Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Arthopyrenia analepta (Arthopyrenia fallax, Polyblastiopsis fallax, Arthopyrenia lapponina, Arthopyrenia analeptella, Arthopyrenia fallax f. crataegi, Arthopyrenia fallax f. crataeginea, Arthopyrenia fallax f. fallax, Arthopyrenia fallax var. conspurcata, Arthopyrenia fallax var. fallax, Arthopyrenia fallax var. ligustri, Arthopyrenia punctiformis f. analepta, Cercidospora analepta, Pseudosagedia fallax, Verrucaria analepta, Verrucaria analeptella, Verrucaria fallax, Verrucaria lapponina, Arthopyrenia epidermidis var. fallax, Ciferriolichen lapponinum, Leiophloea analepta, Leiophloea fallax, Lichen analeptus, Mycarthopyrenia lapponina, Segestrella analepta, Verrucaria analepta var. americana, Verrucaria analepta var. analepta, Verrucaria epidermidis var. analepta, Verrucaria epidermidis var. fallax, Didymella analepta, Didymella fallax, Pyrenyllium analeptum, Didymella fallax var. crataegi, Didymella fallax var. fallax, Didymella punctiformis f. analepta), Arthopyrenia analepta f. analepta, Arthopyrenia analepta f. subnigricans, Arthopyrenia analepta subsp. analepta, Arthopyrenia analepta subsp. mespyli, Arthopyrenia analepta var. analepta, Arthopyrenia analepta var. crataegi
Search Criteria: United States; Wisconsin; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Arthopyrenia analepta (Ach.) A. Massal.
WIS-L-0041700Mark Gallering   s.n.1973-09-16
United States, Wisconsin, Grant, Wyalosing State Park, above the ground near the base of a NW facing sandstone cliff, near the top of the bluff, 42.993781 -91.130854

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Arthopyrenia analepta (Ach.) A. Massal.
WIS-L-0041701John W. Thomson   s.n.1957-08-23
United States, Wisconsin, Sawyer, Flambeau River, 45.727614 -90.746518


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