Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecidea lapicida (Lecidea confluens var. ochromela, Lecidea contigua var. ochromela, Lecidea contiguella, Lecidea declinans, Lecidea declinascens, Lecidea lapicida f. ochromeliza, Lecidea lapicida f. oxydata, Lecidea ochromela, Lecidea pantherina f. athallina, Lecidea pantherina f. pantherina, Lecidea pantherina f. pseudospeirea, Lecidea pantherina f. subecrustacea, Lecidea pantherina f. sublactea, Lecidea pantherina f. sudetica, Lecidea pantherina subsp. pantherina, Lecidea pantherina subsp. peralbida, Lecidea pantherina var. achariana, Lecidea pantherina var. fallax, Lecidea pantherina var. intricata, Lecidea pantherina var. pantherina, Lecidea pantherina var. subauriculata, Lecidea pantherina var. sublactea, Lecidella declinascens, Lecidella lapicida, Lecidea declinascens f. declinascens, Lecidea declinascens f. ochromeliza, Lecidea declinascens var. declinascens, Lecidea declinascens var. subterulescens, Lichen lapicida, Patellaria lapicida, Patellaria lapicida var. lapicida), Lecidea lapicida var. lapicida, Lecidea lapicida var. pantherina, Lecidea lapicida f. bullata, Lecidea lapicida f. lapicida, Lecidea lapicida f. lithophiloides, Lecidea lapicida f. ochracea, Lecidea lapicida f. pseudospeiriza, Lecidea lapicida subsp. lapicida, Lecidea lapicida var. caesia, Lecidea lapicida var. declinata, Lecidea lapicida var. ecrustacea, Lecidea lapicida var. lithophiloides, Lecidea lapicida var. maungahukae, Lecidea lapicida var. minor
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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