Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ophioparma ventosa (Haematomma ventosum, Caloplaca pallidior, Haematomma ventosum f. ventosum, Haematomma ventosum subsp. ventosum, Haematomma ventosum var. subfestivum, Haematomma ventosum var. ventosum, Lecania ventosa, Lecanora pallidior, Lecanora ventosa, Parmelia ventosa, Rinodina ventosa, Callopisma pallidior, Caloplaca pallidior f. opaca, Caloplaca pallidior f. pallidior, Caloplaca pallidior var. opaca, Caloplaca pallidior var. pallidior, Gussonea ventosa, Lecanora ventosa var. subfestiva, Lecanora ventosa var. ventosa, Lepadolemma ventosum, Lichen ventosus, Parmelia ventosa var. lepadolemma, Parmelia ventosa var. ventosa, Patellaria ventosa, Zeora ventosa), Ophioparma ventosa var. ventosa, Ophioparma ventosa var. cuprigena
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Ophioparma ventosa (L.) Norman
PH00093509Thomas H. Nash III   131091976-07-00
USA, Alaska, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range., 68.089496 -151.459798, 700m

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

Ophioparma ventosa (L.) Norman
270142Nash, T.   131091976-07-00
United States, Alaska, Endicott Mountains, Anaktuvuk Pass; Gates of the Arctic National Park, 68.13333333 -151.75

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