Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leimonis erratica (Micarea erratica, Lecidea erratica, Lecidea suberratica, Biatora moestula, Bombyliospora expansa, Lecidea borneoensis, Lecidea demarginata, Lecidea dispansa, Lecidea erratica f. demarginata, Lecidea erratica f. dendroides, Lecidea erratica f. deplanatula, Lecidea erratica f. erratica, Lecidea erratica var. erratica, Lecidea erratica var. inaequalis, Lecidea erratica var. planetica, Lecidea expansa, Lecidea moestula, Lecidea tephrizans, Biatorina expansa)
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany


Harvard University
Micarea erratica (Körb.) Hertel, Rambold & Pietschmann
barcode-00389795P. F. May   51651999-11-01
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire County, Mt. Washington township, Mount Everett, elev. 790 m, within 50 m of summit tower, 42.1 -73.433333, 790m

General Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Micarea erratica (Körb.) Hertel, Rambold & Pietschmann
Elisabeth Lay   95-09651995-06-07
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Appalachian Trail and Rt. 23 S at Monterey town border. Mixed mesic forest of ash,oak,white pine,elm,conifers,aspen, birch blown down+devastated by huge June 1 tornado, 42.2 -73.366667

CNALH:Observation
Micarea erratica (Körb.) Hertel, Rambold & Pietschmann
Philip F. May   51651999-00-00
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Near the summit of Mt Everett., 42.1 -73.43333, 781m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Leimonis erratica (Körb.) R.C. Harris & Lendemer
1181350J. C. Lendemer   250022010-06-04
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Town of Hancock, Pittsfield State Forest, summit of Berry Mountain, Berry Pond Circuit Road ~2.25 mi NW of park entrance, 42.5086 -73.3194, 652 - 652m

NY
Leimonis erratica (Körb.) R.C. Harris & Lendemer
1519095R. C. Harris   s.n.1982-06-10
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Bartholomew's Cobble, Ashley Falls.


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Google Map

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