Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Dimelaena oreina (Rinodina hueana, Rinodina novomexicana, Rinodina oreina, Rinodina suboreina, Amphiloma oreinum, Lecanora oreina, Lecanora straminea var. oreina, Parmelia oreina, Psora oreina, Rinodina hueana f. dispersa, Rinodina hueana f. hueana, Rinodina hueana f. microcarpoides, Rinodina oreina f. dispersoareolata, Rinodina oreina f. oreina, Rinodina oreina var. fimbriata, Rinodina oreina var. griseoviridis, Rinodina oreina var. hueana, Rinodina oreina var. oreina, Beltraminia oreina, Berengeria oreina, Placodium oreinum, Placothallia oreina, Squamaria oreina), Dimelaena oreina var. oreina
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany


Harvard University
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
barcode-00389479P. F. May   51131999-11-01
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire County, Mt. Washington township, Mount Everett, 50 to 150 m S to SW of summit tower, 42.1 -73.433333, 790m

General Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
Elisabeth Lay   94-10701994-09-27
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Pine Cobble Trail from Cole Grove Rd to top. Young mixed deciduous forest with quartzite outcrops near ridge line. Fairly shaded., 42.7 -73.216667

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
1613473R. C. Harris   s.n.1982-06-10
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Bartholomew's Cobble, Ashley Falls.

NY
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
1613475R. C. Harris   135391981-03-28
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Bartholomew's Cobble just NW of Ashley Falls.


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