Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Opegrapha rupestris (Opegrapha saxicola, Leciographa parasitica, Graphis saxatilis, Leciographa centrifuga, Opegrapha centrifuga, Opegrapha persoonii, Opegrapha saxatilis, Opegrapha saxicola subsp. saxicola, Opegrapha saxicola var. garganica, Opegrapha saxicola var. saxicola, Hysterina persoonii, Leciographa centrifuga f. centrifuga, Leciographa centrifuga f. insidens, Lecoglyphis centrifuga, Opegrapha persoonii var. persoonii, Opegrapha persoonii var. strepsodina), Opegrapha rupestris var. rupestris
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
1391475Richard C. Harris   422241998-09-18
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Town of Cheshire, abandoned limestone quarry and adjacent mixed hardwood of Lanesborough Road, along Pettibone Brook, 42.55 -73.2

NY
1391474Richard C. Harris   422251998-09-18
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Town of Cheshire abandoned limestone quarry and adjacent mixed hardwood of Lanesborough Road, along Pettibone Brook, 42.55 -73.2


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