Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sphaerophorus globosus (Sphaerophorus coralloides, Sphaerophorus globiferus, Sphaerophorus globosus f. congestus, Stereocaulon compressum, Stereocaulon globiferum, Lichen globiferus, Lichen globosus, Sphaerophorus coralloides f. coralloides, Sphaerophorus coralloides f. pulvinatus, Sphaerophorus coralloides var. congestus, Sphaerophorus coralloides var. coralloides, Sphaerophorus coralloides var. lacunosus, Sphaerophorus coralloides var. laxus, Sphaerophorus globiferus f. globiferus, Sphaerophorus globiferus f. polycladus, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. congestus, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. depauperatus, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. globiferus, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. lacunosus, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. palmanus, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. polycladum, Sphaerophorus globiferus var. versicolor, Coralloides globiferum), Sphaerophorus globosus var. gracilis, Sphaerophorus globosus f. globosus, Sphaerophorus globosus f. pulvinatus, Sphaerophorus globosus var. congestus, Sphaerophorus globosus var. globosus, Sphaerophorus globosus var. lacunosus, Sphaerophorus globosus var. recurvus, Sphaerophorus globosus var. versicolor
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
559940T.H. Nash III   146371977-06-22
USA, Alaska, Denali Highway, ca. 72 km W of Paxson, 63.1166667 -146.5

University of Idaho

Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
ID-L-0007855T.H. Nash III   146371977-06-22
USA, Alaska, along Denali Highway, ca. 72 km W of Paxson, 63.1166667 -146.5

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Google Map

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