Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pyrenula cruenta (Melanotheca cruenta, Melanotheca subincruenta, Melanotheca connivens, Melanotheca ornata, Melanotheca rubra, Pyrenula circumrubens, Trypethelium cinnabarinum, Trypethelium connivens, Trypethelium cruentatum, Trypethelium cruentum, Trypethelium rubescens, Trypethelium rubrum, Trypethelium subincruentum, Verrucaria circumrubens, Pyrenula circumrubens var. circumrubens, Pyrenula circumrubens var. rubrotecta, Trypethelium cruentum var. subdecolor, Verrucaria circumrubens var. circumrubens, Verrucaria circumrubens var. rubrotecta, Stromatothelium cruentum)
Search Criteria: Miami Dade; Montgomery Botanical Center OR Coral Gables OR Miami Dade County OR Florida; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium at Louisiana State University

Pyrenula cruenta (Mont.) Vain.
LSU00147580Shirley C. Tucker   252571982-11-04
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, In Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Coral Gables., 25.676964 -80.272346

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium

Pyrenula cruenta (Mont.) Vain.
NCU-L-0006142Perlmutter, Gary B.   38072019-08-25
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Montgomery Botanical Center, 25.65873 -80.282948, 5m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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