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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceNebraska
County/ParishCherry
LocalityValentine: 15 Mi E On Hwy 12
Latitude42.892
Longitude-100.3095
Institution CodeKu
Collection CodeKanu
Catalog Number383817
Collected ByM K Advaita
Date Collected2009-05-19

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The R. L. McGregor Herbarium Lichen Collection houses approximately 17,000 specimens of lichens and lichenicolous fungi.

Contacts

Name Caleb Morse
RoleCollection Manager
Emailcmorse@ku.edu
Name Caleb Morse
RoleCollection Manager
Emailcmorse@ku.edu
Name Craig Freeman
RoleCurator-in-Charge
Emailccfree@ku.edu
Name Mark Mort
RoleCurator
Emailmemort@ku.edu
Name Laura Russell
RoleProgrammer
Emaillarussell@ku.edu
Name Caleb Morse
RoleCollection Manager
Emailcmorse@ku.edu
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameCaloplaca microphyllina
Kingdomfungi
PhylumAscomycota
ClassLecanoromycetes
OrderTeloschistales
FamilyTeloschistaceae
GenusCaloplaca
Specific Epithetmicrophyllina
Specimen
Identified ByM K Advaita
Catalog Number383817
Institution CodeKU
Collection CodeKANU
Occurrence IDb51d9bd1-1ed7-11e3-bfac-90b11c41863e
Dataset NameR. L. McGregor Herbarium Lichen Collection
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByM K Advaita
Field Number7560
Date Collected2009-05-19
Year2009
Month5
Day19
Collection RemarksOn decorticate bur oak stump. Locally somewhat common.
Locality
CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceNebraska
CountyCherry
Higher GeographyUnited States, Nebraska, Cherry
ContinentNorth and Central America
LocalityValentine: 15 mi E on Hwy 12
Decimal Latitude42.8920000
Decimal Longitude-100.3095000
Verbatim Elevation701 m
Location RemarksSmith Falls State Park. Unique cool wet habitat of N-facing spring-branch canyons along the Niobrara River, supporting plant community disjunctions from N (spruce, birch, and aspen forest), W (ponderosa pine), and E (basswood, ironwood, black walnut, elm) and including 160 plant and animal species at the edge of their ranges; small spring-fed creek with 21 m waterfall; cool humid bogs and seeps.
Geodetic DatumWGS84
Other
Languageen
Modified2013-07-08 11:21:32.0
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