Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora allophana (Lecanora subfusca, Lecanora subfusca f. alboflavescens, Lecanora subfusca f. allophana, Lecanora subfusca f. aspicilioides, Lecanora subfusca f. conferta, Lecanora subfusca f. cretacea, Lecanora subfusca f. dispersa, Lecanora subfusca f. expansa, Lecanora subfusca f. exuta, Lecanora subfusca f. flavescens, Lecanora subfusca f. melacarpoides, Lecanora subfusca f. paupera, Lecanora subfusca f. pinastri, Lecanora subfusca f. sorediella, Lecanora subfusca f. spodophaeoides, Lecanora subfusca f. sublactea, Lecanora subfusca f. transcendens, Lecanora subfusca var. albella, Lecanora subfusca var. albidolutescens, Lecanora subfusca var. anomala, Lecanora subfusca var. argentata, Lecanora subfusca var. atrynea, Lecanora subfusca var. biatorea, Lecanora subfusca var. bryophila, Lecanora subfusca var. campestris, Lecanora subfusca var. castanea, Lecanora subfusca var. cateilea, Lecanora subfusca var. cenisia, Lecanora subfusca var. chlarothera, Lecanora subfusca var. circumplumescens, Lecanora subfusca var. compacta, Lecanora subfusca var. conjugens, Lecanora subfusca var. distans, Lecanora subfusca var. duplicata, Lecanora subfusca var. excrescens, Lecanora subfusca var. flavescens, Lecanora subfusca var. geographica, Lecanora subfusca var. glebulosa, Lecanora subfusca var. hypnorum, Lecanora subfusca var. innovata, Lecanora subfusca var. lecideoides, Lecanora subfusca var. margaritacea, Lecanora subfusca var. melaleuca, Lecanora subfusca var. melanocardia, Lecanora subfusca var. mesophana, Lecanora subfusca var. minor, Lecanora subfusca var. orbicularis, Lecanora subfusca var. pallidevirens, Lecanora subfusca var. pelidnocarpa, Lecanora subfusca var. rufa, Lecanora subfusca var. subcrenulata, Lecanora subfusca var. subgranulata, Lecanora subfusca var. testaceopallida, Lecanora subfusca var. variolosa), Lecanora allophana f. aemulans, Lecanora allophana f. albinea, Lecanora allophana f. allophana, Lecanora allophana f. crenigera, Lecanora allophana f. incurva, Lecanora allophana f. intermedia, Lecanora allophana f. rufescens, Lecanora allophana f. sorbicola, Lecanora allophana f. sublactea, Lecanora allophana f. subvirens, Lecanora allophana f. tuberascens, Lecanora allophana f. tumida, Lecanora allophana var. allophana, Lecanora allophana var. ammitens, Lecanora allophana var. campestris, Lecanora allophana var. contigua, Lecanora allophana var. glabrata, Lecanora allophana var. luganensis, Lecanora allophana var. mesophana, Lecanora allophana var. sorbicola
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Lecanora allophana (Ach.) Nyl.
537645Eyerdam, W.   9381951-09-08
United States, Alaska

Brigham Young University


BRY
BRY-L-0007888James A. Erdman   sl-8967,6321968-02-09
United States, Alaska, Amchitka Island: Aleutian Chain, on small wooden plank, edge of wet sedge meadow, Longshot site, 46m

Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANL
Lecanora allophana (Ach.) Nyl.
CANL 116383Sharnoff, Sylvia D.; Sharnoff, Steve   1450.171994-08-14
United States, Alaska, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Anchor Point on SW tip of Kenai Peninsula, just off AK 1, near beach, 59.766667 -151.85, 6m

Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany


Harvard University
barcode-00452061L. J. Palmer   s.n.
United States of America, Alaska, [data not captured]

Harvard University
barcode-00452122R. S. Williams   s.n.
United States of America, Alaska, [no additional data]

Field Museum of Natural History


F
C1000623FT. H. Bean   s.n.1880-10-01
U.S.A., Alaska, Unalaska Island, 53.578859 -166.85158

F
C1000612FT. H. Bean   s.n.1880-09-08
U.S.A., Alaska, Nome, Port Clarence, 65.262222 -166.845833

F
C1000617FT. H. Bean   s.n.1880-10-01
U.S.A., Alaska, Unalaska Island, 53.578859 -166.85158

