Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: China; Tibet (= Prov. Xizang); excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Bryoria divergescens (Nyl.) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
503500W. Obermayer   30211994-07-01
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Ningjing Shan Mts, 9 km W of Markam (= Gartog), 29.6666667 98.5333333, 4300m

ASU
Lethariella sernanderi (Motyka) Obermayer
504193W. Obermayer   34141994-08-26
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), 350 km E of Lhasa, 20 km NE of Nyingchi, 5 km E of the pass, 29.6333333 94.7, 4300m

ASU
Lethariella sinensis J.C. Wei & Y.M. Jiang
504225W. Obermayer   34151994-08-26
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), 350 km E of Lhasa, 20 km NE of Nyingchi, 5 km E of the pass, 29.6333333 94.7, 4300m

ASU
503440W. Obermayer   45041994-07-30
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Himalaya Range, 190 km SSE of Lhasa, 125 km S of Tsetang (Nedong), 20 km S of Nera Tso (= Ni la Hu), on way to Cona (= Tsona), 28.1166667 91.9166667, 4700m

ASU
503504W. Obermayer   51291994-08-04
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Himalaya Range, 230 km ESE of Lhasa, Tsangpo Valley, 15 km ESE of the village Xang Xian (=Namshan), 29 93.2166667, 3350m

ASU
Ophioparma handelii (Zahlbr.) Printzen & Rambold
503718W. Obermayer   51351994-08-06
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Himalaya Range, 230 km ESE of Lhasa, Tsangpo valley, 15 km ESE of the village Xang Xian (=Namshan), canyon of a tributary to the Tsangpo, 28.9333333 93.2166667, 3550m

ASU
503657W. Obermayer   65091994-08-06
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Himalaya Range, 230 km ESE of Lhasa, Tsangpo valley, 15 km ESE of the village Xang Xian (=Namshan), canyon of a tributary to the Tsangpo, 28.9333333 93.2166667, 3550m

ASU
Heterodermia hypoleuca (Muhl.) Trevisan
503669W. Obermayer   67591994-08-21
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Nyainqêntanglha Shan, 350 km E of Lhasa, SSW branches of the mountain Gyala Peri, 29.6 94.7333333, 3700m

ASU
Oropogon orientalis (Gyeln.) Essl.
503661W. Obermayer   51341994-08-09
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Himalaya Range, 275 km ESE of Lhasa, 60 km SW of Mainling, 29.0333333 93.8983333, 3200m

ASU
Pannaria emodii P.M. Jørg.
503585W. Obermayer   71571994-08-30
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Nyainqêntanglha Shan, 275 km ENE of Lhasa, 70 km E of Gongbo Gyamda, close to the shore of the lake Basum Tso, 30 93.9333333, 3500m

ASU
503577W. Obermayer   67561994-08-21
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Nyainqêntanglha Shan, 360 km E of Lhasa, near the bend of the river Tsangpo, N-side of Gyala Peri, 6 km S of Dongjug village, 29.9494444 94.8983333, 2600m

ASU
ASUL000856B. Dickoré   K-80--11989-10-24
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Tibetan Himalaya, Everest E, Kama Chu, W of Sakyetang (Camp Ev3-4), 27.9666667 87.2166667, 4290m

ASU
503616B. Dickore   K-80-2a1989-10-24
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Tibetan Himalaya, Everest E, Kama Chu, W of Sakyetang (Camp Ev3-4), 27.9666667 87.2166667, 4290m

ASU
503548W. Obermayer   78861994-08-20
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Nyanqêntanglha Shan, 360 km E of Lhasa, near the bend of the river Tsangpo, N-side of Gyala Peri, 9 km S of Dongjug village, 29.9166667 94.8833333, 3350m

ASU
510060W. Obermayer   82822000-07-28
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), SE-Tibetan fringe mountains (=Hengduan Shan), prov. Sichuan, Daxue Shan, 57 km S of Kangding, Gongga Shan, Hailougou glacier and forest park, path from the glacier-viewpoint to the glacier, 29.5669444 101.98, 3210m

ASU
Lobaria parapulmonaria W. Oberm. ined.
563691W. Obermayer   105811994-08-20
China, Tibet (= Prov. Xizang), Nyanqentanglha Shan, 360 km E of Lhasa near the bend of the river Tsangpo, N-side of Gyala Peri, 10 km S of Dongjug village, 29.9 94.8666667, 3700m


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