Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cladonia squamosa, Cladonia squamosa var. subsquamosa (Cladonia delicata var. subsquamosa, Cladonia squamosa subsp. subsquamosa, Cladonia squamosa var. allosquamosa), Cladonia squamosa var. squamosa (Baeomyces sparassus, Cladonia denticollis, Cladonia squamosa var. denticollis, Cladonia squamosa var. phyllocoma, Cladonia squamosa var. sparassa, Cenomyce sparassa, Cenomyce squamosa, Cladonia sparassa var. denticollis, Lichen sparassus, Lichen squamosus, Scyphophorus sparassus, Cenomyce squamosa var. flabellata, Cenomyce squamosa var. squamosa, Cenomyce squamosa var. squamosissima), Cladonia squamosa f. anomaea, Cladonia squamosa f. asperella, Cladonia squamosa f. cladocarpa, Cladonia squamosa f. crassa, Cladonia squamosa f. frondosa, Cladonia squamosa f. levicorticata, Cladonia squamosa f. macrophylla, Cladonia squamosa f. paschalis, Cladonia squamosa f. phyllopoda, Cladonia squamosa f. pityrea, Cladonia squamosa f. prolifera, Cladonia squamosa f. scabrosa, Cladonia squamosa f. sorediosa, Cladonia squamosa f. squamosa, Cladonia squamosa f. squamosissima, Cladonia squamosa f. tenellula, Cladonia squamosa f. tenuiuscula, Cladonia squamosa f. turfacea, Cladonia squamosa subsp. attenuata, Cladonia squamosa subsp. squamosa, Cladonia squamosa var. acuta, Cladonia squamosa var. gracilenta, Cladonia squamosa var. javanica, Cladonia squamosa var. multibrachiata, Cladonia squamosa var. muricella, Cladonia squamosa var. polychonia, Cladonia squamosa var. turfacea, Cladonia squamosa squamosa, Cladonia squamosa var. subtrachynella
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Map

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