Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Trapelia glebulosa (Lecidea glebulosa, Lecidea gregaria, Lecidea ornata, Lecidea coarctata f. glebulosa, Lecidea coarctata var. glebulosa, Lepidoma glebulosum, Psora glebulosa, Biatora coarctata var. glebulosa, Lichen glebulosus, Patellaria glebulosa)
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


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Trapelia glebulosa (Sm.) J. R. Laundon
1181347J. C. Lendemer   250052010-06-04
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Town of Hancock, Pittsfield State Forest, summit of Berry Mountain, Berry Pond Circuit Road ~2.25 mi NW of park entrance, 42.5086 -73.3194, 652 - 652m

NY
Trapelia glebulosa (Sm.) J. R. Laundon
1410550R. C. Harris   422261998-09-18
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Town of Cheshire, abandoned limestone quarry and adjacent mixed hardwoods E of Lanesborough Road, along Pettibone Brook, 42.55 -73.2, 410 - 450m

NY
Trapelia glebulosa (Sm.) J. R. Laundon
1410552R. C. Harris   364531995-05-06
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Town of Ashford, Mt. Greylock State Reservation, along Rockwood Road on roadcut S of Sperry Road, 42.63 -73.18, 885 - 885m


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Google Map

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