Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Biatora longispora (Lecidea helvola var. longispora)
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
508959T.J. Sullivan   23861983-07-23
USA, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park, Mt. Desert Island, Flying Mt., 44.30493 -68.313942

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


MIN:Lichens
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
787759Sullivan, Thomas J.   55101985-07-03
United States, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park. Mt. Desert Island. Eagles Crag (0.75 mi NW of Otter Creek).

MIN:Lichens
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
809037Wetmore, Clifford M.   462931983-06-21
United States, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park. Mt. Desert Island. Southeast side of The Triad, N of Seal Harbor., 44.32027778 -68.23638889

MIN:Lichens
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
940339Wetmore, C.   461531983-06-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Mt. Desert Island, S End of Eagle Lake; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
940369Sullivan, T.J.   45141984-07-22
United States, Maine, Hancock, Mt. Desert Island, S End of Long Pond; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
940370Sullivan, T.J.   45071984-07-22
United States, Maine, Hancock, Mt. Desert Island, S End of Long Pond; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Biatora longispora (Degel.) Lendemer & Printzen
940371Sullivan, T.J.   40781984-07-17
United States, Maine, Hancock, Mt. Desert Island, Se of Uncle Dick Hill; Acadia National Park


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Google Map

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