Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Imshaugia aleurites (Parmeliopsis aleurites, Cetraria aleurites, Imshaugia aleurites f. vulnerata, Lobaria pallescens, Parmelia aleurites, Parmeliopsis aleurites f. aleurites, Parmeliopsis aleurites f. diffusa, Parmeliopsis aleurites f. eualbescens, Parmeliopsis aleurites f. obsessa, Parmeliopsis aleurites f. pityreiformis, Parmeliopsis aleurites f. vulnerata, Parmeliopsis aleurites var. albescens, Parmeliopsis aleurites var. albidula, Parmeliopsis aleurites var. aleurites, Parmeliopsis aleurites var. pityreiformis, Parmeliopsis aleurites var. roseola, Parmeliopsis aleurites var. vulnerata, Parmeliopsis pallescens, Imbricaria aleurites, Lichen aleurites, Parmelia aleurites var. aleurites, Parmelia aleurites var. diffusa, Parmeliopsis pallescens f. angustifolia, Parmeliopsis pallescens f. diffusa, Parmeliopsis pallescens f. pallescens, Parmeliopsis pallescens f. subalpina, Parmeliopsis pallescens f. vulnerata, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. albosorediata, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. angustata, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. angustifolia, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. fuscisorediata, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. pallescens, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. pityreiformis, Parmeliopsis pallescens var. vulnerata, Squamaria aleurites), Imshaugia aleurites f. aleurites, Imshaugia aleurites var. aleurites, Imshaugia aleurites var. pityreiformis
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Windsor Jambs; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium

Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S. F. Meyer
CUP-L-0008109Scott LaGreca   20432010-08-23
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. West side of gorge, along trail.

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