Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agonimia gelatinosa (Polyblastia gelatinosa, Chromatochlamys gelatinosa, Endocarpon gelatinosum, Polyblastia nigrata, Pyrenula gelatinosa, Verrucaria gelatinosa, Verrucaria nigrata, Amphoroblastia gelatinosa, Amphoroblastia nigrata, Sphaeromphale nigrata)
Search Criteria: Alaska; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Michigan State University

Agonimia gelatinosa (Ach.) Brand & Diederich
MSC0057205Fryday, A. M   81372001-07-13
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Arctic Alaska; Atqasuk: Beside River, 70.4625015 -157.3580627, 20m

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium

Polyblastia gelatinosa (Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:13020unknown   1985-08-21
United States, Alaska, Bering Strait District: Vicinity of the Kukpuk River

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Agonimia gelatinosa (Ach.) Brand & Diederich
WIS-L-0038578John W. Thomson   61491958-07-23
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Nunivak slough west of Point Barrow, 71.383333 -156.45

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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