Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Nephroma resupinatum (Nephroma tomentosum, Parmelia tomentosa, Peltigera tomentosa, Sticta drummondii, Lichen resupinatus, Nephromium resupinatum, Nephromium tomentosum, Opisteria resupinata, Ornatinephroma resupinatum, Peltidea resupinata, Nephromium resupinatum var. nordinii, Nephromium resupinatum var. papillosa, Nephromium resupinatum var. resupinatum, Nephromium tomentosum var. isidiosum, Nephromium tomentosum var. tomentosum, Ornatinephroma resupinatum f. inaequale, Ornatinephroma resupinatum f. resupinatum, Ornatinephroma resupinatum var. helvum, Ornatinephroma resupinatum var. resupinatum, Peltidea resupinata var. microcarpa, Peltidea resupinata var. resupinata), Nephroma resupinatum f. epitomentosum, Nephroma resupinatum f. grisescens, Nephroma resupinatum f. helveticum, Nephroma resupinatum f. helvum, Nephroma resupinatum f. inaequalis, Nephroma resupinatum f. isidiosum, Nephroma resupinatum f. muscicola, Nephroma resupinatum f. papyraceum, Nephroma resupinatum f. rameum, Nephroma resupinatum f. ramulum, Nephroma resupinatum f. resupinatum, Nephroma resupinatum f. viride, Nephroma resupinatum var. nordinii, Nephroma resupinatum var. pruinosum, Nephroma resupinatum var. ramea, Nephroma resupinatum var. resupinatum, Nephroma resupinatum var. rufa, Nephroma resupinatum var. subglabrum, Nephroma resupinatum var. subtomentellum
Search Criteria: Anaktuvuk Pass; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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