Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Mycobilimbia pilularis (Bacidia sphaeroides, Biatora sphaeroides, Catillaria sphaeroides, Biatora pilularis, Bilimbia sphaeroides, Catillaria sphaeroides f. sphaeroides, Lecidea confluens var. pilularis, Lecidea pilularis, Lecidea sphaeroides, Lecidella pilularis, Biatorina pilularis, Biatorina sphaeroides, Bilimbia sphaeroides f. carneopallida, Bilimbia sphaeroides f. sphaeroides, Bilimbia sphaeroides var. pusilla, Bilimbia sphaeroides var. sphaeroides, Lecidea sphaeroides f. sphaeroides, Lecidea sphaeroides f. vacillans, Lecidea sphaeroides var. obscuratum, Lecidea sphaeroides var. sphaeroides, Lichen sphaeroides, Patellaria sphaeroides, Sporoblastia sphaeroides, Weitenwebera sphaeroides)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University


BRY
MYCOBILIMBIA PILULARIS (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
BRY-L-0010972John W. Thomson   62441958-07-24
United States, Alaska, Umiat vicinity: Along the N ridge of the Colville River, at Umiat., 69.416667 -152.166667

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
22891unknown, Barbara M. Murray   49111973-06-24
United States, Alaska, Survey Pass Quad.: vic. confluence of Alatna and Nahtuk rivers., 67.416667 -153.716667, 305 - 305m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
23333unknown, Carolyn G. Batten   58031973-07-23
United States, Alaska, Killik River Quad.: Lake Kaniksrak. Site 4., 68.183333 -154.15, 610 - 914m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8779unknown, W. A. Weber, Leslie A. Viereck   S 71071956-07-25
United States, Alaska, Mt. McKinley Nat. Park. N.W. slope to summit of Mt. Eielson (Copper Mt.)., 63.416667 -150.333333, 1067 - 1676m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8778unknown, Leslie A. Viereck   75581965-05-26
United States, Alaska, Big Delta Quadrangle. Junction of the Salcha and Tanana Rivers., 64.466667 -146.983333, 195 - 195m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8777unknown, Barbara M. Murray   64031974-08-02
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8776unknown, Barbara M. Murray   92651979-07-31
United States, Alaska, Ikpikpuk River Quad.: Koluktak Test Well. Ikpikpuk River sand dunes and tussock tundra., 69.766667 -154.616667, 60 - 60m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8775unknown, Leslie A. Viereck   70921963-09-20
United States, Alaska, Fairbanks Quadrangle: Floodplain of the Tanana River 20 kilometers southwest of Fairbanks., 64.733333 -148.1, 125 - 125m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8774unknown, Barbara M. Murray   65121974-08-02
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8773unknown, Barbara M. Murray   65311974-08-02
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8779unknown, W. A. Weber, Leslie A. Viereck   S 71071956-07-25
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8775unknown, Leslie A. Viereck   70921963-09-20
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8778unknown, Leslie A. Viereck   75581965-05-26
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8776unknown, Barbara M. Murray   92651979-07-31
United States, Alaska

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8773unknown, Barbara M. Murray   65311974-08-02
United States, Alaska, Mt. Michelson Quad.: Cache Ck, Ikiakpaurak Valley., 69.416667 -146, 427 - 427m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8774unknown, Barbara M. Murray   65121974-08-02
United States, Alaska, Mt. Michelson Quad.: Cache Ck, Ikiakpaurak Valley., 69.416667 -146, 427 - 427m

ALA
Bacidia sphaeroides (Dickson) Zahlbr.
8777unknown, Barbara M. Murray   64031974-08-02
United States, Alaska, Mt. Michelson Quad.: Cache Ck, Ikiakpaurak Valley., 69.416667 -146, 427 - 427m

ALA
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
49953James K. Walton   144602012-03-09
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Midway Lakes, 62.36034513 -151.8909761, 95 - 95m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
COLO-L-0003416Barbara M. Murray   49111973-06-24
United States, Alaska, Survey Pass quadrangle, vicinity confluence of Alatna and Nahtuk Rivers, 67.416667 -153.716667, 305m

COLO:L
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
COLO-L-0003417William A. Weber   s.n.1956-07-25
United States, Alaska, N. W. slope to summit of Mt. Eielson (Copper Mt.), 63.41667 -150.333333, 1067 - 1676m

COLO:L
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
COLO-L-0003429Sam Shushan   53171958-07-09
United States, Alaska, North Slope, along the Kaolak River, south of Wainright, 69.933333 -159.95

COLO:L
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
COLO-L-0003434William A. Weber   s.n.1956-07-29
United States, Alaska, Boggy southwest shore of Wonder Lake, 63.46667 -150.91667, 549m

COLO:L
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
COLO-L-0003441JoAnn W. Flock   FL-8961979-07-05
United States, Alaska, Nome, SEWARD PENINSULA: Cape Prince of Wales. Near bridge over Village Creek, 65.8 -168, 0 - 700m

COLO:L
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
COLO-L-0003447JoAnn W. Flock   FL 9941980-07-24
United States, Alaska, Nome, Seward Peninsula, Cape Prince of Wales, 65.48 -168, 0 - 700m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
WIS-L-0009166Stephen S. Talbot   2462003-07-21
United States, Alaska, Northwest Arctic, Selawik NWR, 66.588306 -158.994083, 3m

WIS
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
WIS-L-0009165Stephen S. Talbot   2402003-07-21
United States, Alaska, Northwest Arctic, Selawik NWR, 66.588306 -158.994083, 3m

University of Wyoming Rocky Mountain Herbarium


RM
Mycobilimbia pilularis (Körb.) Hafellner & Türk
RM-L-0000118L.A. Viereck   70921963-09-20
United States, Alaska, Fairbanks Quadrangle: Floodplain of the Tanana River 20 Kilometers southwest of Fiarbanks, 64.733333 -148.1, 125m


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