Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Thelidium decipiens (Sagedia decipiens, Thelidium immersum, Thelidium leightonii, Verrucaria decipiens, Verrucaria immersa, Thelidium immersum var. amylaceum, Thelidium immersum var. immersum, Thelidium leightonii var. amylaceum, Thelidium leightonii var. leightonii, Verrucaria pyrenophora var. decipiens), Thelidium decipiens f. cinerascens, Thelidium decipiens f. decipiens, Thelidium decipiens var. decipiens, Thelidium decipiens var. pachysporum
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden

Thelidium decipiens (Nyl.) Kremp.
03303431E. Lay   95-09931995-05-07
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., North Adams. Natural Bridge State Park. Hudson Brook and environs., 42.7072 -73.0847, 183 - 183m

General Observation and Personal Collections

Thelidium decipiens (Nyl.) Krempelh.
Elisabeth Lay   95-09931995-05-07
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Natural Bridge State Park. Hudson Brook and environs. Open marble outcrops; shaded stream through marble ravine. Black willow, white ash, cottonwood, american elm, hemlock., 42.707222 -73.084722, 183m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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