Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Rhizoplaca chrysoleuca (Lecanora chrysoleuca, Lecanora rubina, Lecanora chrysoleuca f. chrysoleuca, Lecanora chrysoleuca f. exsulans, Lecanora chrysoleuca var. chrysoleuca, Lecanora chrysoleuca var. melanophthalma, Lecanora chrysoleuca var. opaca, Lecanora rubina f. rubina, Lecanora rubina var. australis, Lecanora rubina var. rubina, Lobaria chrysoleuca, Lobaria rubina, Omphalodium rubinum, Parmelia chrysoleuca, Parmelia rubina, Parmularia rubina, Psoroma chrysoleucum, Lichen chrysoleucus, Lichen rubinus, Omphalodina rubina, Patellaria rubina, Placodium chrysoleucum, Placodium rubinum, Placolecanora chrysoleuca, Placolecanora rubina, Squamaria chrysoleuca, Squamaria rubina, Placodium rubinum var. melanophthalmum, Placodium rubinum var. rubinum, Squamaria chrysoleuca var. subdiscrepans), Rhizoplaca chrysoleuca var. australis, Rhizoplaca chrysoleuca var. chrysoleuca
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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General Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Elisabeth Lay   93-04321993-06-19
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Mt. Greylock State Reservation. Rockwell Rd. to Rounds Rock Loop Trail. Young deciduous trees to open blueberry fields with silicious schists/gneiss outcrops; Two great overlooks., 42.637222 -73.166111

CNALH:Observation
Elisabeth Lay   95-11721995-06-07
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Black Rock.Tr. from Berkshire School, through mixed mesic hardwoods to south-facing outcrop with solution pits to summit. Possible calcareous lower part and upper part., 42.122778 -73.421389


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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