Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Melanelia stygia (Parmelia stygia, Cetraria stygia, Cornicularia stygia, Lobaria stygia, Parmelia stygia f. lignicola, Parmelia stygia f. stygia, Parmelia stygia var. elveloidea, Parmelia stygia var. orbicularis, Parmelia stygia var. pulvinata, Parmelia stygia var. reagens, Parmelia stygia var. septentrionalis, Parmelia stygia var. stygia, Imbricaria stygia, Lichen stygius, Squamaria stygia, Imbricaria stygia f. conturbata, Imbricaria stygia f. stygia), Melanelia stygia f. angustior, Melanelia stygia f. conturbata, Melanelia stygia f. latior (Cetraria stygia f. latior), Melanelia stygia f. stygia, Melanelia stygia var. stygia
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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General Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Melanelia stygia (L.) Essl.
Elisabeth Lay   94-14121994-09-28
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Mt. Greylock Reservation. Deer Hill Trail loop off Sperry. Crossed Roaring Brook & Falls. West facing humid shaded ravine. Old growth hemlock & spruce., 42.7 -73.216667


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