Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (Micarea chrysophthalma)
Search Criteria: Alaska; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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University Museum of Bergen


BG
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James &
72412/1T. Tønsberg   154831991-05-16
United States, Alaska, Kodiak Island Borough, Kodiak Island E, S of Isthmus Bay, bank of Roslyn Cr, 57.6167 -152.3233

BG
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James &
100596/1T. Tønsberg   450732015-07-05
United States, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park, West shore of Beauty Bay [United States, ALASKA, KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH], 59.5413 -150.6652

BG
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James &
101009/1T. Tønsberg   455292015-07-10
United States, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park, near pond at north end of Three Hole Bay off Aialik Bay [United States, ALASKA, KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH], 59.787 -149.604

BG
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James &
70510/1T. Tønsberg, K. Dillman   300462001-06-02
United States, Alaska, Tongass Nat. Forest, Prince of Wales Island NE, Neck Lake S, 56.0967 -133.1867

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James & J. R. Laundon
UAMb:Herb:52801Karen Dillman   2001-1902001-06-02
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales Island, Neck Lake, S side of lake., 56.1028 -133.1786, 50 - 50m

ALA
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James & J. R. Laundon
UAMb:Herb:52802Karen Dillman   2001-2502001-06-18
United States, Alaska, Revillagigedo Island, Behm Canal, near Fire Cove, edge of muskeg., 55.7515 -131.6187, 30 - 30m

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
Chrysothrix chrysophthalma (P. James) P. James & J.R. Laundon
WTU-L-008864T. Tonsberg, K. Dillmann   30046dulp.2001-06-02
U.S.A., Alaska, Tongass National Forest, Prince of Wales Island Northeast, Neck Lake South., 56.096667 -133.186667, 30m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.