Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aspilidea myrinii (Aspicilia myrinii, Lecanora myrinii, Aspicilia cinerea var. myrinii, Aspicilia myrinii var. myrinii, Aspicilia myrinii var. subadunans, Lecanora myrinii var. myrinii, Lecanora myrinii var. subadunans, Parmelia myrinii, Urceolaria myrinii)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University


BRY
ASPILIDEA MYRINII (Fr.) Hafellner
BRY-L-0000881David J. Cooper   cl-2601979-07-16
United States, Alaska, Endicott Mountains of Brooks Range: Arrigetch Creek Valley., 67.441667 -154.083333, 853m

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Aspicilia myrinii (Fr.) Stein
21185unknown, Stephen S. Talbot, Wilfred B. Schofield   4182001-07-25
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; vicinity of Tetlin NWR. Quad. Map: Tanacross (C-3)., 63.698317 -142.254133, 1097 - 1097m

ALA
Aspicilia myrinii (Fr.) Stein
21184unknown, David J. Cooper   CL-2601979-07-16
United States, Alaska, Endicott Mts. of Brooks Range: Arrigetch Creek valley., 67.441667 -154.083333, 853 - 853m

ALA
Aspicilia myrinii (Fr.) Stein
21185unknown, Stephen S. Talbot, Wilfred B. Schofield   4182001-07-25
United States, Alaska

ALA
Aspicilia myrinii (Fr.) Stein
21184unknown, David J. Cooper   CL-2601979-07-16
United States, Alaska

ALA
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
59396Tracy Wiese   NM-1-04d2002-08-29
United States, Alaska, Noatak National Preserve, 68.1202 -159.91338, 261 - 261m

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
Aspicilia myrinii (Fr.) Stein
WTU-L-006468G. Y. McHenry   81589.511989-08-15
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park, Polychrome Pass.

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103844Stephen S. Talbot   11861994-08-22
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Adak Island, Aleutian Islands; West side of Sweeper Cove, 51.854333 -176.634033, 50m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103845John W. Thomson   210661967-07-29
United States, Alaska, Sheep Mountain; Mile 113, Glenn Hwy., 61.833333 -147.5, 1524m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103846John W. Thomson   201121967-07-29
United States, Alaska, Sheep Mountain; Mile 113, Glenn Hwy., 61.833333 -147.5, 1524m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103847David J. Cooper   CL-2601979-07-16
United States, Alaska, Yukon-Koyukuk, Endicott Mts. of Brooks Range: Arrigetch Creek Valley, 67.441667 -154.083333, 853m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103848Stephen S. Talbot   2241993-08-01
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Izembek NWR; Frosty Mountain, 55.123333 -162.838333, 500m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103849Stephen S. Talbot   SM97-115A1997-07-19
United States, Alaska, Glory of Russia Cape area, St. Matthew Island, 60.557633 -172.946017, 100m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103850John W. Thomson   234011967-07-27
United States, Alaska, Thompson Pass at Mile 25.2 along the Richardson Hwy., 61.128611 -145.729722, 838m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103851Stephen S. Talbot   4322001-07-25
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.698317 -142.254133, 1097m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103852Stephen S. Talbot   SM97-1141997-07-19
United States, Alaska, Glory of Russia Cape area, St. Matthew Island, 60.557633 -172.946017, 100m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103853Stephen S. Talbot   4182001-07-25
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.248317 -142.254133, 1097m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103854S. S. Talbot   4182001-07-25
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.698317 -142.254133, 1097m

WIS
Aspilidea myrinii (Fr.) Hafellner
WIS-L-0103855Stephen S. Talbot   4162001-07-25
United States, Alaska, Mount Fairplay; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.698317 -142.254133, 1097m


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