Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: China; Sichuan (Szechwan); excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

Hypogymnia (Nyl.) Nyl.
225257H. Handel-Mazzetti   
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Djientschang Valley, above the village Bentukan, 1625m

225146J. Rock   
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), south-west Sichuan, in the Djago Mountains, 1100m

Acarospora schleicheri (Ach.) A. Massal.
ASUL000812W. Obermayer   29191994-06-27
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Shalui Shan Mts, 35 km NNE of Batang, SE of Yidun, 30.2666667 99.4666667, 4250m

Lethariella flexuosa (Nyl.) J.C. Wei
504224W. Obermayer   30221994-06-28
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Shalui Shan Mts, 40 km NNE of Batang, SE of Yidun, 30.2333333 99.5666667, 4800m

Allocetraria globulans (Nyl. ex Hue) A. Thell & Randlane
503544W. Obermayer   81372000-08-03
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Tibetan fringe mountains (=Hengduan Shan), Shaluli Shan, 60 km NE of Batang, 30.3266667 99.5688889, 4760m

503831K.H. Moon   43031999-10-12
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Pref. Aba, Jiuzhaigou County: the pass from Jiuzhaigou to Pingwu, 3260m

Cetrariopsis wallichiana (Taylor) Kurok.
503825H. Kashiwadani   424291999-09-22
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Pref. Liangshan, Mianning Co.: Lingshan Temple, 2380m

Cetrelia braunsiana (Müll. Arg.) W.L. Culb. & C.F. Culb.
507377H. Kashiwadani   423961999-09-22
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Mianning, Pref. Liangshan, Lingshan Temple, 28.55 102.2833333, 2380m

Cetrelia chicitae (Culb.) Culb. & C. Culb.
507378K.-H. Moon   51631999-10-12
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Jiuzhaigou, Pref. Aba, Punan, 32.9666667 104.25, 2470m

507562K.-H. Moon   50141999-10-08
China, Sichuan (Szechwan), Liuzhaigou, Pref. Aba, ca. 20 km E of Chuanxi Temple, 32.75 103.65, 3300m

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.