Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Gyalolechia flavorubescens (Caloplaca flavorubescens, Caloplaca aurantiaca, Caloplaca aurantiaca f. dealbata, Caloplaca aurantiaca f. fulva, Caloplaca aurantiaca f. lignicola, Caloplaca aurantiaca f. oasis, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. africana, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. diffracta, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. ecrustacea, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. isidiosella, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. pseudoparasitica, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. sendaiensis, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. suberythrella, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. subgilva, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. velana, Caloplaca flavorubescens f. flavorubescens, Caloplaca flavorubescens f. microthelia, Caloplaca flavorubescens subsp. flavorubescens, Caloplaca flavorubescens var. flavorubescens, Parmelia microthelia, Lecanora aurantiaca var. microthelia, Lichen flavorubescens)
Search Criteria: British Columbia; Gulf Islands; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
Caloplaca flavorubescens (Huds.) J.R. Laundon
SRP-L-0002972Roger Rosentreter   18391980-07-16
Canada, British Columbia, Hill above Conconi Reef, Mayne Is, Gulf Islands W Vancouver, BC, Canada., 48.825001 -123.281502, 15m

University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC-University of British Columbia:UBC
Caloplaca flavorubescens (Hudson) J. R. Laundon
L42091Curtis Bj√∂rk; T. Goward   181662009-05-12
Canada, British Columbia, Gulf Islands, North Pender Island, Wallace Point, 48.736667 -123.235, - 10m

UBC-University of British Columbia:UBC
Caloplaca flavorubescens (Hudson) J. R. Laundon
L47908Curtis R Bjork; Trevor Goward; Andy MacKinnon   181922009-05-12
Canada, British Columbia, Gulf Islands. Saltspring Island, north of Mt. Maxwell, east side Cranberry Road., 48.833333 -123.525, 266m


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Google Map

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