Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Parmeliopsis hyperopta (Parmeliopsis diffusa, Foraminella hyperopta, Parmelia hyperopta, Parmeliopsis diffusa f. albidula, Parmeliopsis diffusa f. albosorediata, Parmeliopsis diffusa f. angustifolia, Parmeliopsis diffusa f. diffusa, Parmeliopsis diffusa f. fuscisorediata, Parmeliopsis diffusa f. roseola, Parmeliopsis diffusa var. diffusa, Parmeliopsis diffusa var. evanescenti-virens, Parmeliopsis diffusa var. obsessa, Parmeliopsis hyperopta f. hyperopta, Parmeliopsis hyperopta var. hyperopta, Imbricaria hyperopta, Parmelia hyperopta var. angustifolia, Parmelia hyperopta var. hyperopta), Parmeliopsis hyperopta f. angustifolia, Parmeliopsis hyperopta f. leprosa, Parmeliopsis hyperopta var. angustifolia, Parmeliopsis hyperopta var. esorediata, Parmeliopsis hyperopta var. leprosa
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
756385Sullivan, T.   12491983-07-05
United States, Maine, Hancock, Huguenot Head, S End; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
757444Wetmore, C.   465541983-06-24
United States, Maine, Hancock, Oak Hill Cliff; Acadia National Park, 44.33805556 -68.17833333


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