Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora carpinea (Lecanora albella subsp. angulosa, Lecanora albella var. angulosa, Lecanora angulosa, Lecanora carpinea f. carpinea, Lecanora carpinea var. carpinea, Lecanora subfusca f. angulosa, Parmelia angulosa, Verrucaria angulosa, Courtoisia angulosa, Lecanora angulosa f. angulosa, Lecanora angulosa f. fuscella, Lecanora angulosa f. lacteofarinosa, Lecanora angulosa f. lignatilis, Lecanora angulosa f. subangulosa, Lecanora angulosa var. albopruinosa, Lecanora angulosa var. angulosa, Lecanora angulosa var. indurata, Lecanora angulosa var. leptyrea, Lichen angulosus, Lichen carpineus, Patellaria angulosa), Lecanora carpinea f. chondrotypa, Lecanora carpinea f. cinerella, Lecanora carpinea f. convexa, Lecanora carpinea f. decussata, Lecanora carpinea f. indurata, Lecanora carpinea f. lignatilis, Lecanora carpinea var. indurata
Search Criteria: Alabama; Lat: 29.908328 - 30.043328 Long: -88.128328 - -87.924995; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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