Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Protoblastenia rupestris (Biatora irrubata, Biatora rupestris, Biatora viridiflavescens, Caloplaca irrubata, Lecanora irrubata, Lecanora rupestris, Lecidea irrubata, Lecidea rupestris, Lecidea viridiflavescens, Protoblastenia irrubata, Protoblastenia rupestris var. irrubata, Biatora rupestris f. lutescens, Biatora rupestris f. rupestris, Biatora rupestris var. alpina, Biatora rupestris var. incrustans, Biatora rupestris var. rupestris, Biatora rupestris var. sanguinea, Biatora rupestris var. terricola, Biatorina irrubata, Callopisma rupestre, Lecanora irrubata f. irrubata, Lecanora irrubata subsp. irrubata, Lecanora rupestris f. rupestris, Lecidea rupestris f. alpina, Lecidea rupestris f. calva, Lecidea rupestris f. lutescens, Lecidea rupestris f. rupestris, Lecidea rupestris subsp. rupestris, Lecidea rupestris subsp. terricola, Lecidea rupestris var. irrubata, Lecidea rupestris var. rupestris, Lecidea rupestris var. viridiflavescens, Lichen irrubatus, Lichen rupestris, Lichen viridiflavescens, Patellaria irrubata, Patellaria rupestris, Placodium rupestre, Callopisma rupestre f. rupestre, Callopisma rupestre var. rupestre, Placodium rupestre f. rupestre, Placodium rupestre var. rupestre, Lecidea sabuletorum var. rupestris), Protoblastenia rupestris f. lutescens, Protoblastenia rupestris f. rupestris, Protoblastenia rupestris subsp. rhodothecia, Protoblastenia rupestris subsp. rupestris, Protoblastenia rupestris var. alpina, Protoblastenia rupestris var. coniasis, Protoblastenia rupestris var. rhodothecia, Protoblastenia rupestris var. rupestris
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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