Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Collemopsidium halodytes (Pyrenocollema halodytes, Arthopyrenia halodytes, Arthopyrenia gyalectoides, Arthopyrenia halodytes f. fusca, Arthopyrenia halodytes f. halodytes, Arthopyrenia halodytes var. halodytes, Arthopyrenia halodytes var. hollii, Arthopyrenia halodytes var. tenuicula, Arthopyrenia kelpii, Thelidium halodytes, Verrucaria halodytes, Verrucaria kelpii, Leiophloea halodytes, Paraphysothele halodytes, Pseudarthopyrenia gyalectoidea, Pseudarthopyrenia gyalectoides, Thelidium halodytes f. halodytes, Thelidium halodytes f. tenuiculum, Paraphysothele halodytes f. fusca, Paraphysothele halodytes f. halodytes, Paraphysothele halodytes f. tenuicula)
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Boston Harbor Island; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden

Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
02857590E. Lay   01-02652001-05-25
United States of America, Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Boston Harbor Island. Hangman Island. In the middle of Quincy Bay., 42.290378 -70.970325

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