Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Calicium parvum
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
797691Wetmore, C.   459651983-06-19
United States, Maine, Hancock, St. Sauveur Mt, Nw Slope; Acadia National Park, 44.31027778 -68.32722222

University of Maine at Fort Kent


UMFK
09629-46Steven B. Selva   096292005-06-29
United States, Maine, Hancock , Hancock County, Bar Harbor Township. Acadia National Park, Eno Pines, southwest of Hamilton Pond along Norway Drive.

UMFK
09630-46Steven B. Selva   096302005-06-29
United States, Maine, Hancock , Hancock County, Bar Harbor Township. Acadia National Park, Eno Pines, southwest of Hamilton Pond along Norway Drive.

UMFK
10478A-46Steven B. Selva   10478A2010-06-10
United States, Maine, Hancock , Hancock County, Winter Harbor Township. The Schoodic section of Acadia National Park. Along the East Trail.

UMFK
10478C-46Steven B. Selva   10478C2010-06-10
United States, Maine, Hancock , Hancock County, Winter Harbor Township. The Schoodic section of Acadia National Park. Along the East Trail.

UMFK
10502-46Steven B. Selva   105022010-06-10
United States, Maine, Hancock , Hancock County, Winter Harbor Township. The Schoodic section of Acadia National Park. Along the Anvil Trail (from the East Trail).

University of Maine Herbaria


MAINE
MAINE-L-0008063Clifford M. Wetmore   459651983-06-19
United States, MAINE, HANCOCK, Acadia National Park. Mt. Desert Isl. On NW slope of Sauveur Mt. (2.5 miles N of Southwest Harbor). Mount Desert, 44.32 -68.32


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Google Map

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