Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bryoria fuscescens (Bryoria chalybeiformis, Bryoria lanestris, Bryoria subcana, Alectoria chalybeiformis, Alectoria lanestris, Alectoria positiva, Alectoria subcana, Bryopogon pacificus, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. buekkensis, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. chalybeiformis, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. lanestris, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. nigrescens, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. prostrateosteola, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. prostratosteola, Alectoria chalybeiformis f. terrestris, Alectoria haynaldii, Alectoria lanestris f. achariana, Alectoria lanestris f. haynaldii, Alectoria lanestris f. lanestris, Alectoria lanestris f. prostratosteola, Alectoria lanestris var. achariana, Alectoria lanestris var. lanestris, Alectoria prostratosteola, Alectoria subcana f. subcana, Alectoria subcana f. subfusca, Alectoria subcana f. subosteola, Alectoria subcana var. bicolorata, Alectoria subcana var. fuscidula, Alectoria subcana var. obscurata, Alectoria subcana var. osteola, Alectoria subcana var. subcana, Alectoria subcana var. subfusca, Alectoria subcana var. subosteola, Bryopogon chalybeiformis, Bryopogon haynaldii, Bryopogon lanestris, Bryopogon prostratosteolus, Bryopogon subcanus, Bryopogon subosteolus, Bryoria chalybeiformis f. chalybeiformis, Bryoria chalybeiformis f. prostratosteola, Bryoria haynaldii, Usnea chalybeiformis, Alectoria jubata f. tenerrima, Alectoria jubata var. lanestris, Alectoria jubata var. subcana, Alectoria prolixa var. subcana, Bryopogon chalybeiformis f. chalybeiformis, Bryopogon chalybeiformis f. lanestris, Bryopogon chalybeiformis f. pallidum, Bryopogon haynaldii f. acharianus, Bryopogon haynaldii f. carpaticus, Bryopogon haynaldii f. haynaldii, Bryopogon haynaldii f. nitidiusculus, Bryopogon haynaldii f. osteologriseus, Bryopogon haynaldii f. subacharianus, Bryopogon jubatus f. lanestris, Bryopogon jubatus var. chalybeiformis, Bryopogon lanestris f. acharianus, Bryopogon lanestris f. canadensis, Bryopogon lanestris f. haynaldii, Bryopogon lanestris f. lanestris, Bryopogon lanestris f. prostratosteolus, Bryopogon subcanus var. bicoloratus, Bryopogon subcanus var. obscuratus, Bryopogon subcanus var. subcanus, Lichen chalybeiformis, Setaria jubata var. chalybeiformis, Parmelia jubata var. chalybeiformis), Bryoria fuscescens f. fuscescens, Bryoria fuscescens f. pallida, Bryoria fuscescens var. fuscescens (Alectoria fuscescens, Alectoria fuscescens f. pallida, Alectoria fuscescens var. canescens, Alectoria fuscescens var. crispa, Parmelia jubata var. prolixa), Bryoria fuscescens var. positiva (Alectoria fuscescens var. positiva)
Search Criteria: United States; Wisconsin; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Michigan State University


MSC:Lichen
Bryoria fuscescens (Gyelnik) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
MSC0050147Malachowski, James   19521976-08-05
United States, Wisconsin, Bayfield, At east end of York Island, Apostle Islands

MSC:Lichen
Bryoria fuscescens (Gyelnik) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
MSC0050149Malachowski, James   1976-08-13
United States, Wisconsin, Bayfield, In western, central and norther portions of Sand Island, Apostle Islands

University of Cincinnati, Margaret H. Fulford Herbarium


CINC
Bryoria chalybeiformis (L.) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
CINC-L-0000056Braun, E.L.   s.n.0000-00-00
United States, Wisconsin

Uppsala University Exsiccati


UPS
Bryoria fuscescens (Gyelnik) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
L-525557John W. Thomson Jr   1946-05-23
United States, Wisconsin, Ashland, 7 miles west of Glidden, Ashland Co

Willard Sherman Turrell Herbarium, Miami University


MU
Bryoria fuscescens (Gyelnik) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
000156067J. A. Moore   11841932-08-29
United States, Wisconsin, Vilas, Camp Highlands, Plum Lake


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