Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Coenogonium pineti (Dimerella pineti, Dimerella diluta, Biatora pineti, Bilimbia pineti, Dimerella diluta f. diluta, Dimerella diluta f. terrestris, Dimerella diluta var. diluta, Dimerella diluta var. perminuta, Gyalecta diluta, Gyalecta pineti, Lecidea diluta, Lecidea pineti, Secoliga diluta, Biatora pineti f. pineti, Biatora pineti f. terrestris, Biatorina diluta, Biatorina pineti, Biatorinopsis diluta, Lecidea pineti f. foliicola, Lecidea pineti f. pineti, Microphiale diluta, Sporoblastia diluta, Peziza diluta, Peziza diluta var. cinnamomea, Peziza diluta var. diluta, Peziza diluta var. fungorum, Peziza diluta var. rosella)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University


FH
Coenogonium pineti (Ach.) Lücking & Lumbsch
barcode-00407984T. Tonsberg   301062001-06-03
United States, Alaska, [data not captured]

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Dimerella pineti (Ach.) Vězda
02341671T. Tønsberg   301062001-06-03
United States of America, Alaska, Tongass Nat. Forest, Prince of Wales Island E, DW of Thorne Bay, Salt Chuck Trail, near Salt Chuck., 55.6267 -132.56, 30 - 30m

University Museum of Bergen


BG
Coenogonium pineti (Ach.) Lücking & Lumbsch
70522/1T. Tønsberg   301062001-06-03
United States, Alaska, Tongass Nat. Forest, Prince of Wales Island E, SW of Thorne Bay, Salt Chuck Trail, near Salt Chuck, 55.6267 -132.56

BG
Coenogonium pineti (Ach.) Lücking & Lumbsch
70523/1T. Tønsberg   301082001-06-03
United States, Alaska, Tongass Nat. Forest, Prince of Wales Island E, SW of Thorne Bay, Salt Chuck Trail, near Salt Chuck, 55.6267 -132.5583

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
Dimerella pineti (Ach.) Vezda
WTU-L-011950T. Tonsberg   301062001-06-03
U.S.A., Alaska, Prince Wales Ketchikan, Tongass National Forest, Prince of Wales Island East, southwest of Thorne Bay, Salt Chuck Trail, near Salt Chuck., 55.626667 -132.56, 0 - 30m


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