Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Gyalolechia flavovirescens (Caloplaca flavovirescens, Caloplaca erythrella, Blastenia flavovirescens, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. erythrella, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. flavovirescens, Caloplaca aurantiaca var. inalpina, Caloplaca flavorubescens subsp. flavovirescens, Caloplaca flavovirescens f. flavovirescens, Caloplaca flavovirescens var. flavovirescens, Caloplaca flavovirescens var. inalpina, Lecanora erythrella, Lecanora flavovirescens, Lecanora inalpina, Lecidea erythrella, Parmelia erythrella, Rinodina erythrella, Verrucaria flavovirescens, Callopisma flavovirescens, Lecanora aurantiaca f. flavovirescens, Lecanora aurantiaca subsp. erythrella, Lecanora aurantiaca var. erythrella, Lecanora aurantiaca var. inalpina, Lecanora erythrella var. erythrella, Lecanora erythrella var. pseudoparasitica, Lecanora salicina var. erythrella, Lichen erythrellus, Lichen flavovirescens, Patellaria flavovirescens, Placodium flavovirescens, Callopisma aurantiacum var. flavovirescens, Callopisma aurantiacum var. inalpinum, Callopisma flavovirescens f. cavernarum, Callopisma flavovirescens f. flavovirescens, Placodium aurantiacum var. flavovirescens, Placodium aurantiacum var. inalpinum, Placodium flavovirescens var. cavernarum, Placodium flavovirescens var. flavovirescens, Lecidea erythrella var. flavovirescens)
Search Criteria: Maine; Acadia; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN:Lichens
Caloplaca flavovirescens (Wulfen) Dalla Torre & Sarnth.
797656Wetmore, C.   461051983-06-20
United States, Maine, Hancock, Bubble Pond, E Shore; Acadia National Park, 44.34861111 -68.23944444


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