Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Biatora vernalis (Lecidea vernalis, Biatora helvola subsp. minor, Bilimbia vernalis, Lecidea vernalis f. incana, Lecidea vernalis f. minor, Lecidea vernalis f. pachyloma, Lecidea vernalis f. subsylvana, Lecidea vernalis f. vernalis, Lecidea vernalis subsp. helvola, Lecidea vernalis subsp. minor, Lecidea vernalis subsp. minuta, Lecidea vernalis subsp. tenebricosa, Lecidea vernalis subsp. vernalis, Lecidea vernalis var. minor, Lecidea vernalis var. vernalis, Parmelia vernalis, Pyrrhospora vernalis, Secoliga vernalis, Verrucaria vernalis, Biatorina vernalis, Lecidea luteola var. vernalis, Lichen vernalis, Patellaria vernalis), Biatora vernalis f. fallax, Biatora vernalis f. pachyloma, Biatora vernalis f. vernalis, Biatora vernalis var. conglomerata, Biatora vernalis var. isabellina, Biatora vernalis var. subgilva, Biatora vernalis var. vernalis
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 1, records 1-6 of 6

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

787849Sullivan, T.   44931984-07-22
United States, Maine, Hancock, Long Pond, S End; Acadia National Park

788034Sullivan, T.   24991983-07-23
United States, Maine, Hancock, Western Mt.; Acadia National Park

788180Sullivan, T.   8241983-06-28
United States, Maine, Hancock, Norumbega Mt, Nw Slope; Acadia National Park

788194Sullivan, T.   6731983-06-26
United States, Maine, Hancock, Pretty Marsh, E of; Acadia National Park

788248Wetmore, C.   461321983-06-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Eagle Lake, S End; Acadia National Park, 44.35027778 -68.25055556

University of Maine Herbaria

MAINE-L-0008035Thomas J. Sullivan   8241983-06-28
United States, MAINE, HANCOCK, Acadia National Park. Mt. Desert Isl. NW slope of Norumbega Mt. (2 miles N of Northeast Harbor). Mount Desert, 44.33 -68.3

Page 1, records 1-6 of 6

Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.