Dataset: OSU-L
Taxa: Pertusariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Lichens, OSC


OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Trypethelium mastoideum
32782Shirley Tucker   7765
U.S.A., Louisiana, East Feliciana, On Parish Road 432, 4 miles west of Longville and 8 miles north of Clinton.

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Trypethelium grossum
32853W.A. Weber & D. McVean   s.n.
New Guinea, Not given, None given, NE New Guinea; Eastern Highlands, Bismarck Ranges: Mount Wilhelm; Lake Aunde., 3445 - 3445m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia farenacea Howard
33608Garry A. Neil   s.n.
U.S.A., Oregon, Benton, 3 mi. NW of Oregon State Univ, Corvallis (1.7 mi. NW of Oak Creek Rd from the Jtn. of N 43rd and Oak Creek Rd.), 44.5833 -123.3333, 183 - 183m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia subthallina Magn.
34468L.H. Pike   3100
U.S.A., Oregon, Jefferson, Along S. shore of Suttle Lake at South Shore Forest Camp., 44.4167 -121.75, 1049 - 1049m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia upsalensis
46022H. Phinney   s.n.
U.S.A., Oregon, None given, Mary's Peak, 1113 - 1113m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia pallescens var. rosella (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
51806Lawrence H. Pike   L-569
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Near Clear Lake, c. 4 mi. N. of Florence., 85 - 85m

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia pallescens var. rosella (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
51815Lawrence H. Pike   L-324
U.S.A., Oregon, Josephine, Siskiyou

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia oregonenesis Magn.
53835BF.P. Sipe   916
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, near logging camp, Dexter

OSU-OSC:L-Lichens
Ochrolechia subthallina Magn.
53838F. P. Sipe   821
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Hardesty Mountain trail; on Douglas Fir


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