Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anisomeridium (Ditremis, Microthelia, Lembidium)
Search Criteria: Massachusetts; Berkshire; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


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Anisomeridium nyssogenum (Ellis & Everh.) R.C. Harris
C0096513FR. C. Harris   422311998-09-18
U.S.A., Massachusetts, Berkshire, Cheshire, E of Lanesborough Road, along Pettibone Brook, Abandoned limestone quarry and adjacent mixed hardwood, 42.55 -73.2, 410 - 450m

General Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Scott LaGreca   20012009-07-06
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. East side of gorge., 42.518611 -72.996667, 435m

CNALH:Observation
Scott LaGreca   20042010-09-25
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. At falls on north end of gorge.

New York Botanical Garden


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Anisomeridium distans (Willey) R.C. Harris
1363088Richard C. Harris   1982-06-10
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Bartholomew's Cobble, Ashley Falls.

NY
Anisomeridium polypori (Ellis & Everh.) M. E. Barr
1363156Richard C. Harris   422311998-09-18
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Town of Cheshire, abandoned limestone quarry and adjacent mixed hardwoods E of Lanesborough Road, along Pettibone Brook., 42.716667 -73.2

NY
Anisomeridium polypori (Ellis & Everh.) M. E. Barr
1363159Richard C. Harris   135151981-03-28
United States, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Bartholomew's Cobble just NW of Ashley Falls.

NY
Anisomeridium polypori (Ellis & Everh.) M. E. Barr
1363160William R. Buck   277201995-05-07
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Town of North Adams, Natural Bridge State Park, 42.7 -73.083333

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Anisomeridium distans (Willey) R.C. Harris
1181278J. C. Lendemer   224962010-06-04
United States of America, Massachusetts, Berkshire Co., Town of Hancock, Pittsfield State Forest, S half of Berry Pond Circuit Road ~1.25 mi N of entrance, 42.4953 -73.3097, 457 - 457m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

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