Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Acanthothecis fontana
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Acanthothecis fontana Muscavitch & Lendemer
2795336J. C. Lendemer   471092016-03-20
United States of America, North Carolina, Graham Co., Nantahala National Forest, Yellow Creek Mountains, 0.25 mi N of Welch Rd. West, ~0.4 mi W of Fontana Village Resort Lodge, 35.4269 -83.8272, 716 - 716m

NY
Acanthothecis fontana Muscavitch & Lendemer
03033982J. C. Lendemer   495372016-12-21
United States of America, Alabama, Jackson Co., Russell Cave National Monument, Nature Trail 0.1 mi SW of visitor center, 34.97797 -85.81031, 223 - 223m

NY
Acanthothecis fontana Muscavitch & Lendemer
03809806J. C. Lendemer   634572019-12-07
United States of America, Tennessee, Monroe Co., Cherokee National Forest, Unicoi Mountains, Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness, slopes above W shore of Slickrock Creek, 0.5 mi S of confluence with Calderwood Lake/Little Tennessee River, 35.45656 -83.96442, 370 - 370m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Acanthothecis fontana Muscavitch & Lendemer
COLO-L-0053219James C. Lendemer   495372016-12-21
United States, Alabama, Jackson, Russell Cave National Monument, Nature Trail 0.1 mi SW of visitor center, 34.977778 -85.810278, 223m


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Google Map

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