Dataset: UBC-lichen
Taxa: Pezizomycotina_family_incertae_sedis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC:lichen
Eopyrenula R.C. Harris
L7607B. Fink   5171895-12-04
United States, Iowa, fayette

UBC:lichen
L51310R. Rosie   9711986-07-21
Canada, Yukon Territory, Mount Haldane, northwest of Mayo, 63.88 -135.77, 1740m

UBC:lichen
Eopyrenula parvispora R.C.Harris & Aptroot
L35474I.M. Brodo, M. Shchepanek   121011967-07-21
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Is.: Talunkwan Island. S of Louise Island. Thurston Harbour., 53.26 -132.09

UBC:lichen
Pyrenocollema halodytes (Nyl.) R.C.Harris
L38506M.S. Christiansen   663541966-07-15
France, Aquitaine, St. Jean de Luz, Pyrenees-Atlantiques

UBC:lichen
Pyrenocollema halodytes (Nyl.) R.C.Harris
L48884W.J. Noble, A.M. Crane   58141976-06-03
Canada, British Columbia, Cordova Bay, 6 miles north of Victoria, Vancouver Island, 48.54 -123.4

UBC:lichen
Lichenosticta alcicornaria (Linds.) D.Hawksw.
L23193Trevor Goward, W.B. Schofield   82-2381982-05-21
Canada, British Columbia, burns bog, S of vancouver (nt), open heath with ledum groenlandicum & hummock-hollow topography, 49.25 -123.12

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L46257Curtis Björk   121922006-02-27
Canada, British Columbia, Edgewood West, Wells Gray Provincial Park, Trout Creek Canyon, 49.08 -116.45

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L46269Curtis Björk   130422006-07-01
United States, Idaho

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L46302Curtis Björk   143812007-04-20
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park: connector road from Battle Mt Rd to Nakiska Ranch., 53.1 -121.57

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L46304Curtis Björk, J. Hope   147392007-08-01
Canada, British Columbia, Coast Ranges, Southgate Valley: Mouth of the Southgate Canyon, shortly upstream from the Bishop River confluence, 50.98 -124.37

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L46927Curtis R Bjork   128442006-06-23
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park. Edgewood West, djacent to the Eriophorum scheuchzeri fen, 51.88 -120

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L46990Curtis R Bjork, Kyle Simpson   144362007-06-00
Canada, British Columbia, Fraser Canyon. Campsite on Gilt/Anderson area, 49.83 -121.3

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L47340Curtis R Bjork, Trevor Goward   180492009-05-07
Canada, British Columbia, Fraser Canyon. Slopes on west side of Fraser Canyon, immediately north of Sailor Bar Tunnel. Humid, open to closed forest and talus slopes, well ventillated and well lit, 49.64 -121.41, 100 - 200m

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L47708Curtis R Bjork   81832003-02-12
United States, Idaho, Benewah County. Heyburn State Park, forest along Cottonwood Creek, 47.37 -116.79, 900m

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L64028Trevor Goward   06-10572006-09-26
Canada, British Columbia, Above Mansion on Nicola Lake, 50.1 -120.6, 709m

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L52084Curtis R. Bjork   217332010-10-29
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park, northeast of the Nakiska Ranch, about 30 km north of Clearwater, on crown land, 51.9151 -120.006, 740m

UBC:lichen
Biatoridium delitescens (Arnold) Hafellner
L52025Curtis R. Bjork   193072009-08-21
Canada, British Columbia, West Kootenays, Glacier National Park, Beaver Valley Trail, at Grizzly Creek crossing, 51.34 -117.4, 980m

UBC:lichen
L47192Curtis R Bjork   258462012-04-28
Canada, British Columbia, Wells Gray Provincial Park area. Dawson Falls, north bank of the Murtle River, 51.92 -120.2

UBC:lichen
L62167T. Spribille, and D. Radies   02-17722002-10-04
Canada, British Columbia, Near headwaters of Hungary Creek, Robson Valley, 53.9 -120.6, 1000m

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Epicladonia sandstedei (Zopf) D.Hawksw.
L31451Trevor Goward   94-7201994-08-28
Canada, British Columbia, sicamous creek research area, 10 km ese of sicamous, oldgrowth forest, 50.83 -118.99, 1550m

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Epicladonia sandstedei (Zopf) D.Hawksw.
L19486J. Pojar   11781975-07-15
Canada, British Columbia, along west side of connector creek, 0.2 km north east of u.b.c. cabin., 54.22 -123.09, 1280m

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Kalchbrenneriella cyanescens (Kalchbr.) Diederich & M.S.Christ
L24035Trevor Goward   84-12481984-05-00
Canada, Alberta, Banff National Park: Tunnel Mountain, 51.18 -115.55

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Lichenopuccinia poeltii D.Hawksw. & Hafelln.
L27980Trevor Goward, H. Knight   92-3021992-07-12
Canada, British Columbia, Kispiox area: ca. 9 km NNW of Town, N of Date Creek, 55.38 -127.69, 510m

UBC:lichen
Xanthoriicola physciae (Kalchbr.) D.Hawksw.
L3606H. Doppelbaur   s.n.1964-02-25
Germany, southern bavaria, landkreis gunzburg: rofingen, road towards burgau

UBC:lichen
Xanthoriicola physciae (Kalchbr.) D.Hawksw.
L37330V. Alstrup   s.n.1996-05-04
Denmark, Jylland: Livo, NW of the harbour.

UBC:lichen
Cheiromycina petri D. Hawksw. & Poelt
L52394Curtis R. Bjork, Ben Andrew, Tomasz Gradowski   365962014-08-18
Canada, British Columbia, Northwest British Columbia, Skeena Mountains, ca. 5.5 km northeast of Devil's Claw Mountain, slopes above the Skeena River, 56.93 -128.36

UBC:lichen
Cheiromycina petri D. Hawksw. & Poelt
L52329Curtis R. Bjork, Ben Andrew, Tomasz Gradowski   364792014-08-17
Canada, British Columbia, Northwest British Columbia, Skeena Mountains, ca. 6-7 km west of Devil's Claw Mountain, 56.92 -128.312

UBC:lichen
Cheiromycina petri D. Hawksw. & Poelt
L52429Curtis R. Bjork, Natasha Bush, Tomasz Gradowski   367732014-08-20
Canada, British Columbia, Northwest British Columbia, Skeena Mountains, ca. 14 km southwest of Kluatantan Peak 3 in the headwaters of the Kluatantan River, 57 -128.24


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