Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Flavocetraria cucullata (Cetraria cucullata, Allocetraria cucullata, Cetraria cucullata f. crispata, Cetraria cucullata f. cucullata, Cetraria cucullata f. humilis, Cetraria cucullata f. major, Cetraria cucullata f. minuscula, Cetraria cucullata f. sorediata, Cetraria cucullata var. cucullata, Cetraria cucullata var. limbata, Cetraria cucullata var. rahotnovii, Cetraria cucullata var. sorediata, Cetraria cucullata var. vainioi, Lobaria cucullata, Parmelia cucullata, Physcia cucullata, Lichen cucullatus, Platysma cucullatum)
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Cetraria cucullata (Bellardi) Ach.
526687T.H. Nash III   167211977-06-19
USA, Alaska, 7 km E of Paxson along the Denali Hwy., 63.0666667 -145.1, 1200m

ASU
Flavocetraria cucullata (Bellardi) Kärnefelt & Thell
526679J.K. Mitchell   El--30131970-06-14
USA, Alaska, Denali Hwy, Mile 56 at Clearwater Creek Campground, 63 -147


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