Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Alectoria sarmentosa subsp. sarmentosa (Alectoria sarmentosa f. sarmentosa, Alectoria sarmentosa var. sarmentosa, Bryopogon sarmentosus, Cornicularia sarmentosa, Evernia sarmentosa, Parmelia sarmentosa, Bryopogon ochroleucus var. sarmentosus, Cornicularia sarmentosa var. sarmentosa, Eualectoria sarmentosa, Lichen sarmentosus, Eualectoria sarmentosa var. dichotoma, Eualectoria sarmentosa var. hypocyphellata, Eualectoria sarmentosa var. sarmentosa)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
-. Shulman   2751936-08-13
United States, Alaska, Crab bay

US:Lichens
L. J. Palmer & S. Twitchell   11341924-08-19
United States, Alaska, Flatt.

US:Lichens
L. Hoare   9031996-03-17
United States, Alaska, 1 mi. up Crow Creek Rd, Girdwood S of Anchorage.

US:Lichens
P. Scholander   s.n.1947-00-00
United States, Alaska, Chaddler Lake, Brooks Range.

US:Lichens
Collector unknown   13-1761551948-04-04
United States, Alaska, NE side of Kodiak Is. Damp Spruce Woods, Hillside near Harbor.

US:Lichens
F. V. Coville   3981899-06-05
United States, Alaska, Wrangel.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease   s.n.1899-06-04
United States, Alaska, New Metlakahtla.

US:Lichens
A. Greely & A. Greely   s.n.1902-08-00
United States, Alaska, Columbia Glacier.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease   11841899-06-02
United States, Alaska, Vancouver Island.

US:Lichens
W. Trelease   s.n.1899-06-22
United States, Alaska, Yakutat Bay.

US:Lichens
J. W. Thomson & T. T. Ahti   240701967-07-20
United States, Alaska, Mi 33 Haines Hwy., 59.45 -136.47, 305m

US:Lichens
J. W. Thomson & T. T. Ahti   224431967-07-19
United States, Alaska, Mosquito Lake Campground, 29 mi N of Haines, 2 mi off Haines Hwy., 59.45 -136, 152m

US:Lichens
L. Geiser & C. Derr   12261989-08-19
United States, Alaska, Tongass National Forest/Stikine, Mitkof Is, Raven's Roost, Petersburg D-3., 56.65 -132.77, 518m

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
52217James K. Walton, Michael E. Shephard   179642012-08-08
United States, Alaska, FIA_James_Lagoon, 59.58743 -150.42032, 5 - 5m

ALA
52218James K. Walton, Michael E. Shephard   178942012-08-07
United States, Alaska, FIA_North_Arm_Nuka_Bay, 59.56793 -150.5123, 44 - 44m

ALA
52220James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   182662012-08-31
United States, Alaska, FIA_Bear_Cove, 59.78849 -149.61649, 75 - 75m

ALA
52222James K. Walton, Michael E. Shephard   179962012-08-09
United States, Alaska, FIA_Square_Bay_North, 59.48741 -150.34161, 20 - 20m

ALA
52365James K. Walton   169612012-07-26
United States, Alaska, Katmai National Park, White spruce woodland approx. 1.5 km SW of western shoreline of Malone Lake. Site ID: FIA_KATM_2012_01_S994., 58.39107 -156.17268, 129 - 129m

ALA
52214James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   181552012-08-29
United States, Alaska, FIA_Fire_Cove, 59.65334 -149.77316, 84 - 84m

ALA
52224James K. Walton, Michael E. Shephard   179232012-08-08
United States, Alaska, FIA_S_James_Lagoon, 59.50071 -150.44939, 81 - 81m

ALA
52368James K. Walton   189802013-07-04
United States, Alaska, Katmai National Park, Beetle killed Picea glauca - Betula neoalaskana forest 1.8 km N of Lake Coville - Lake Grosvenor connecting stream. Site ID: FIA_KATM_2013_01_S993., 58.73513 -155.48872, 53 - 53m

ALA
52366James K. Walton   170972012-08-01
United States, Alaska, Katmai National Park, Beetle killed Picea glauca - Betula neoalaska forest 300 m S of the southwest shoreline of Coville Lake. Site ID: FIA_KATM_2009_01_S999., 58.71367 -155.51547, 66 - 66m

ALA
52215James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   181912012-08-29
United States, Alaska, FIA_Verdant_Cove, 59.70901 -149.7493, 61 - 61m

ALA
52223James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   181932012-08-29
United States, Alaska, FIA_Verdant_Cove, 59.70901 -149.7493, 61 - 61m

ALA
52226James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   182002012-08-29
United States, Alaska, FIA_Verdant_Cove, 59.70901 -149.7493, 61 - 61m

ALA
52219James K. Walton, Michael E. Shephard   180222012-08-10
United States, Alaska, FIA_Square_Bay_South, 59.47458 -150.38519, 56 - 56m

ALA
52225James K. Walton, Michael E. Shephard   179782012-08-09
United States, Alaska, FIA_Chance_Cove, 59.48638 -150.31815, 24 - 24m

ALA
52221James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   182222012-08-30
United States, Alaska, FIA_Three_Hole_Bay, 59.74353 -149.62755, 45 - 45m

ALA
52367James K. Walton   190742013-07-03
United States, Alaska, Katmai National Park, Picea glauca forest 4 km N of Coville - Grosvenor connecting stream. Site ID: KATM_2013_01_S993., 58.75503 -155.489, 253 - 253m

ALA
52216James K. Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   180992012-08-28
United States, Alaska, FIA_Crater_Bay, 59.7052 -149.78075, 23 - 23m

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
WTU-L-006565Frances Baker   111956-07-17
United States, Alaska, Ketchikan Gateway, Foot of Deer Mountain Trail., 55.341495 -131.62415

WTU
WTU-L-006566Frances Baker   121956-07-17
United States, Alaska, Ketchikan Gateway, Foot of Deer Mountain Trail., 55.341495 -131.62415

WTU
WTU-L-006567G. K. Culbertson   1181905-10-13
United States, Alaska, Southeast, Windham Bay, Spruce Creek.


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