Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Nephroma arcticum (Parmelia arctica, Peltigera arctica, Lichen arcticus, Nephromium arcticum, Opisteria antarctica, Opisteria arctica, Peltidea arctica, Opisteria antarctica var. antarctica, Opisteria antarctica var. lobuligera, Opisteria antarctica var. normalis), Nephroma arcticum f. arcticum, Nephroma arcticum f. complicatum, Nephroma arcticum f. proliferum, Nephroma arcticum f. tatranum, Nephroma arcticum f. tuberculimarginatum, Nephroma arcticum var. arcticum, Nephroma arcticum var. complicatoides, Nephroma arcticum var. complicatum, Nephroma arcticum var. groenlandicum, Nephroma arcticum var. magnilobatum
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Lat: 64.07220 - 65.54937 Long: -145.72266 - -141.76758; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torssell
A. W. Johnson   J251956-07-03
United States, Alaska, Big Delta 6D (plot 3), in open black spruce forest., 64.55 -144.92, 701m

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torss.
UAMb:Herb:60832Ian Zacher   16-0062016-06-17
United States, Alaska, Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve; Michigan Cr. Grid Point #4, 65.059236188 -141.902653509, 770 - 770m

ALA
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torss.
UAMb:Herb:53685Marty Hoffman   1986-06-18
United States, Alaska, No specific locality recorded., 64.94285 -142.97581, 732 - 732m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torss.
COLO-L-0027704Johnson   251956-07-03
United States, Alaska, Big Delta 6D, 64.55 -144.916667, 701m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torss.
WIS-L-0059570Albert W. Johnson   J261956-07-00
United States, Alaska, Big Delta 6D, 64.55 -144.916667, 701m


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Google Map

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