Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pseudevernia cladonia (Parmelia cladonia, Evernia furfuracea var. cladonia)
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
660921Llano, G.   s.n.1940-08-00
United States, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
754370Sullivan, T.   2329A1983-07-21
United States, Maine, Hancock, Schoodic Peninsula, The Anvil; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
754808Sullivan, T.   12181983-07-03
United States, Maine, Hancock, Upper Hadlock Pond, S of; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
754973Sullivan, T.   8061983-06-28
United States, Maine, Hancock, Norumbega Mt, Nw Slope; Acadia National Park

MIN:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
755207Wetmore, C.   463971983-06-23
United States, Maine, Hancock, Ship Harbor, W Side; Acadia National Park, 44.22972222 -68.32666667

MIN:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
798456Sullivan, T.   5891983-06-25
United States, Maine, Hancock, Thompson Island, S of; Acadia National Park

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
02171358E. Lay   05-01062005-06-28
United States of America, Maine, Hancock Co., Southwest Harbor Township, Acadia National Park, east side of Bernard Mt. between confluence of South Face and Sluiceway Trails, 44.30072 -68.36856, 213 - 274m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Pseudevernia cladonia (Tuck.) Hale & W.L. Culb.
T. Sullivan   23291983-07-21
United States, Maine, Hancock, Acadia National Park. Schoodic Peninsula. The Anvil


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.