Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cladonia aberrans (Cladina aberrans)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Cladina aberrans (Abbayes) Hale & W.L. Culb.
59923Emily A. Holt   222472004-07-10
United States, Alaska, Noatak National Preserve, 68.25744 -160.4261, 800 - 800m

ALA
Cladina aberrans (Abbayes) Hale & W.L. Culb.
54914Mikhail P. Andreev   9261151992-07-29
United States, Alaska, Bendeleben Quad.: Bering Land Bridge NP, Seward Peninsula, Twin Calderas, 65.4166666667 -163.2666666667, - 495m

ALA
Cladonia aberrans (des Abb.) Stuck
2549unknown   1800-01-01
United States, Alaska

ALA
Cladonia aberrans (des Abb.) Stuck
2547unknown   1800-01-01
United States, Alaska

ALA
Cladonia aberrans (des Abb.) Stuck
2548unknown   1800-01-01
United States, Alaska

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
Cladina aberrans (Abbayes) Hale & W.L. Culb.
WTU-L-027040K.A. Glew   7-81-27-101981-07-27
United States, Alaska, Burro Creek, across the inlet from Skagway; on trail behind homestead., 59.435473 -135.372085, 16m


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