Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Lopadium fuscoluteum, Biatora fuscolutea, Biatorella fuscolutea, Lecidea fuscolutea, Lopadium fuscoluteum var. austroamericana, Lopadium fuscoluteum var. fuscoluteum, Parmelia fuscolutea, Sporopodium fuscoluteum, Heterothecium fuscoluteum, Lecidea fuscolutea var. convexa, Lecidea fuscolutea var. fuscolutea, Lecidea fuscolutea var. leucoraea, Lichen fuscoluteus, Patellaria fuscolutea, Sporopodium fuscoluteum var. austroamericana, Sporopodium fuscoluteum var. austroamericanum, Sporopodium fuscoluteum var. fuscoluteum)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dicks.) R. Sant.
956584Imshaug, Henry A.   285751962-07-12
United States, Alaska, Vicinity of Juneau. Powerhouse near terminus of Mendenhall Glacier, 58.413611 -139.543889, 46m

California Academy of Sciences


CAS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
448611Henry A. Imshaug   287641962-07-15
United States, Alaska, Vicinity of Juneau: Mt. Juneau, 1090m

Michigan State University


MSC:Lichen
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
MSC0135015Imshaug, Henry A   287641962-07-15
United States, Alaska, Vicinity of Juneau: Mt. Juneau, 58.319444 -134.406111, 1090m

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Lichen Herbarium


SBBG
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dicks.) R. Sant.
C.T. Collins   561993-06-05
United States, Alaska

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
21800unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9392041993-07-11
United States, Alaska, Nome Quad.: Seward Peninsula, Kigluaik Mountains, Glacial Lake, Sinuk R. Valley., 64.866667 -165.75, 229 - 686m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
52424Karen Dillman   2013-1312013-08-08
United States, Alaska, Mainland, NE of Petersburg, north of Farragut Bay and River, east of Grant Peak, cirque valley to the SE of Stanton Lake, 57.21422 -133.0634, 865 - 865m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
52423Karen Dillman   2013-1942013-07-30
United States, Alaska, Mainland, south of Stikine River, south of Virginia Lake, mountain ridge of limestone geology., 56.43425 -132.09892, 892 - 892m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
53022Karen Dillman   13601993-07-06
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Swan Lake. Trailhead to Falls Lake, at lake's edge., 57.03147 -132.74012, 421 - 421m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
52471Karen Dillman   13601993-07-06
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Swan Lake. Trailhead to Falls Lake, at lake's edge., 57.03147 -132.74012, 421 - 421m

ALA
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
52422Karen Dillman   98231998-06-25
United States, Alaska, Kuiu Island. Tebenkof Bay Wilderness. Alecks Peak area near Forest Service Repeater., 56.5833 -134.03336, 1000 - 1000m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041630Stephen S. Talbot   SM97-0041997-07-18
United States, Alaska, Glory of Russia Cape area, St. Matthew Island, 60.552167 -172.926867, 13m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041631Stephen S. Talbot   3761995-07-26
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Simeonof Is.; Shumagin Islands, E slope Hill 1436, 54.90035 -159.264483

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041632Stephen S. Talbot   SM97-0121997-07-18
United States, Alaska, Glory of Russia Cape area, St. Matthew Island, 60.552167 -172.926867, 13m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041633S.S. Talbot   SEM0841995-07-11
United States, Alaska, Choweit Island, Semidi Islands, Alaska, 56.037117 -156.737983, 10m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041634Stephen S. Talbot   SM97-0481997-07-18
United States, Alaska, Glory of Russia Cape area, St. Matthew Island, 60.552167 -172.926867, 13m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041635John W. Thomson   228241967-07-20
United States, Alaska, Mile 33, Haines Hwy., 59.45 -136.466667, 305m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041636Stephen S. Talbot   3871995-07-26
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Simeonof Is.; Shumagin Islands, Alaska; E slope Hill 1436, 54.90035 -159.264483, 370m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041637Stephen S. Talbot   7311988-07-22
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, West Arm Nevidiskov Bay, Attu Island, 52.805 172.801667, 244 - 457m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041638Stephen S. Talbot   4891988-07-15
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Cape Wrangell, Attu Island, Aleutian, 52.923333 172.466667, 378 - 488m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0041639John W. Thomson   210381967-07-27
United States, Alaska, Thompson Pass at Mile 25.2 along the Richardson Hwy., 61.128611 -145.729722, 838m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0042394Stephen S. Talbot   06011994-08-04
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Aleutian Islands; Adak Island; Mt. Reed, 51.827333 -176.697683, 478m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0042395Stephen S. Talbot   13011994-08-26
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Aleutian Islands; Adak Island; Mountain NE of Camel Cove, 51.717433 -176.600183, 220m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0042396Stephen S. Talbot   06091994-08-04
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Aleutian Islands; Adak Island; Mt. Reed, 51.827333 -176.697683, 478m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0042397Stephen S. Talbot   11751988-08-13
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Jarmin Pass, Attu Island, Aleutian, 52.895 173.13, 549m

WIS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
WIS-L-0042399S.S. Talbot   3401993-08-15
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Izembek NWR; Baldy Mountain, 55.195 -162.79


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