Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cladonia uncialis, Cladonia uncialis subsp. biuncialis (Cladonia biuncialis, Cladonia uncialis f. biuncialis, Cladonia uncialis subsp. dicraea), Cladonia uncialis subsp. uncialis (Cladonia pseudostellata, Cladina uncialis, Cladonia uncialis var. pseudoparecha, Cenomyce uncialis, Cladonia stellata f. uncialis, Cenomyce uncialis var. pseudoparecha, Cenomyce uncialis var. uncialis), Cladonia uncialis f. bolacina, Cladonia uncialis f. crispata, Cladonia uncialis f. holacina, Cladonia uncialis f. humilior, Cladonia uncialis f. integerrima, Cladonia uncialis f. leptostelis, Cladonia uncialis f. rubescens, Cladonia uncialis f. spinosa, Cladonia uncialis f. torulosa, Cladonia uncialis f. uncialis, Cladonia uncialis var. dicraea, Cladonia uncialis var. obtusata, Cladonia uncialis var. pseudo-oxyceras, Cladonia uncialis var. uncialis, Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg. subsp. uncialis, Cladonia uncialis f. obtusata
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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

Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg
845789Harris, S.; Hodgdon   19131935-04-07
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Otis

Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium

Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg.
CUP-L-0000265Stewart H. Burnham   s.n.1908-08-01
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Mount Washington; Bash Bish Falls.

New York Botanical Garden

Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg.
1540664R. C. Harris   135381981-03-28
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Bartholomew's Cobble just NW of Ashley Falls.

Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg.
2100952C. F. Reed   601981962-07-28
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., 3-4 mi S of Montville

General Observation and Personal Collections

Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg.
Philip F. May   50721999-00-00
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Near the summit of Mt Everett., 42.1 -73.43333, 780m

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Google Map

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