Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Arthonia radiata (Arthonia astroidea, Arthonia cinnabarina var. opegraphina, Arthonia radiata f. astroidea, Arthonia radiata var. opegraphina, Arthonia radiata var. parallela, Arthonia radiata var. radiata, Arthonia radiata var. swartziana, Arthonia swartziana, Opegrapha astroidea, Opegrapha atra var. astroidea, Opegrapha atra var. obscura, Opegrapha radiata, Opegrapha swartziana, Arthonia astroidea f. astroidea, Arthonia astroidea f. cembrae, Arthonia astroidea f. fraxinea, Arthonia astroidea f. parallela, Arthonia astroidea var. astroidea, Arthonia astroidea var. simulans, Arthonia astroidea var. swartziana, Arthonia swartziana var. cinerascens, Arthonia swartziana var. swartziana, Arthonia vulgaris var. astroidea, Graphis atra var. astroidea, Lichen astroites, Opegrapha gregaria var. radiata, Opegrapha radiata f. cinerascens, Opegrapha radiata f. radiata, Opegrapha radiata var. astroidea, Opegrapha radiata var. cinerascens, Opegrapha radiata var. radiata, Opegrapha radiata var. subparallela, Opegrapha radiata var. swartziana, Opegrapha atra var. swartziana), Arthonia radiata f. betulicola, Arthonia radiata f. chrysogonimica, Arthonia radiata f. cinerascens, Arthonia radiata f. fraxinea, Arthonia radiata f. radiata, Arthonia radiata var. anastomosans, Arthonia radiata var. subparallela, Arthonia radiata f. angustata
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
Arthonia radiata (Pers.) Ach.
926269Sullivan, T.J.   38981984-07-14
United States, Maine, Hancock, Mt. Desert Island, Southwest Valley; Acadia National Park, 44.36 -68.285


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