Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Physcia stellaris (Anaptychia stellaris, Dimelaena stellaris, Lobaria stellaris, Parmelia stellaris, Physcia retrogressa, Physcia stellaris f. rosulata, Xanthoria stellaris, Borrera stellaris, Geissodea stellaris, Hagenia stellaris, Imbricaria stellaris, Lichen stellaris, Parmelia stellaris var. pseudoincisa, Parmelia stellaris var. radiata, Parmelia stellaris var. rosulata, Parmelia stellaris var. stellaris, Squamaria stellaris, Xanthoria stellaris var. leptalea, Xanthoria stellaris var. stellaris, Xanthoria stellaris var. subobscura), Physcia stellaris f. lobulifera, Physcia stellaris f. plicata, Physcia stellaris f. pruinosa, Physcia stellaris f. radiata, Physcia stellaris f. stellaris, Physcia stellaris f. subradiata, Physcia stellaris f. tenuisecta, Physcia stellaris f. tenuissima, Physcia stellaris f. viridescens, Physcia stellaris subsp. angustiloba, Physcia stellaris subsp. intestiniformis, Physcia stellaris subsp. stellaris, Physcia stellaris var. angustata, Physcia stellaris var. angustiloba, Physcia stellaris var. caesitia, Physcia stellaris var. intestiniformis, Physcia stellaris var. leptothrix, Physcia stellaris var. radiata, Physcia stellaris var. stellaris, Physcia stellaris var. subobscura, Physcia stellaris var. tenera
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
810279Llano, G.   151D1949-06-29
United States, Alaska, Anaktuvuk Pass; Gates of the Arctic National Park, 68.33333333 -151.5

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0070411George Llano   151D1949-06-21
United States, Alaska, North Slope Borough, Gates of the Arctic National Park. Anaktuvuk Pass; circa Lake Toluga near Eskimo (Inuit) encampment., 68.333333 -151, 800m


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