Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Tuckermanopsis chlorophylla (Cetraria chlorophylla, Tuckermannopsis chlorophylla, Cetraria scutata, Cetraria chlorophylla f. chlorophylla, Cetraria chlorophylla f. esorediosa, Cetraria chlorophylla var. adpressa, Cetraria chlorophylla var. chlorophylla, Cetraria chlorophylla var. klementii, Cetraria chlorophylla var. pallida, Cetraria chlorophylla var. ulophylla, Cetraria scutata f. scutata, Cetraria scutata f. tectorum, Cetraria scutata var. klementii, Cetraria scutata var. pallida, Cetraria scutata var. scutata, Cetraria ulophylla, Peltigera chlorophylla, Lichen chlorophyllus, Peltidea chlorophylla, Platysma chlorophyllum, Platysma ulophyllum)
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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