Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ionaspis lacustris (Lecanora deplanans, Hymenelia lacustris, Lecanora lacustris, Aspicilia lacustris, Aspicilia lacustris f. concolor, Aspicilia lacustris f. lacustris, Lecanora cyrtaspis, Lecanora fulvomellea, Lecanora gibbosa f. lacustris, Lecanora lacustris f. geographica, Lecanora lacustris f. lacustris, Lichen lacustris)
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Ionaspis lacustris (With.) Lutzoni
CUP-L-0008090Scott LaGreca   20092010-09-07
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. South end of gorge, where the gorge ends.

CUP
Ionaspis lacustris (With.) Lutzoni
CUP-L-0008120Scott LaGreca   19942010-09-25
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. At falls on north end of gorge.

Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
Ionaspis lacustris (With.) Lutzoni
0296781Dix, William L.   s.n.1946-09-00
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Mount Everett

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Lichen Herbarium


SBBG
Ionaspis lacustris (With.) Lutzoni
S. C. Tucker   276951986-08-15
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, 42.666667 -73.083333, 1064m


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Google Map

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