Utah Valley University Herbarium

Label

 
Accession # 06237 
Family
Family - UVUAPG III FamilyCronquist FamilyA Utah Flora
Family
Lecanoraceae  
Species Lecanora cenisia Ach.
Common name   rim lichen
Collector(s)
D. Carter   s.n.  
Coll. Date 25 July 2000 
Geography United States.  Utah.  San Juan County
Locality Abajo Mountains, just before Dalton Springs. 
 
Elev.: 9500 ft. (2896 m.)
Latitude Longitude 37° 48'  N, 109° 29'  W
Township Range T34S, R22E  
Datum Not recorded
Uncertainty Polygon diameter (with coordinate as origin): 5' (9200 m.)
Specimen Notes rare to locally common. 

Taxonomy


Synonyms recognized by ITIS (bold taxon is currently accepted):

     Lecanora cenisia Ach.

Common Name(s):.

Taxonomic Hierarchy: (ITIS TSN=190339, click for more information and references)

        Kingdom: Fungi
            Division: Ascomycota
                Subdivision: Pezizomycotina
                    Class: Lecanoromycetes
                        Order: Lecanorales
                            Suborder: Lecanorineae
                                Family: Lecanoraceae
                                    Genus: Lecanora
                                        Species: Lecanora cenisia
                                                                                            

Images

Available images of this specimen (click to view):
specimen image: 06237s1.jpg

Nearby Accessions


Other accessions in the database collected near this one:

Accession Name Dist., dir.
06234 Evernia divaricata      "ring lichen" same section
06229 Peltigera canina      "felt lichen" same section
06232 Peltigera rufescens      "felt lichen" same section
06231 Ramalina sinensis      "cartilage lichen" same section
04475 Sagina saginoides      "arctic pearlwort" 1.2 mi. S
04581 Sisyrinchium idahoense      "Idaho blue-eyed grass" 1.2 mi. S
06238 Xanthoparmelia coloradoensis      "Colorado xanthoparmelia lichen" same section

Locale


Nearby locations from the USGS Geographic Name Information System (GNIS) database:

Name County Dist., dir. Elevation (ft.) 7.5' Quad Name
Camp Jackson Dam (Dam) San Juan County, UT 0.6 mi. N 9167  Abajo Peak 
Camp Jackson Reservoir (Reservoir) San Juan County, UT 0.6 mi. N 9167  Abajo Peak 
Camp Jackson (Locale) San Juan County, UT 0.6 mi. N 9141  Abajo Peak 
Jackson Camp (Locale) San Juan County, UT 0.9 mi. E 9525  Abajo Peak 
Dream Mine (Mine) San Juan County, UT 1.3 mi. N 9459  Abajo Peak 
Cooley Gulch (Valley) San Juan County, UT 1.4 mi. N   Abajo Peak 
Dream Mine (Mine) San Juan County, UT 1.4 mi. N 8517  Abajo Peak 
Red Bluff Campground (Locale) San Juan County, UT 1.2 mi. W 7986  Mount Linnaeus 
South Peak (Summit) San Juan County, UT 1.6 mi. NE 11103  Abajo Peak 
Cherry Creek (Stream) San Juan County, UT 1.7 mi. W   Mount Linnaeus 
Dickson Pass (Gap) San Juan County, UT 1.9 mi. NE 10437  Abajo Peak 
Red Bluffs (Cliff) San Juan County, UT 1.8 mi. W 8380  Mount Linnaeus 
Gold Queen Mine (Mine) San Juan County, UT 2.3 mi. N 10886  Abajo Peak 
Jackson Ridge (Ridge) San Juan County, UT 2.7 mi. N 11136  Abajo Peak 
Cooley Pass (Gap) San Juan County, UT 2.9 mi. N 10755  Abajo Peak 
Abajo Peak (Summit) San Juan County, UT 2.9 mi. N 11296  Abajo Peak 
Indian Creek Ranger Station (Locale) San Juan County, UT 3 mi. N 9361  Mount Linnaeus 
North Creek Pass (Gap) San Juan County, UT 3.3 mi. N 10279  Abajo Peak 
San Juan County (Civil) San Juan County, UT 3.6 mi. S 7527  Mount Linnaeus 
Duckett Ridge (Ridge) San Juan County, UT 3 mi. W 10069  Mount Linnaeus 

Links

Taxon Links for species Lecanora cenisia  Ach.

CalPhotos, Berkeley Digital Library Project

CNPS Manual of California Vegetation Database

USDA Plants database
University of Washington Herbarium: Plants of Washington (images)

Texas A&M University: Image Library (images)

Lady Bird Johnson's Wildflower Center

Google Images

External link to this species in the UVU Herbarium:
http://herbarium.UVU.edu/virtual/search.asp?taxon=Lecanora+cenisia

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