Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Protoparmelia badia (Lecanora badia, Lecanora grandis, Lecanora badia f. badia, Lecanora badia f. pallescens, Lecanora badia f. rosacea, Lecanora badia subsp. badia, Lecanora badia subsp. picea, Lecanora badia var. badia, Lecanora badia var. biatorina, Lecanora badia var. cinerascens, Lecanora badia var. cinereobadia, Lecanora badia var. crassa, Lecanora badia var. cupreobadia, Lecanora badia var. fuscobrunnea, Lecanora badia var. major, Lecanora badia var. picea, Lecanora badia var. spermogonians, Lecanora picea, Parmelia badia, Rinodina badia, Solenopsora badia, Verrucaria badia, Lichen badius, Lichen piceus, Parmelia badia var. badia, Parmelia badia var. major, Patellaria badia, Solenopsora badia f. badia, Solenopsora badia f. pallescens, Solenopsora badia var. badia, Solenopsora badia var. cinerascens), Protoparmelia badia var. badia, Protoparmelia badia var. cinereobadia, Protoparmelia badia var. nectans
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
Protoparmelia badia (Hoffm.) Hafellner
797669Wetmore, C.   460781983-06-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Bubble Pond, E Shore; Acadia National Park, 44.34861111 -68.23944444

MIN:Lichens
Protoparmelia badia (Hoffm.) Hafellner
797733Wetmore, C.   457671983-06-17
United States, Maine, Hancock, Cadillac Mt, Peak; Acadia National Park, 44.3525 -68.22527778

MIN:Lichens
Protoparmelia badia (Hoffm.) Hafellner
894581Sullivan, T.   54141985-07-02
United States, Maine, Hancock, Sheep Porcupine Island; Acadia National Park

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Protoparmelia badia (Hoffm.) Hafellner
02171357E. Lay   92-02111992-08-27
United States of America, Maine, Hancock Co., Acadia National Park, Schoodic Peninsula, Schoodic Point, 44.3508 -68.0533, 134 - 134m


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