Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Calvitimela armeniaca (Tephromela armeniaca, Lecidea armeniaca, Lecidea armeniaca f. aglaeoides, Lecidea armeniaca f. armeniaca, Lecidea armeniaca f. laevigata, Lecidea armeniaca f. leucomelaena, Lecidea armeniaca subsp. arctogena, Lecidea armeniaca subsp. armeniaca, Lecidea armeniaca subsp. kaikuensis, Lecidea armeniaca var. armeniaca, Lecidea armeniaca var. laevigata, Lecidella armeniaca, Psora armeniaca, Rhizocarpon armeniacum, Urceolaria armeniaca, Lichen armeniacus, Oedemocarpus armeniacus, Patellaria armeniaca)
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Tephromela armeniaca (DC.) Hertel & Rambold
565797T.H. Nash III   130861976-07-31
USA, Alaska, North Slope, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, 68.1333333 -151.75, 700m

Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Tephromela armeniaca (DC.) Hertel & Rambold
692082Nash, T.; Moser   130861976-07-00
United States, Alaska, Endicott Mountains, Anaktuvuk Pass; Gates of the Arctic National Park, 68.13333333 -151.75

Brigham Young University


BRY
CALVITIMELA ARMENIACA (DC.) Hafellner
BRY-L-0002079T. J. Moser   130861976-07-00
United States, Alaska, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve: Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, Anaktuvuk Pass., 68.133333 -151.75, 701m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Calvitimela armeniaca (DC.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0014160T.H. Nash III   130861976-07-31
United States, Alaska, North Slope Borough, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, 68.1333333 -151.75, 700m


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