Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora albella (Lecanora albella var. albella, Lecanora albella f. albella, Lecanora subalbella, Lecanora subfusca f. albella, Parmelia albella, Psora albella, Rinodina albella, Verrucaria albella, Lichen albellus, Lichen pallidus, Parmelia pallida var. albella), Lecanora albella var. rubescens (Lecanora pallida var. rubescens), Lecanora albella f. glaucella, Lecanora albella f. parva, Lecanora albella subsp. albella, Lecanora albella var. arsenei, Lecanora albella var. cinerella, Lecanora albella var. praeferenda, Lecanora albella var. sordidescens
Search Criteria: Alabama; Lat: 29.908328 - 30.043328 Long: -88.128328 - -87.924995; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Earth (KML)

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