Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Xanthoparmelia tasmanica (Parmelia tasmanica, Parmelia conspersa f. lacinulata, Parmelia conspersa var. incisa, Parmelia conspersa var. laxa, Parmelia incisa, Parmelia laxa, Parmelia stramineonitens, Squamarina incisa, Parmelia laxa f. balatonica, Parmelia laxa f. borealis, Parmelia laxa f. caespitosa, Parmelia laxa f. dentaticola, Parmelia laxa f. felkaensis, Parmelia laxa f. lacinulata, Parmelia laxa f. laxa, Parmelia laxa f. montevidensis, Parmelia laxa f. parvala, Parmelia laxa f. parvula, Parmelia laxa f. strigosa, Parmelia laxa f. subtananarivensis, Parmelia laxa var. laxa, Parmelia laxa var. mediterranea, Parmelia laxa var. pulvinaris, Parmelia laxa var. rosettiformis, Parmelia laxa var. subdiffluens, Parmelia laxa var. terricola, Parmelia pulvinaris var. lacinulata)
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN:Lichens
Xanthoparmelia tasmanica (Hook. f. & Taylor) Hale
787790Sullivan, T.   52941985-07-02
United States, Maine, Hancock, Baker Island S of Lighthouse; Acadia National Park


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