Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium at Louisiana State University
(LSU:Lichens)
Catalog #: LSU00134964
Occurrence ID (GUID): 13c48c83-55c3-4041-817b-ce8c55609d51
Secondary Catalog #: 204071
Taxon: Canoparmelia salacinifera (Hale) Elix & Hale
Family: Parmeliaceae
Determiner: Shirley C. Tucker (2015)
ID Remarks: Foliose lichens collected from branches of dead sand pine.
Collector: William J. Platt   14018 C   
Date: 2014-10-10
Verbatim Date: 10-Oct-14
Locality: United States, Florida, Franklin, Bald Point State Park; on old sand dune about 2 km from Alligator Bay.
29.9226  -84.379
Verbatim Coordinates: 29.9226, -84.379
Elevation: 3 meters Verbatim Elevation: 3 meters
Habitat: Coastal Sand Pine Scrub on old sand dune not recently affected by a hurricane; Overstory of dense Pinus clausa, understory trees of Quercus geminata, Shrub layer of Quercus geminata, Q. myrtifolia, Vaccinium arboreum & V. stamineum, Serenoa repens; Vegetation continuous with 5% bare sand.
Substrate: on Pinus clausa
Notes: Recollection of lichens from plots first sampled in 1992. William J. Platt Sand Pine Study Plot #2 at Bald Point State Park; details on file at FL DEP Region 1 Office; Details of site and study in following: Drewa, P. B., W. J. Platt, C. Kwit, and T. W. Doyle. 2008. Stand structure and dynamics of sand pine differ between the Florida panhandle and peninsula. Plant Ecology 196:15-25.
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Record ID: 13c48c83-55c3-4041-817b-ce8c55609d51
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Jennifer S. Kluse, Collections Manager (jkluse@lsu.edu)
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