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The lichen collection of DePauw University assembled by Winona Welch, complete cryptogamist


Winona Welch's contributions to lichenology are reviewed. An index of the collectors of lichens represented in the DePauw University Herbarium (DPU), now at the New York Botanical Garden (NY), and lists of the Indiana lichen records included are presented. The gift of a few lichens from Wabash, College (WAB) is noted.

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Harris, R.C. The lichen collection of DePauw University assembled by Winona Welch, complete cryptogamist. Brittonia 40, 172–179 (1988).

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