Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora leptacina (Lecanora intricata var. leptacina), Lecanora leptacina var. jerfsoeënsis, Lecanora leptacina var. leptacina
Search Criteria: Alaska; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University


BRY
BRY-L-0008199John W. Thomson   sl-2648, 91861958-07-27
United States, Alaska, Imiksonn Lake vicinity: 6 miles SSW of Barrow Base, 71.233333 -156.75

BRY
BRY-L-0008200John W. Thomson   sl-2649, 102921958-07-00
United States, Alaska, Umiat vicinity: Along the N ridge of the Colville River, at Umiat., 69.416667 -152.166667

BRY
BRY-L-0008201Sam Shushan   sl-2650, 104511958-00-00
United States, Alaska, Wainwright vicinity: along Kaolak River south of Wainright, 69.933333 -159.95

Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANL
CANL 122797Beschel, Roland E.   145481965-08-11
United States, Alaska, Juneau Borough (AK), Juneau Icefield: Camp 8, Alaska-B.C. border., 64.05 -141.3, 2200m

University Museum of Bergen


BG
102020/1T. Tønsberg   428362013-07-29
United States, Alaska, Lake and Peninsula Borough, Katmai National Preserve, N of Mirror Lake, 59.2425 -154.7588

BG
101056/1T. Tønsberg   455732015-07-11
United States, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Harding Icefield Trail, ridge above Exit Glacier [United States, ALASKA, KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH], 60.1842 -149.673

BG
100959/1T. Tønsberg   454812015-07-09
United States, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park, Coleman Bay, above NE end, off Aialik Bay [United States, ALASKA, KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH], 59.8812 -149.6168

BG
101053/1T. Tønsberg   45571c2015-07-11
United States, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Harding Icefield Trail, ridge above Exit Glacier [United States, ALASKA, KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH], 60.1842 -149.673

BG
101058/1T. Tønsberg   455752015-07-11
United States, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Harding Icefield Trail, ridge above Exit Glacier [United States, ALASKA, KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH], 60.1842 -149.673

BG
102036/1T. Tønsberg   428572013-07-29
United States, Alaska, Lake and Peninsula County, Katmai National Park, shoreline near camp on north side of Mirror Lake, 59.246 -154.7483

BG
102042/1T. Tønsberg   428652013-07-30
United States, Alaska, Lake and Peninsula County, Katmai National Park, Contact Ridge, 58.2627 -155.8872

BG
102051/1T. Tønsberg   428772013-07-30
United States, Alaska, Lake and Peninsula Co, Katmai National Park, ridgetop west of Contact Creek, 58.2633 -155.8887

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
UAMb:Herb:55515Karen Dillman   11751993-07-11
United States, Alaska, Kupreanof Island, Lindenberg Peninsula, Sheridan Peak, lake between Scott and Sheridan Peaks., 56.91459 -133.02653, 1000 - 1000m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:55514Karen Dillman   13421993-07-05
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Cosmos Range, south of Swan Lake, north of Cosmos Peak., 57.0045 -132.7328, 1267 - 1267m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0076152John W. Thomson   103071958-07-24
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Along the north ridge of the Colville River, at Umiat, 69.416667 -152.166667

WIS
WIS-L-0076153John W. Thomson   102921958-07-24
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Along the north ridge of the Colville River at Umiat, 69.416667 -152.166667

WIS
WIS-L-0076154John W. Thomson   102971958-07-24
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Along the north ridge of the Colville River, at Umiat, 69.416667 -152.166667

WIS
WIS-L-0076155Sam Shushan   104511958-07-13
United States, Alaska, Along the Kaolak River, south of Wainright, 69.933333 -159.95

WIS
WIS-L-0076156John W. Thomson   91861958-07-27
United States, Alaska, North Slope, Vicinity of Imiksonn Lake, 6 mi SSW of Barrow Base, 71.233333 -156.75


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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