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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceNebraska
County/ParishGreeley
LocalityScotia: Ca 2 Mi S, 1 Mi W
Latitude41.4418333
Longitude-98.7075
Institution CodeKu
Collection CodeKanu
Catalog Number385715
Collected ByM K Advaita
Date Collected2010-05-07

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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 NameArthrosporum populorum
Kingdomfungi
PhylumAscomycota
ClassLecanoromycetes
OrderLecanorales
FamilyRamalinaceae
GenusArthrosporum
Specific Epithetpopulorum
Specimen
Identified ByM K Advaita
Catalog Number385715
Institution CodeKU
Collection CodeKANU
Occurrence IDb630afe8-ff8f-4fdf-a904-f9e4f072bbc8
Dataset NameR. L. McGregor Herbarium Lichen Collection
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByM K Advaita
Field Number9390
Date Collected2010-05-07
Year2010
Month5
Day7
Collection RemarksOn fallen branches of elm.
Locality
CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceNebraska
CountyGreeley
Higher GeographyUnited States, Nebraska, Greeley
ContinentNorth and Central America
LocalityScotia: ca 2 mi S, 1 mi W
Decimal Latitude41.4418333
Decimal Longitude-98.7075000
Verbatim Elevation1960 ft
Location RemarksHappy Jack Peak & Chalk Mine. Deep narrow wooded valley of bur oak, Chinese elm, and hackberry; shaded picnic area at entrance of old chalk mine, steep slopes above; surrounding flat agricultural land, sandy soil.
Geodetic DatumWGS84
Other
Languageen
Modified2013-11-25 11:21:43.0
IDb630afe8-ff8f-4fdf-a904-f9e4f072bbc8
dwc:georeferenceSourcesGPS
dcterms:accessRightshttp://biodiversity.ku.edu/research/university-kansas-biodiversity-institute-data-publication-and-use-norms
dcterms:licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/deed.en_US
dwc:institutionIDhttp://grbio.org/cool/iakn-125z
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