North American Lichen Herbaria
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Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area (BOHA) (ALL ISLANDS)
Citation: LaGreca, S., E. Lay, D. Greene, E. Kneiper, & M. Lincoln. 2005. The Lichens and Bryophytes of the Boston Harbor Islands. Northeastern Naturalist 12(Special Issue 3):77-98.
Total Taxa (details): 175
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Greene no. 2-29-8-20-01B (FH) was listed as the voucher for this species in LaGreca et al. (2005), but this species could not be found in the LichenPortal
Based on unvouchered observation in unpublished manuscript by Nokes et al. NB: species is present on Cape Ann according to Flenniken & Gibson (2003).
This specimen, LaGreca 1084, in FH, redetermined as L. sp. by Brodo in 2008
This specimen, LaGreca 999, in FH, was determined as L. salina by Brodo in 2008. See: Brodo, 2010: Botany 88(4): 352-358. Original det, by S. LaGreca, was L. hagenii.; E. Lay 90-0181 [NY]
Lay 02-0130 (FH) was listed as the voucher for this species in LaGreca et al. (2005) but specimen cannot be found in LichenPortal
Originally id'd as R. confragosa. Re-determined by J. Sheard, 2010. First record for North America!; D. N. Greene 23-29-8-6-02 [FH]
New to MA. Record based on unpublished manuscript by Nokes et al.
This specimen was listed as V. silicicola in LaGreca et al. (2005); E. Lay 98-0508 [NY]
E. Kneiper BH243 (FH) is listed as the voucher for this species in LaGreca et al. (2005) but specimen cannot be found in the LichenPortal
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