Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Melanohalea septentrionalis (Melanelia septentrionalis, Parmelia septentrionalis, Parmelia olivacea var. septentrionalis, Staurothele septentrionalis)
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
540979T.H. Nash III   132181976-07-01
USA, Alaska, North Slope, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, 68.1333333 -151.75, 700m

ASU
540923T.H. Nash III   132191976-07-01
USA, Alaska, North Slope, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, 68.1333333 -151.75, 700m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
G. Llano   237a1949-07-24
United States, Alaska, Anaktuvuk pass, outlet of lake toluga, 800 - 800m

US:Lichens
G. Llano   369a1949-07-00
United States, Alaska, Anaktuvuk pass, about 4 mi s from toluga lake, west wall, 1000 - 1000m

US:Lichens
G. Llano   462a1949-07-00
United States, Alaska, Anaktuvuk pass, on west side of pass, 800 - 800m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0027598T.H. Nash III   132191976-07-00
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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Google Map

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