Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Stereocaulon pileatum (Stereocaulon coralloides f. pumilum, Stereocaulon pileatum f. pumilum, Patellaria pileata), Stereocaulon pileatum f. pileatum, Stereocaulon pileatum f. sessile, Stereocaulon pileatum var. nipponicum, Stereocaulon pileatum var. pileatum, Stereocaulon pileatum f. sorediiferum
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
CUP-L-0008136Scott LaGreca   20582010-09-25
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. At falls on north end of gorge.

General Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Scott LaGreca   20542010-09-07
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. South end of gorge, where the gorge ends.

CNALH:Observation
Elisabeth Lay   94-11531994-09-27
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Taconic Trail NW of Williamstown to NY border.Rt.2 roadcut pulloff just below NY border on east side. Mixed deciduous forest above slate outcrops., 42.7 -73.216667

Michigan State University


MSC:Lichen
MSC0076836Imshaug, Henry A   241111958-09-13
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Around summit of Mt. Greylock, 1064m

MSC:Lichen
MSC0076837Imshaug, Henry A   241011958-09-13
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Around summit of Mt. Greylock, 1064m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
02170480E. Lay   94-11531994-09-27
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Taconic Trail NW of Williamstown to NY border. Rt. 2 roadcut pulloff just below NY border on east side., 42.7 -73.2167

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
H. A. Imshaug   241011958-09-13
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Forest around summit of Mt. Greylock., 1064m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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