Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bryobilimbia ahlesii (Lecidea ahlesii, Lecidea delincta, Lecidea virginiensis, Biatora ahlesii, Biatora rusticula, Biatora valentior, Lecidea ahlesii var. ahlesii, Lecidea rusticula, Lecidea valentior, Mycobilimbia ahlesii), Bryobilimbia ahlesii var. nemoralis (Lecidea nemoralis, Lecidea ahlesii var. nemoralis)
Search Criteria: United States; Wisconsin; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota

Lecidea ahlesii (Hepp) Nyl.
626953Wetmore, C.   133021965-08-20
United States, Wisconsin, Ashland, Mellen, 3 Mi N of; Copper Falls State Park

Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection

Lecidea ahlesii (Hepp) Nyl.
298773Brodo, Irwin, M.   56951965-08-20
United States, Wisconsin, Ashland Co., Copper Falls State Park, in falls area, 3 mi N of Mellen, 46.3666667 -90.6333333

Michigan State University

MSC0065202Brodo, Irwin M   57241965-08-20
United States, Wisconsin, Ashland, In falls area of Copper Falls State Park, 3 mi. N of Mellen, 46.3666649 -90.6333313

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection

Bryobilimbia ahlesii (K├Ârber) Fryday, Printzen & S. Ekman
COLO-L-0022490Irwin M. Brodo   57241965-08-20
United States, Wisconsin, Ashland, In falls area of Copper Falls State Park, 3 mi. N of Mellen, 46.366667 -90.633333

University of Wisconsin - Madison

WIS-L-0079670John W. Thomson   256440000-00-00
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, Big Spring

WIS-L-0079671M. Nee   64091973-07-29
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, 3 mi NW of Boaz, 43.357013 -90.576903

WIS-L-0079673John W. Thomson   109051963-06-09
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Daleyville, 42.908438 -89.828623

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Google Map

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