F
C1001198FT. H. Bean   s.n.1880-09-06
U.S.A., Alaska, Nome, Port Clarence, 65.262222 -166.845833

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Lichen Herbarium


SBBG
W. J. Eyerdam   9381951-09-08
United States, Alaska, Wrangell Borough

SBBG
W. J. Eyerdam   41241965-06-22
United States, Alaska, Valdez Cordova

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-07-26
United States, Alaska, Cape Fox.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-07-13
United States, Alaska, St Lawrence Island.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-07-19
United States, Alaska, Kadiak Island.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-06-26
United States, Alaska, Prince William Sound.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-06-22
United States, Alaska, Yakutat

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-06-22
United States, Alaska, Yakutat

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-06-22
United States, Alaska, Yakutat

US:Lichens
W. Trelease & D. A. Saunders   s.n.1899-07-26
United States, Alaska, Cape Fox.

University Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley


UC
UC1939181Albert W. C. T. Herre   s.n.1951-09-08
United States, Alaska, Washington Bay, Kuiu Island.

UC
UC1896519W. J. Eyerdam   s.n.1951-09-14
United States, Alaska, Wrangell Petersburg, Washington Bay, Kuiu Island.

UC
UC1987598Clarita Neher   S.N.1976-06-11
United States, Alaska, Karluk, north-west part of Kodiak Island. 30yards from shore.

UC
UC1939193W.J. Eyerdam   s.n.1951-07-01
United States, Alaska, Wrangell Petersburg, Washington Bay, Kuiu Island.

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
8938unknown, Leslie A. Viereck   87591967-08-02
United States, Alaska, Valdez Quadrangle. Horsetail Falls in Keystone Canyon north of Valdez., 61.066667 -145.883333, 130 - 130m

ALA
8938unknown, Leslie A. Viereck   87591967-08-02
United States, Alaska

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
COLO-L-0020041A. W. Johnson   651A1959-08-14
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Bering Strait District, Ogotoruk Creek Drainage, Ogotoruk Creek and its tributaries., 68.141667 -165.658333

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
WTU-L-014681W. J. Eyerdam   40951965-07-11
United States, Alaska, Valdez Cordova, Hawkins' Island, Prince William Sound.

WTU
WTU-L-014920W. J. Eyerdam   3021940-09-05
United States, Alaska, Thum Bay, Knight Island, Prince William Sound., 60.20572 -147.805873

WTU
WTU-L-014921W. J. Eyerdam   9391951-09-14
United States, Alaska, Wrangell Petersburg, Washington Bay, Kuiu Island.

WTU
WTU-L-014922A. S. Foster   1913-07-20
United States, Alaska, Southeast, Saint John's Harbor, Zarembo Island.

WTU
WTU-L-014923W. J. Eyerdam   40361955-08-01
United States, Alaska, Wrangell Petersburg, Washington Bay, Kuiu Island.

WTU
WTU-L-025921A. S. Foster   24891913-07-05
United States, Alaska, Brownson Bay, Saint John's Harbor, Southeast Alaska, Sall Island.

WTU
WTU-L-025924A. S. Foster   24891913-07-25
United States, Alaska, Saint John's Harbor, Southeast Alaska.

WTU
WTU-L-025946A. S. Foster   24881913-07-00
United States, Alaska, Egg Harbor, Coronation Island, Southeast.

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0022109Stephen S. Talbot   7082001-07-30
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; Mile 37 Taylor Hwy.; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.729383 -142.281067, 914m

WIS
WIS-L-0022110S.S. Talbot   7072001-07-30
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; Mile 37 Taylor Hwy.; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.729383 -142.281067, 914m

WIS
WIS-L-0022111S.S. Talbot   6952001-07-29
United States, Alaska, Mile 1285 Alaska Hwy.; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.2088 -142.193917, 579m

WIS
WIS-L-0022112S.S. Talbot   1542001-07-21
United States, Alaska, Canada/U.S. International Border, Tetlin NWR, 62.6147 -140.999133, 579m

WIS
WIS-L-0022113S.S. Talbot   6692001-07-28
United States, Alaska, Mile 1278.2 Alaska Hwy.; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.13415 -142.064517, 610m

WIS
WIS-L-0074667L.A. Viereck   87591967-08-02
United States, Alaska, Horsetail Falls in Keystone Canyon north of Valdez, 61.066667 -145.883333, 130m


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