Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecidea plebeja, Lecidea plebeja f. consimilans, Lecidea plebeja f. plebeja, Lecidea plebeja f. primaria, Lecidea plebeja var. pithyophiloides, Lecidea plebeja var. plebeja
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


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WIS-L-0016940Stephen S. Talbot   SM97-1501997-07-19
United States, Alaska, Glory of Russia Cape area, St. Matthew Island, 60.56003 -172.93302, 5m

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WIS-L-0016939Stephen S. Talbot   6682001-07-28
United States, Alaska, Mile 1278.2 Alaska Hwy.; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.13 -142.06, 610m

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WIS-L-0016938Stephen S. Talbot   661993-07-25
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Izembek NWR; Frosty Mtn, 55.13 -162.84, 220m

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WIS-L-0016936Stephen S. Talbot   711993-07-25
United States, Alaska, Aleutians East, Izembek NWR; Frosty Mtn., 55.12833 -162.83667, 210m

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WIS-L-0016937Stephen S. Talbot   5422001-07-27
United States, Alaska, Southeast Fairbanks, Tanana River area; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 63.39 -143.46, 457m

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WIS-L-0079300A.J. Sharp   s.n.1958-08-08
United States, Alaska, On gravel pavement of airstrip near Mancha Creek and Firth River, 68.67 -141

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WIS-L-0079301S.S. Talbot   6862001-07-28
United States, Alaska, Mile 1248 Alaska Hwy.; vicinity of Tetlin NWR, 62.86755 -141.47495, 549m

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WIS-L-0079302John W. Thomson   177671967-08-01
United States, Alaska, Portage Glacier Campgrounds at Mile 49, along the Sterling Hwy., 60.794747 -148.906329, 48m

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WIS-L-0079303John W. Thomson   174981967-07-26
United States, Alaska, near Valdez at Mile 10 along the Richardson Hwy, 61.07 -146, 91m


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Google Map

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