Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Peltigera rufescens (Peltigera canina var. rufescens, Lichen rufescens, Peltidea rufescens, Lichen caninus var. rufescens, Peltidea rufescens var. rufescens), Peltigera rufescens f. albidula, Peltigera rufescens f. complicata, Peltigera rufescens f. croatica, Peltigera rufescens f. dilaceratocrispa, Peltigera rufescens f. dilaceratoides, Peltigera rufescens f. isidiata-sorediosa, Peltigera rufescens f. lacera, Peltigera rufescens f. obscura, Peltigera rufescens f. palmata, Peltigera rufescens f. rufescens, Peltigera rufescens f. sorediata, Peltigera rufescens f. sorediifera, Peltigera rufescens f. subchagrinosa, Peltigera rufescens var. gotthardiana, Peltigera rufescens var. groenlandiae, Peltigera rufescens var. incusa, Peltigera rufescens var. palmata, Peltigera rufescens var. polydactylon, Peltigera rufescens var. pseudominiata, Peltigera rufescens var. rhizinosa, Peltigera rufescens var. rufescens, Peltigera rufescens var. saxonica, Peltigera rufescens var. subchagrinosa, Peltigera rufescens var. virescens, Peltigera rufescens var. vulnerata
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany


Harvard University
Peltigera rufescens (Weiss) Humb.
barcode-00470286[no data available]   6691910-07-18
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire County, Lanesboro

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Peltigera rufescens (Weiss) Humb.
2467416R. C. Harris   364221995-05-05
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Town of Cheshire, abandoned limestone quarry and adjacent mixed hardwoods E of Lanesborough Road, along Pettibone Brook, 42.55 -73.2, 410 - 450m


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