Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Micarea prasina (Catillaria prasina, Biatora byssacea, Biatora prasina, Catillaria micrococca f. glebulosa, Catillaria micrococca f. micrococca, Catillaria micrococca var. discrepans, Catillaria micrococca var. micrococca, Catillaria prasina f. byssacea, Catillaria prasina f. lactea, Catillaria prasina f. longior, Catillaria prasina f. ocelliformis, Catillaria prasina f. prasina, Catillaria prasina f. prasiniza, Catillaria prasina var. hypocyanea, Catillaria prasina var. laevior, Catillaria prasina var. occulta, Catillaria prasina var. prasina, Catillaria prasina var. sordidescens, Catillaria prasiniza, Catillaria sordidescens, Lecidea prasina, Lecidea prasiniza, Lecidea sordidescens, Micarea prasina var. sordidescens, Biatorina prasina, Biatorina prasiniza, Biatorina sordidescens, Lecidea prasina var. laevior, Lecidea prasina var. prasina), Micarea prasina f. prasina, Micarea prasina var. prasina
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Windsor Jambs; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium

CUP-L-0008078Scott LaGreca   19822009-08-03
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. East side of gorge., 42.520833 -72.995556, 462m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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