Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Allantoparmelia alpicola (Parmelia alpicola, Brodoa atrofusca, Hypogymnia alpicola, Hypogymnia atrofusca, Hypogymnia intestiniformis var. atrofusca, Parmelia alpicola f. alpicola, Parmelia alpicola f. aperta, Parmelia alpicola f. luxurians, Parmelia alpicola f. nitida, Parmelia alpicola f. opaca, Parmelia atrofusca, Parmelia intestiniformis var. atrofusca, Hypogymnia alpicola f. alpicola, Hypogymnia alpicola f. nitida, Hypogymnia alpicola f. opaca, Hypogymnia atrofusca f. atrofusca, Hypogymnia atrofusca f. nitida, Hypogymnia atrofusca f. opaca, Imbricaria alpicola, Parmelia atrofusca f. atrofusca, Parmelia atrofusca f. luxurians, Parmelia atrofusca f. nitida, Parmelia atrofusca f. opaca, Parmelia ceratophylla var. atrofusca, Parmelia encausta var. alpicola)
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

Allantoparmelia alpicola (Th. Fr.) Essl.
504928T.H. Nash III   14646-b1977-06-22
USA, Alaska, Denali Highway, ca. 72 km W of Paxson, 63.1166667 -146.5

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