Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bryonora curvescens (Lecania curvescens, Biatora curvescens, Lecanora castanea f. curvescens, Lecanora curvescens, Pannaria curvescens)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
22676unknown, Barbara M. Murray   76351978-07-18
United States, Alaska, Philip Smith Mountains Quad.: Yukon River-Prudhoe Bay Haul Road. Just behind Chandalar pipeline camp, west of road (Site 78-2). Mile 242 Dalton Highway., 68.083333 -149.583333, 1100 - 1500m

ALA
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
22675unknown, Thomas H. Nash III   132871976-07-00
United States, Alaska, North Slope Borough, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range., 68.133333 -151.75, 700 - 700m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
COLO-L-0003924William A. Weber   S 71081956-07-25
United States, Alaska, Denali, Mt. McKinley National Park, northwest slope to summit of Mt. Eielson (Copper Mountain), 63.416667 -150.333333, 1067 - 1676m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
WIS-L-0011511T.H. Nash III   132871976-07-31
United States, Alaska, North Slope Borough, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, 68.1333333 -151.75, 700m

WIS
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
WIS-L-0017056John W. Thomson   207171967-08-04
United States, Alaska, Near Fielding Lake Campsite, 1.5 miles off road from mile 200, Richardson Hwy., 63.2 -145.666667, 945 - 1207m

WIS
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
WIS-L-0042387John W. Thomson   211841967-07-27
United States, Alaska, Thompson Pass; Mile 25.2 Richardson Hwy., 61.166667 -145.666667, 838m

WIS
Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt
WIS-L-0042388John W. Thomson   212121967-07-27
United States, Alaska, Thompson Pass at Mile 25.2 along the Richardson Hwy., 61.128611 -145.729722, 838m


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Google Map

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