Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Geltingia associata (Lecidea associata, Biatora leptostigma, Lecidea leptostigma, Lithographa andrewii, Nesolechia associata, Nesolechia leptostigma, Xylographa andrewii, Biatora leptostigma var. leptostigma, Biatora leptostigma var. propagulifera, Biatora leptostigma var. sorediosa, Nesolechia associata var. associata, Nesolechia associata var. diversispora)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Michigan State University


MSC:Lichen
Geltingia associata (Th. Fr.) Alstrup & D. Hawksw.
MSC0082580Fryday, Alan M   8400
United States, Alaska, Arctic Alaska; Barrow: on mound in damn tundra at IBP site., 71.2944412 -156.6833344

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Geltingia associata (Th. Fr.) Alstrup & D. Hawksw.
10275044T. Tonsberg   298002001-05-26
United States, Alaska, Cordova, N of Copper River Hwy, along Saddlebag Glacier Trail, at the creek from Saddlebag Lake.

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Geltingia associata (Th. Fr.) Alstrup & D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0105728Barbara M Murray   41791970-07-25
United States, Alaska, Nuvagapak Pt,Beaufort Lagoon, Demarcation Point Quad., 24m

WIS
Geltingia associata (Th. Fr.) Alstrup & D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0105729John   55341958-07-16
United States, Alaska, Along the Pitmegea River, 15 miles upstream from Cape Sabine, 68.8 -164.333333

Uppsala University Exsiccati


UPS
Geltingia associata (Th. Fr.) Alstrup & D. Hawksw.
F-125657Tor Tönsberg   298002001-05-26
United States, Alaska, Cordova, N of Copper River Hwy, along Saddlebag Glacier Trail, at the creek from Saddlebag Lake


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