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Specimen Record

Micarea erratica(Korber) Hertel, Rambold & Pietschmann

From Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvincePennsylvania
County/ParishChester
LocalityAt The Intersection Of Chrome Trail And Nature Trail, Ca. 1 1/2 Miles From Park Entrance Along Park Road, Nottingham Serpentine Barrens, Nottingham Park, Southwest Of Nottingham, Ca. 3 Miles Northwest Of Rising Sun.
Latitude39.73778
Longitude-76.03861
Institution CodePh
Catalog NumberPh00092625
Collected ByJames C. Lendemer; Ethel W. Mccardell
Date Collected2003-12-29

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PH (the botanical herbarium of the Academy of Natural Sciences) is the oldest institutional herbarium in the United States. It is a national resource for material from 1750-1850. The diatom herbarium (ANSP) is managed separately.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameMicarea erratica
KingdomFungi
FamilyByssolomataceae
GenusMicarea
Specific Epitheterratica
Scientific Name Authors(Korber) Hertel, Rambold & Pietschmann
Specimen
Date Identified2004-01-02
Catalog NumberPH00092625
Institution CodePH
Occurrence ID1728412
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Associated TaxaCladonia cristatella, Cladonia subcariosa s. lat., Cladonia grayi, Cladonia piedmontensis
Collection Event
Collected ByJames C. Lendemer; Ethel W. McCardell
Collector Number1699
Date Collected2003-12-29
Verbatim Date CollectedDecember 29, 2003
Collection RemarksThallus saxicolous, crustose, areolate, gray, esorediate, UV-; apothecia black, margins smooth, persistent; epihymenium blue-green; hymenium colorless; hypothecium brown; spores colorless, simple, obtuse-ellipsoid, ca. 8-per ascus, 6 micro m x 2-3 micro m
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvincePennsylvania
CountyChester
Continentnorth america
LocalityAt the intersection of Chrome Trail and Nature Trail, ca. 1 1/2 miles from park entrance along Park Road, Nottingham Serpentine Barrens, Nottingham Park, southwest of Nottingham, ca. 3 miles northwest of Rising Sun.
HabitatIn an open hillside with extensive rock exposures, "savanna" serpentine barren, and bordered by a pine dominated pine - oak forest.; On rocks.
Decimal Latitude39.73778
Decimal Longitude-76.03861
Minimum Elevation in Meters116
Verbatim Elevationca. 380 ft.
Verbatim Coordinates39°44'16"N, 76°02'19"W
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Modified2015-04-01 10:50:39
dcterms:referenceshttp://lichenportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=1728412
symbiota:recordEnteredBymzanger
dwc:collectionIDcb974399-6966-4d9a-9755-515c9c5d0929
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