Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lobothallia melanaspis (Lecanora melanaspis, Aspicilia melanaspis, Lecanora melanaspis f. melanaspis, Lecanora melanaspis f. tenebrica, Lecanora melanaspis var. melanaspis, Parmelia melanaspis, Parmularia melanaspis, Lichen melanaspis, Parmularia melanaspis f. intestiniformis, Parmularia melanaspis f. melanaspis, Placodium melanaspis, Placolecanora melanaspis, Squamaria melanaspis, Placodium melanaspis var. melanaspis)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANL
Lobothallia melanaspis (Ach.) Hafellner
CANL 119246Thomson, John W.; Ahti, Teuvo T.   209941967-07-29
United States, Alaska, Sheep Mountain, Mile 113, Glenn Hwy., 61.833333 -147.5, 1524m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Lobothallia melanaspis (Ach.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0081105John W. Thomson   209941967-07-29
United States, Alaska, Sheep Mountain, at Mile 113 along the Glenn Hwy., 61.834444 -147.509722

WIS
Lobothallia melanaspis (Ach.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0081106John W. Thomson   107511958-08-06
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Valley of the Okpilak River at Okpilak Lake near Mt. Michelson, 69.566667 -144.083333

WIS
Lobothallia melanaspis (Ach.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0081107John W. Thomson   106611958-08-05
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Valley of the Okpilak River at Okpilak Lake near Mt. Michelson, 69.566667 -144.083333

WIS
Lobothallia melanaspis (Ach.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0081111Mile Williams   s.n.1973-08-00
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Point Barrow, 71.383333 -156.45


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