Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Carbonicola anthracophila (Biatora anthracophila, Hypocenomyce anthracophila, Lecidea anthracophila, Psora anthracophila, Biatora ostreata var. cladonioides)
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & G. Schneider
235624T.J. Sullivan   33351984-07-03
USA, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park, Mt. Desert Island, S-end of Southern Neck on Long Pond, 44.327575 -68.366694

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


MIN:Lichens
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & G. Schneider
797576Wetmore, C.   46550A1983-06-24
United States, Maine, Hancock, Oak Hill Cliff; Acadia National Park, 44.33805556 -68.17833333

MIN:Lichens
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & G. Schneider
797595Wetmore, C.   464771983-06-24
United States, Maine, Hancock, Dorr Mt, Ne Side; Acadia National Park, 44.36694444 -68.21694444

MIN:Lichens
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & G. Schneider
798001Sullivan, T.   49431985-06-27
United States, Maine, Hancock, Nw of Lower Hadlock Pond; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & G. Schneider
798169Sullivan, T.   33351984-07-03
United States, Maine, Hancock, Long Pond, Southern Neck; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & G. Schneider
798469Sullivan, T.   4991983-06-19
United States, Maine, Hancock, St. Sauveur Mt, Nw Slope; Acadia National Park

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Hypocenomyce anthracophila (Nyl.) P. James & Gotth. Schneid.
C. Wetmore   464771983-06-24
United States, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park. Mt. Desert Isl. NE side of Dorr Mt. S of Bar Harbor.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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