Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Arthrorhaphis alpina (Bacidia alpina, Arthrorhaphis citrinella var. alpina, Bacidia citrinella subsp. alpina, Bacidia flavovirescens var. alpina, Lecidea flavovirescens var. alpina), Arthrorhaphis alpina var. jungens
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
SRP-L-0002408Roger Rosentreter   159152004-06-30
U.S.A., Alaska, North Slope Borough, SW of Copter Peak, watershed of Kugururok River Noatak National Preserve, De Long Mountains, western Brooks Range., 68.468453 -161.477478, 432m

Michigan State University


MSC:Lichen
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
MSC0080708Fryday, Alan M   81012001-07-12
United States, Alaska, Arctic Alaska; Atqasuk: To W of ITEX site, 70.4438858 -157.429718, 20m

University Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley


UC
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
UC1942507Clauita Neheu   S.N.1976-06-05
United States, Alaska, Cold Bay, Alaska Peninsula., 15m

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
23144unknown, JoAnn W. Flock   FL-2241970-07-28
United States, Alaska, Point Barrow. Near Coast and Geodetic Instrument Building., 71.333333 -156.65, 3 - 3m

ALA
Bacidia alpina (Schaer.) Vain.
8738unknown, JoAnn W. Flock   FL-2241970-07-28
United States, Alaska, Point Barrow. Near Coast and Geodetic Instrument Building., 71.333333 -156.65, 3 - 3m

ALA
Bacidia alpina (Schaer.) Vain.
8738unknown, JoAnn W. Flock   FL-2241970-07-28
United States, Alaska

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
COLO-L-0002308William A. Weber   s.n.1956-07-25
United States, Alaska, NW slope to summit of Mt. Eielson (Copper Mt.)., 63.41667 -150.333333, 1067 - 1676m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0017263Stephen Talbot   9381987-09-05
United States, Alaska, Chisik Island, Cook Inlet, 60.15 -152.6, 549m

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041475Clarita Neher   s.n.1976-06-05
United States, Alaska, Los Angeles, Cold Bay, Alaskan Peninsula, 55.185833 -162.721111, 15m

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041482John W. Thomson   180941967-08-06
United States, Alaska, Eagle Summit Tundras at Mile 108 along the Steese Hwy., 65.484444 -145.403611

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041483John W. Thomson   209861967-07-29
United States, Alaska, Sheep Mountain; Mile 113, Glenn Hwy., 61.833333 -147.5, 1524m

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041484John W. Thomson   181341967-08-04
United States, Alaska, Near Fielding Lake Campsite, 1.5 mi.off road from mile 200, along the Richardson Hwy., 63.2 -145.666667, 945 - 1207m

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041485John W. Thomson   179211967-08-06
United States, Alaska, Eagle Summit Tundras at Mile 108 along the Steese Hwy., 65.484444 -145.403611

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041486John W. Thomson   219161967-07-25
United States, Alaska, Vicinity of Blueberry Lake Campground; Mile 23, Richardson Hwy, 61.15 -145.666667, 610m

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041487John W. Thomson   209361967-07-29
United States, Alaska, Sheep Mountain; Mile 113, Glenn Hwy., 61.833333 -147.5, 1524m

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041491John W. Thomson   64021958-07-00
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Circular Marsh near Barrow, 71.3 -156.18333

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041492John W. Thomson   58391958-08-05
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Valley of the Okpilak River at Okpilak Lake near Mt. Michelson, 69.566667 -144.083333

WIS
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041493John W. Thomson   55441958-07-10
United States, Alaska, Along the Pitmegea River,15 miles upstream from Cape Sabine, 68.78876 -164.221978


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