Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ricasolia amplissima (Dendriscocaulon umhausense, Polychidium umhausense, Lobaria amplissima, Cornicularia umhausensis, Dendriscocaulon bolacinum, Leptogidium umhausense, Leptogium bolacinum, Leptogium umhausense, Lobaria glomulifera, Lobaria laciniata, Parmelia amplissima, Parmelia glomulifera, Pertusaria glomulifera, Sticta amplissima, Sticta glomulifera, Dendriscocaulon bolacinum var. bolacinum, Dendriscocaulon bolacinum var. dendroides, Homodium bolacinum, Lichen amplissimus, Lichen glomuliferus, Lichen laciniatus, Lobaria laciniata f. albida, Lobaria laciniata f. laciniata, Lobaria laciniata subsp. japonica, Lobaria laciniata subsp. laciniata, Lobarina laciniata, Parmelia lacera var. bolacina, Peltidea glomulifera, Platysma glomuliferum, Ricasolia glomulifera, Variolaria glomulifera, Lichen laciniatus var. arboreus, Lichen laciniatus var. laciniatus, Ricasolia glomulifera var. exsecta, Ricasolia glomulifera var. glomulifera)
Search Criteria: USA; Alaska; Denali; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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