Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hymenelia epulotica (Ionaspis epulotica, Lecanora epulotica, Aspicilia epulotica, Biatora epulotica, Gyalecta epulotica, Ionaspis epulotica f. epulotica, Ionaspis epulotica f. patellula, Ionaspis epulotica var. cinerascens, Ionaspis epulotica var. confluens, Ionaspis epulotica var. crustosa, Ionaspis epulotica var. depauperata, Ionaspis epulotica var. epulotica, Ionaspis epulotica var. macrocarpa, Ionaspis epulotica var. patellula, Ionaspis epulotica var. superficiale, Ionaspis epulotica var. varians, Lecidea epulotica, Gyalecta epulotica f. epulotica, Gyalecta epulotica f. superficialis, Gyalecta epulotica f. varians, Gyalecta epulotica var. confluens, Gyalecta epulotica var. epulotica, Pinacisca epulotica), Hymenelia epulotica var. epulotica
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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