Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: Chile; La Araucanía; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
564915P.W. Rundel   74301972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
503635H. Kashiwadani   352691987-11-30
Chile, La Araucanía, Malleco, Parque Nacional Nahuelbuta, ca 35 km W of Angol, 1250m

ASU
505587G. Follmann   1990-01-01
Chile, La Araucanía, Parque Nacional de Nahuelbuta, Piedra del Aguila, 1200m

ASU
Bunodophoron australe (Laurer) A.Massal.
ASUL018271P.W. Rundel   74681972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
510947I.-A. Follmann-Schrag   1963-12-01
Chile, La Araucanía, Malleco, Parque Nacional Nahuelbuta, near Angol, -37.79731 -72.96089, 900m

ASU
537373P.W. Rundel   74441972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
536675P.W. Rundel   74671972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
Menegazzia A. Massal.
552373P.W. Rundel   74471972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villareca, NW slopes of the volcano, 930m

ASU
527526G. Follmann   1990-01-01
Chile, La Araucanía, Araucanía, W of Angol, National Park Nahuelbuta, around Piedra del Aguila, 1300m

ASU
Platismatia glauca (L.) Culb. & C. Culb.
564843P.W. Rundel   74411972-11-21
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
Platismatia glauca (L.) Culb. & C. Culb.
564786P.W. Rundel   74491972-11-21
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
564722M. Mahu   40911976-02-08
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, unreadable

ASU
566120P.W. Rundel   74401972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
568475P.W. Rundel   74711972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
Pseudocyphellaria impressa (Hook. f. & Taylor) Vain.
568521P.W. Rundel   74391972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
568565P.W. Rundel   74331972-11-21
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
Pseudocyphellaria chloroleuca (Hook. f. & Taylor) DuRietz
568584P.W. Rundel   74321972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
570760P.W. Rundel   74651972-11-20
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Volcán Villarica, NE-slope of the volcano, 930m

ASU
Xanthomendoza fallax (Hepp ex Arn.) Søchting, Kärnefelt & S.Y. Kondr.
575672R. Rosentreter   74271992-02-10
Chile, La Araucanía, Lago Gualletue. Source of the Bio Bio Rio, 500 km S of Santiago, -38.6833333 -71.25, 1100m

ASU
Xanthoparmelia microspora (Müll.Arg.) Hale
551574H. Roivainen   31011970-05-23
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Temuco, La Serna, -38.7166667 -72.5833333

ASU
Leptogium (Ach.) Gray
605663Rosentreter, Roger   74581992-02-12
Chile, La Araucanía, Malleco, Maria Jesus Camp off the Bio Bio River, 80 km SW of Tumuco, -38.25 -71.316667, 850m

ASU
606059Roger Rosentreter   74621992-02-12
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Maria Jesus Camp off the Bio Bio River, 80 km SW of Tumuco., -38.25 -71.316667, 850m

ASU
606056Roger Rosentreter   74751992-02-13
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Rio Loco Camp, along the Bio Bio River at the confluence of the Rio Lolco, 90 km SW of Tumuco., -38.133333 -71.416667, 800m

ASU
607266Roger Rosentreter   74731992-02-13
Chile, La Araucanía, Cautín, Rio Loco Camp, along the Bio Bio River at the confluence of the Rio Lolco, 90 km SW of Tumuco., -38.133333 -71.416667, 830m

ASU
284204L.R. Landrum   116392011-11-19
Chile, La Araucanía, Malleco, Araucania, road from Traigen to Lumaco, ca 9 km ESE of Lumaco, -38.19996 -72.80283, 300m


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