Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: Cuba; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Caloplaca Th. Fr.
505144Wright   
Cuba

ASU
Cladia aggregata (Sw.) Nyl.
517040T. Pócs   90481978-11-10
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, Gran Piedra, 1120m

ASU
Cladonia didyma var. vulcanica (Zoll. & Moritzi) Vain.
519141R.C. Harris   142751982-04-03
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, 1.5 km SE of peak, 1000m

ASU
Cladina evansii (Abbayes) Hale & Culb.
510218T. Pócs   90251978-10-18
Cuba, Holguín, on N slope Cerro Galano, 20.928032 -76.043611, 200 - 360m

ASU
Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
517922H.A. Imshaug   248701959-08-13
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, around summit of El Gato, Loma del Gato, Sierra Maestra

ASU
518062H.A. Imshaug   249681959-08-16
Cuba, Gran Piedra, Sierra Maestra, 1250m

ASU
518120T. Pócs   90251978-10-18
Cuba, Holguín, N-facing slope of Cerro galano, 280m

ASU
520855R.C. Harris   143201982-04-04
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, 1100m

ASU
Cladonia peziziformis (With.) J. R. Laundon
520362H.A. Imshaug   249161959-08-13
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, Loma del Gato, Sierra Maestra

ASU
Cladonia subradiata (Vain.) Sandst.
521410H.A. Imshaug   246631959-08-08
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, on land side of Puerto Boniato ridge, near Santiago

ASU
524505H.A. Imshaug   252261959-09-02
Cuba, Pinar del Río, Viñales, Pinar del Rio, ridge NW of Hotel San Vicente, San Vicente, Alturas de Vizarras, 22.675 -83.709, 200m

ASU
Graphina marescens (Fée) Müll.Arg.
525241H.A. Imshaug   248841959-08-13
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, around summit of El Gato, Loma del Gato, Sierra Maestra

ASU
Graphis dumastii (Fée) Spreng.
525248R.C. Harris   145821982-04-06
Cuba, La Gran Pedra, along road below peak and along new road NE of peak, 1000m

ASU
Buellia griseovirens (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Almb.
ASUL018086T. Tønsberg   253051997-10-19
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, SE of peak, 1000m

ASU
Heterodermia obscurata (Nyl.) Trevisan
529005R.C. Harris   142211982-04-02
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, SE of peak, 1000m

ASU
535619H.A. Imshaug   253641959-09-06
Cuba, Pinar del Río, summit of Mogote (San Vicente Mogote), Sierra de los Organos (Pinar del Rio), 22.66 -83.71, 370m

ASU
537733R.C. Harris   142951982-04-03
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, 1.5 km SE of peak, 1000m

ASU
Ocellularia praestans (Müll.Arg.) Hale
537764R.C. Harris   145191982-04-06
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, 1 km W of Peak in small stream valley just NW of commercial flower garden, 1000m

ASU
550425R.C. Harris   145581982-04-06
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, ca. 1 Km W of peak in small stream valley just NW of commercial flower garden

ASU
562097H.A. Imshaug   251291959-08-24
Cuba, Pico Turquino, Sierra Maestra (oriente), 1845m

ASU
565049R.C. Harris   146661982-04-08
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, 3-4 km W of La Gran Piedra, roadside, 900m

ASU
Porina Müll.Arg.
565993R.C. Harris   143821982-04-04
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, 1.5km SE of peak, 1000m

ASU
565218H.A. Imshaug   248641959-08-13
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, around summit of El Gato, Loma del Gato, Sierra Maestra

ASU
566224T. Pocs   90571978-11-17
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, Sierra Maestra, on the N slope, near the top of the mountain, behind the cafeteria, 1050m

ASU
566314R.C. Harris   141271982-04-02
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, W of peak, just N of lodge, 1000m

ASU
567355R.C. Harris   142871982-04-03
Cuba, Santiago de Cuba, La Gran Piedra, 1.5km SE of peak, 1000m

ASU
567401G.T. Johnson   1941-02-19
Cuba, Camaguey, Cubitos Mountains, between Camaguey and La Gloria

ASU
571292M. Lopez   246371959-07-25
Cuba, Las Tunas, [West Indies] Puerto Padre Beach

ASU
563884H.A. Imshaug   252641959-09-03
Cuba, Pinar del Río, Valle de Silencio, E of Vinales, 22.6666667 -83.6666667, 153m

ASU
609773Leon   50331923-12-00
Cuba, Artemisa, Jaruco, Loma de la Pita, Havana, 23.083333 -82.083333


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