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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


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Parmotrema bangii (Vain.) Hale
548670T.H. Nash III   28031969-12-28
Jamaica, Along road to Adelphi, 16 km from Montego Bay

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Leptogium (Ach.) Gray
605673T.H. Nash III   2804
Jamaica, Cornwall, Saint James, Along road to Adelphi, 16 km from Montego Bay, 18.47116 -77.91883

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Parmelia endosulphurea (Hillmann) Hale
548426T.H. Nash III   28051969-01-28
Jamaica, Along road to Adelphi, 16 km from Montego Bay

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603626T.H. Nash III   2806
Jamaica, Cornwall, Saint James, Along road to Adelphi, 16 km from Montego Bay, 18.4503 -77.84191

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553520T.H. Nash III   28071969-12-28
Jamaica, Along road to Adelphi, 16 km from Montego Bay

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225223C.C. Plitt   
Jamaica

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Bacidia thysanota (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
508008H.A. Imshaug   131311952-10-14
Jamaica, Dicks Pond Trail, near Hardwar Gap, Blue Mountains (border: Portland & St. Andrew Parishes)

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517334W.R. Buck   57261981-04-12
Jamaica, St. Andrew, just S of Hardwar Gap, along "Fairy Glen Trail" to Catherines Peak, 18.0666667 -76.7, 1371m

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Cladonia spiculata (Ach.) Ahti
523167L.M. Underwood   10921903-02-04
Jamaica, New Haven Gap, 1680m

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
521588H.A. Imshaug   132601952-10-24
Jamaica, Middlesex, Clarendon, N-slope of Portland Ridge, 60m

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Coccocarpia erythroxyli (Sprengel) Swinscow & Krog
521591H.A. Imshaug   159421953-05-07
Jamaica, Middlesex, Saint Ann, Alexandria to Brown's Town, 550m

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Usnea baileyi (Stirton) Zahlbr.
521845H.A. Imshaug   159621953-05-07
Jamaica, Middlesex, Saint Ann, Browns Town to Bamboo, 610m

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525564H.A. Imshaug   150821953-03-03
Jamaica, Parish of St. Andrew, Bloxburgh Ridge, 945m

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Cladia aggregata (Sw.) Nyl.
522920H.A. Hespenheide   7411965-08-04
Jamaica, Surrey, Portland, trail to Old England, W and N of Hardwar Gap, 1300m

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510574C.S. Cummings   1906-03-01
Jamaica

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510601C.S. Cummings   1906-03-01
Jamaica

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510640C.E. Cummings   1905-02-23
Jamaica

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510740C.E. Cummings   1905-01-01
Jamaica

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510646C.E. Cummings   1905-01-01
Jamaica, Island of Jamaica

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Cryptothecia rubrocincta (Ehrenb.:Fr.) Thor
510703C.E. Cummings   1905-01-01
Jamaica

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Sticta weigelii (Ach.) Vain.
510699C.E. Cummings   1905-01-01
Jamaica

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510575C.E. Cummings   1905-01-01
Jamaica

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Leptogium austroamericanum (Malme) C.W. Dodge
534037H.A. Imshaug   160251953-05-09
Jamaica, Middlesex, Saint Ann, Stewart Town, 270m

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535077W.R. Buck   60151981-04-23
Jamaica, Middlesex, Saint Ann, 2.4 km W of Discovery Bay, vicinity of Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory, sealevel, 18.4666667 -77.4166667

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535182W.R. Buck   56131981-04-10
Jamaica, Surrey, Saint Thomas, S slope of Winchester Peak, 1.8 km NW of Wheelerfield, S end of John Crow Mts, 17.9666667 -76.3, 350m

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536257H.A. Imshaug   156431953-04-23
Jamaica, Cornwall, Hanover, [West Indies] Dolphin Head, 535m

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Leptogium (Ach.) Gray
536404H.A. Imshaug   135391952-12-03
Jamaica, Surrey, Saint Andrew, [West Indies] above Newcastle, montane sclerophyll, 1250m

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Megalospora versicolor (Fée) Zahlbr.
540339H.A. Imshaug   147881953-02-21
Jamaica, Surrey, Saint Thomas, Farm Hill, 1220m

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Pannaria rubiginosa (Thunb.) Delise
540496H.A. Imshaug   132781952-10-28
Jamaica, Surrey, Portland, [West Indies] Morce's gap, Blue Mountains, (border: Portland & St Andrew Parishes), 1463m

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564758B. Lowy   1968-07-14
Jamaica, Blue Mountains above Whitfield Hall, 1525m

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565275H.A. Imshaug   152201953-03-14
Jamaica, Surrey, Saint Thomas, Summit of High Peak, 2073m

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569147C.C. Plitt   1932-01-01
Jamaica, Morces Gap Trail, 1372m

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C.C. Plitt   1932-01-01
Jamaica, Morces Gap Trail, 1372m

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Rinodina (Ach.) Gray
H.A. Imshaug   135911952-12-03
Jamaica, near Clifton Mount (NE slope of Catherines Peak), St. Andrew Parish, 1340m


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