Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora circumborealis
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
787852Sullivan, T.   44751984-07-22
United States, Maine, Hancock, Long Pond, S End; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
787897Sullivan, T.   40721984-07-17
United States, Maine, Hancock, Uncle Dick Hill, Se of; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
787983Sullivan, T.   32661984-07-02
United States, Maine, Hancock, Whalesback, Se of; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
788063Sullivan, T.   21571983-07-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Lake Wood, Nw of; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
788064Sullivan, T.   21551983-07-19
United States, Maine, Hancock, Aunt Betty Pond, Ne of; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
788087Sullivan, T.   18891983-07-14
United States, Maine, Knox, Isle Au Haut, Western Head; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
797599Wetmore, C.   464671983-06-23
United States, Maine, Hancock, Big Heath; Acadia National Park, 44.23916667 -68.31055556

MIN:Lichens
797690Wetmore, C.   459721983-06-19
United States, Maine, Hancock, St. Sauveur Mt, Nw Slope; Acadia National Park, 44.31027778 -68.32722222

MIN:Lichens
909619Sullivan, T.   11761983-07-03
United States, Maine, Hancock, Upper Hadlock Pond, S of; Acadia National Park

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
T. Sullivan   21571983-07-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Acadia nat'l park; mt. desert i. nw of lake wood

University of Maine Herbaria


MAINE
MAINE-L-0008200Thomas J. Sullivan   21551979-07-18
United States, MAINE, HANCOCK, Acadia National Park. Mt. Desert Isl. NE of Aunt Betty Pond (W of park headquarters) along carriage trail. Bar Harbor, 44.37 -68.27


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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