Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Calicium lenticulare (Calicium subquercinum, Calicium amylocaule, Calicium lenticulare var. sphaerocephalum, Calicium subquercinum f. dispersum, Calicium subquercinum f. subquercinum, Calicium subquercinum subsp. nanum, Calicium subquercinum subsp. subquercinum), Calicium lenticulare f. brachypus, Calicium lenticulare f. lenticulare, Calicium lenticulare var. brachypus, Calicium lenticulare var. bulbosum, Calicium lenticulare var. clarense, Calicium lenticulare var. claviculare, Calicium lenticulare var. curtisculum, Calicium lenticulare var. lenticulare, Calicium lenticulare var. microcarpum, Calicium lenticulare var. microsporum, Calicium lenticulare var. viride
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
52583Karen Dillman   11021991-06-18
United States, Alaska, Mainland, across from Petersburg, south of Patterson River, near Ess Lake., 56.92 -132.75, 100 - 100m


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