Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Trapeliopsis granulosa (Lecidea granulosa, Lecidea quadricolor, Biatora decolorans, Biatora granulosa, Helocarpon granulosum, Helocarpon sapineum, Lecanora granulosa, Lecidea decolorans, Lecidea granulosa f. aporetica, Lecidea granulosa f. fusconigra, Lecidea granulosa f. glomerata, Lecidea granulosa f. granulosa, Lecidea granulosa f. hilaris, Lecidea granulosa subsp. granulosa, Lecidea granulosa var. auratilis, Lecidea granulosa var. granulosa, Lecidea sapinea, Trapelia granulosa, Verrucaria decolorans, Verrucaria granulosa, Biatora decolorans var. decolorans, Biatora granulosa f. fusconigra, Biatora granulosa f. granulosa, Biatora granulosa var. aporetica, Biatora granulosa var. granulosa, Biatora granulosa var. tectorum, Biatora granulosa var. tuberculata, Biatora viridescens var. sapinea, Helocarpon granulosum f. aporetica, Helocarpon granulosum f. granulosum, Lecanora granulosa var. aporetica, Lecanora granulosa var. granulosa, Lecidea decolorans f. decolorans, Lecidea decolorans f. fusconigra, Lecidea decolorans subsp. decolorans, Lecidea decolorans subsp. hilaris, Lecidea decolorans var. decolorans, Lecidea sapinea f. sapinea, Lecidea sapinea var. reducta, Lecidea sapinea var. sapinea, Lichen quadricolor, Patellaria decolorans)
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

Trapeliopsis granulosa (Hoffm.) Lumbsch
566702T.H. Nash III   167361977-06-19
USA, Alaska, 7 km E of Paxson along the Denali Hwy., 63.0666667 -145.1, 1200m

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