Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Phaeophyscia insignis (Physcia insignis)
Search Criteria: Kentucky; Mammoth; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Phaeophyscia insignis (Mereschk.) Moberg
1232755J. P. Dey   10661A1979-09-00
United States of America, Kentucky, Edmonson Co., Mammoth Cave National Park, approximately 1 km north of main southern entrance to Park along Highway 70 (Old Union City area), 37.1328 -86.0689, 265 - 265m

NY
Phaeophyscia insignis (Mereschk.) Moberg
1232756J. P. Dey   10597A1979-09-00
United States of America, Kentucky, Hart Co., Mammoth Cave National Park, along gravel road along eastern boundary of the Park approximately 3.2 km from its junction with Cave City Pike, 76 - 76m

NY
Phaeophyscia insignis (Mereschk.) Moberg
1232757J. P. Dey   10018C1979-08-00
United States of America, Kentucky, Barren Co., Mammoth Cave National Park, near Baptist Church approximately 0.5 km from the Sand Cave Entrance to the Park on the Cave City Pike, 280 - 280m

NY
Phaeophyscia insignis (Mereschk.) Moberg
2204619J. P. Dey   147341983-05-00
United States of America, Kentucky, Edmonson Co., Mammoth Cave National Park, approximately 1 km north of main southern entrance to Park along Highway 70 (Old Union City area), 37.1328 -86.0689, 265 - 265m


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