Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Porpidia macrocarpa (Lecidea soredifera, Lecidea contigua, Lecidea phylliscina, Lecidea platycarpa, Lecidea steriza, Huilia macrocarpa, Huilia nigrocruenta, Biatora contigua, Lecidea contigua f. contigua, Lecidea contigua var. contigua, Lecidea platycarpa f. obscura, Lecidea platycarpa f. oxydata, Lecidea platycarpa f. platycarpa, Lecidea platycarpa f. trullisata, Lecidea platycarpa var. microcarpa, Lecidea platycarpa var. platycarpa, Lecidea steriza f. contigua, Verrucaria contigua, Haplocarpon contiguum, Lichen contiguus, Patellaria contigua, Haplocarpon contiguum f. contiguum, Haplocarpon contiguum f. oxydatum, Haplocarpon contiguum var. contiguum), Porpidia macrocarpa f. macrocarpa (Lecidea macrocarpa, Huilia macrocarpa var. macrocarpa, Lecidea contigua f. calcarea, Lecidea contigua var. notabilis, Lecidea contigua var. platycarpa, Lecidea macrocarpa f. macrocarpa, Lecidea macrocarpa f. oxydata, Lecidea macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa, Lecidea macrocarpa var. macrocarpa, Lecidea macrocarpa var. steriza, Lecidea steriza f. macrocarpa, Lecidea steriza f. oxydata, Lecidea steriza f. steriza, Lecidea steriza var. steriza), Porpidia macrocarpa f. nigrocruenta, Porpidia macrocarpa var. macrocarpa, Porpidia macrocarpa var. striata
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Windsor Jambs; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Porpidia macrocarpa (DC.) Hertel & A. J. Schwab
CUP-L-0008114Scott LaGreca   20502010-09-02
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. At falls on north end of gorge.


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Google Map

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