Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Astrothelium phlyctaena (Trypethelium ochroleucum, Trypethelium pallescens, Verrucaria tessellata, Bathelium duplex, Bathelium subalbens, Melanotheca duplex, Phyllopyrenia tessellata, Pseudopyrenula catervaria, Pseudopyrenula duplex, Pseudopyrenula ochroleuca, Pseudopyrenula tessella, Pyrenula catervaria, Trypethelium cascarillae, Trypethelium duplex, Trypethelium euporum, Trypethelium leprieurii, Trypethelium leprosum, Trypethelium ochroleucum var. depauperatum, Trypethelium ochroleucum var. ochroleucum, Trypethelium ochroleucum var. pallescens, Trypethelium phlyctaena, Trypethelium quassiicola, Trypethelium subalbens, Trypethelium triplex, Verrucaria catervaria, Verrucaria decolorata, Verrucaria ochroleuca, Spermatodium catervarium, Spermatodium ochroleucum, Trypethelium duplex f. duplex)
Search Criteria: Alabama; Lat: 29.908328 - 30.043328 Long: -88.128328 - -87.924995; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Earth (KML)

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