park, ca. 7 air miles NE of downtown Ft. Payne, (7.5 min ); (WGS84). above W-fork of Little River along steep rock wall, 34.50088 -85.61391, 427m

AUA
Lepraria membranacea (Dicks.) Vain.
AUA-L-0001037C. J. Hansen   19562005-08-04
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
AUA-L-0001030C.J. Hansen   14782004-06-08
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
AUA-L-0001039C. J. Hansen   31752007-08-09
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-0001027C. J. Hansen   21892006-05-13
United States, Alabama, DeKalb, Alpine Camp for Boys, De Soto State Park, ca. 7 air miles NE of downtown Ft. Payne, (7.5 min.); (WGS84)., 34.50307 -85.60918, 469m

AUA
AUA-L-0001029C. J. Hansen   32062007-08-09
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Sipsey Swamp tract, S of Elrod, AL; at southern gate near river. State Lands Division, Forever Wild Land Tract; (WGS84)., 33.18902 -87.80854, 58m

AUA
Lepraria normandinoides Lendemer & R.C. Harris
AUA-L-0001038C. J. Hansen   
United States, North Carolina, Transylvania, detailed locality information protected

AUA
AUA-L-0001031C. J. Hansen   03-2572003-07-30
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Highlands Biological Station and Ravenel Lake, Highlands, 35.054444 -83.189167, 1158m

AUA
Lepraria membranacea (Dicks.) Vain.
AUA-L-0001036C. J. Hansen   18552005-07-21
United States, Alabama, Cleburne, ca. 5 mi ESE of Piedmont, AL, on CR 94, ca. 1.6 mi from the intersection of CR 70 at 2nd bridge (closed) over Terrapin Creek; along creek and rock faces adjacent to road, Talladega National Forest., 33.906667 -85.520833, 232m

AUA
Lepraria membranacea (Dicks.) Vain.
AUA-L-0001035C. J. Hansen   03-1432003-07-23
United States, Alabama, Chambers, Wards Mill, ca. 5.8 NE of Lafayette, AL, on Co. Rd. 176, where it intersects Wells Creek, 32.97 -85.343333, 213m

AUA
AUA-L-0001032C. J. Hansen   19062005-07-22
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-0001023C. J. Hansen   28132007-03-29
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., 32.03189 -85.46295, 107m

AUA
AUA-L-0001024C. J. Hansen   03-1282003-07-23
United States, Alabama, Chambers, Wards Mill, ca. 5.8 NE of Lafayette, AL, on Co. Rd. 176, where it intersects Wells Creek, 32.97 -85.343333, 213m

AUA
Lepraria membranacea (Dicks.) Vain.
AUA-L-0001033C. J. Hansen   21692006-05-13
United States, Alabama, DeKalb, Alpine Camp for Boys, De Soto State Park, ca. 7 air miles NE of downtown Ft. Payne, (7 5 min); (WGS84), above W-fork of Little River along steep rock wall, 34.50088 -85.61391, 427m

AUA
Lepraria membranacea (Dicks.) Vain.
AUA-L-0001034C. J. Hansen   22062006-05-13
United States, Alabama, De Kalb, Alpine Camp for Boys, De Soto State Park, ca. 7 air miles NE of downtown Ft. Payne; along SE side of Lake Howard, near boat dock, 34.50613 -85.60938, 421m

AUA
AUA-L-0001025C. J. Hansen   19252005-07-23
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, AL. NW1/4, (7.5 min.); flood plain of Shoal Creek., 33.724167 -85.601944, 290m

AUA
Lepraria incana (L.) Ach.
AUA-L-0001022C.J. Hansen   03-4582003-08-07
United States, North Carolina, Swain, Wesser Quad, along Hwy 28, 35.306667 -83.503333, 671m

AUA
AUA-L-0001588Robert S. Egan   164022004-05-17
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Economy River Wilderness Area, N end of Simpson Lake, N of Economy on Hwy 2, 45.52222 -63.94, 280m

AUA
AUA-L-0001586D. Lewis Dutton   11251920-10-03
United States, Vermont, Region Mt. Horrid; Rochester, 762m

AUA
AUA-L-0001590Robert S. Egan   163742004-05-16
Canada, Nova Scotia, Colchester, Five Islands Provincial Park, N of Bentley Branch Road, 1.5 km SW of the town of Five Islands (on Hwy 2), 45.40083 -64.035, 30m

AUA
AUA-L-0001587D. Lewis Dutton   19351922-11-11
United States, Vermont, Rutland, Brandon

AUA
AUA-L-0001589C.J. Hansen   15312004-06-11
United States, Maine, Washington, South of Millbridge, ME, in the Petit Manan NWR; just NE of the trailhead parking lot, at granite outcrop, 44.433889 -67.895833, 15m

AUA
AUA-L-0001591D. Lewis Dutton   16721922-06-20
United States, Vermont, The Chin, Moutn Mansfield, 1219m

AUA
AUA-L-0001583D. Lewis Dutton   13161921-07-30
United States, Vermont, Region Falls Hill; Sherburne, 427m

AUA
AUA-L-0001584C.J. Hansen   14572004-06-07
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-0001585D. Lewis Dutton   13531921-08-20
United States, Vermont, Mt. Horrid, Rochester, 823m


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