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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
519882H.A. Imshaug   225891958-07-07
Haiti, Ouest, summit of Tete Etang, between Kenscoff and Furcy, 18.44 -72.3, 1830m

ASU
Cladonia didyma (Fée) Vain.
521654C.M. Wetmore   33211958-07-27
Haiti, Sud, Morne Macaya, Massif de la Hotte, 18.382 -74.025, 1890m

ASU
540331H.A. Imshaug   32881958-07-27
Haiti, Sud, Morne Macaya, Massif de la Hotte, 18.382 -74.025, 2040m

ASU
Physcia sorediosa (Vain.) Lynge
555893H.A. Imshaug   226731958-07-10
Haiti, Nord, Hill W of Cap Haitien

ASU
Physcia setosa (f. virella) B. de Lesd.
557250C.M. Wetmore   30671958-07-15
Haiti, Ouest, road from Foret des Pins to Savane-Zombie, 18.3 -71.77, 1615m

ASU
573407T. Zanoni   18632-G1981-12-19
Haiti, Ouest, Dept. Sud'est; Morne La Selle; 15.8 km the west of the old sawmill of Mare Rouge on the way to Seguin, 18.36 -71.976, 1798m


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