Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Carbonea vorticosa (Lecidea vorticosa, Lecidea asperella, Lecidea sublatypea)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
692065Nash, T.   132801976-07-00
United States, Alaska, Endicott Mountains, Anaktuvuk Pass; Gates of the Arctic National Park, 68.13333333 -151.75

Brigham Young University


BRY
CARBONEA VORTICOSA (Flörke) Hertel
BRY-L-0002389John W. Thomson   102991958-07-24
United States, Alaska, Umiat vicinity: Along the N ridge of the Colville River, at Umiat., 69.416667 -152.166667

BRY
CARBONEA VORTICOSA (Flörke) Hertel
BRY-L-0002390John W. Thomson   105481958-07-13
United States, Alaska, At top of ridge, along the Pitmegea River, 15 miles upstream from Cape Sabine., 68.8 -164.333333

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
J. W. Thomson   105481958-07-13
United States, Alaska, Along the Pitmegea River, 15 mi upstream from Cape Sabine., 68.8 -164.33

US:Lichens
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
J. W. Thomson & S. Shushan   102991958-07-24
United States, Alaska, Along the N ridge of the Colville River, at Umiat., 69.42 -152.17

US:Lichens
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
W. Maher   103421958-07-09
United States, Alaska, Along the Kaolak River, S of Wainright., 69.93 -159.95

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
2127unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9249131992-07-26
United States, Alaska, Kotzebue Quad.: Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Seward Peninsula, Killeak Lakes, southernmost lake., 66.333333 -164.116667, 37 - 77m

ALA
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
2128unknown, Mikhail P. Andreev   9248171992-07-26
United States, Alaska, Kotzebue Quad.: Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Seward Peninsula, Killeak Lakes, southernmost lake., 66.333333 -164.116667, 37 - 77m

ALA
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
2129unknown, Thomas H. Nash III, T. Moser   132801976-07-00
United States, Alaska, North Slope Borough, Anaktuvuk Pass, Brooks Range., 68.133333 -151.75, 701 - 701m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0011102T.H. Nash III   132801976-07-01
United States, Alaska, North Slope Borough, Anaktuvuk Pass in the Endicott Mountains of the Brooks Range, 68.1333333 -151.75, 700m

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0017466John W. Thomson   230491967-08-06
United States, Alaska, Yukon-Koyukuk, at Mile 108, along the Steese Hwy; Eagle Summit Tundras, 65.483333 -145.483333

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0017468John W. Thomson   229991967-08-04
United States, Alaska, Near Fielding Lake Campsite, 1.5 miles off road from mile 200, Richardson Hwy., 63.2 -145.666667, 945 - 1207m

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0017469John W. Thomson   234371967-07-27
United States, Alaska, Thompson Pass; Mile 25.2 Richardson Hwy., 61.166667 -145.666667, 838m

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0017470Stephen S. Talbot   2451993-08-01
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Izembek NWR; Frostv Mountain, 55.123333 -162.838333

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0045724Stephen S. Talbot   11701994-08-20
United States, Alaska, Aleutians West, Aleutian Islands; Adak Island; Above canyon below Lake Bonnie R, 51.829083 -176.673317, 250m

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0045725John W. Thomson   219101967-07-25
United States, Alaska, Vicinity of Blueberry Lake Campground. Mile 23, Richardson Hwy., 61.15 -145.666667, 610m

WIS
Carbonea vorticosa (Flörke) Hertel
WIS-L-0045726John W. Thomson   178011967-07-31
United States, Alaska, Portage Glacier Campgrounds at Mile 49, along the Sterling Hwy., 60.794747 -148.906329, 48m


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