Dataset: ASU
Taxa: Chiodecton
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
603304T.H. Nash III   255271987-02-21
Mexico, Sonora, along Rte 20, 123 km E of Hermosillo and 24 km W of Rio Yaqui, 28.8333333 -110, 450m

ASU
225230C.F.E. Erichsen   
Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Lübeck, at Dieksee Lake near Gremsmühlen

ASU
236813W.A. Weber   1976-04-11
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; along the "old trail" from Puerta Ayora to Bella Vista, -0.732037 -90.332051, 20m

ASU
236843W.A. Weber   1976-05-08
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Isabela; above Tagus Cove, -0.25818 -91.36866

ASU
236945W.A. Weber   1976-11-13
Chile, Valparaíso, coastal headlands at Punto Los Molles, -32.234732 -71.510711, 10m

ASU
237118W.A. Weber   1976-11-13
Chile, Valparaíso, coastal headlands at Punto Los Molles, -32.234732 -71.510711, 10m

ASU
236987W.A. Weber   1983-04-02
USA, Hawaii, Hawaii, Island of Hawai'i, Hawaiian Volcanoes National Park; Kipuka Pua'ulu (Bird Park), on Mauna Loa Strip Road, 19.4 -155.3

ASU
500423G. Follmann   1973-04-01
Greece, Lakonia, N-wall of the castlemountain of Monemvassia, 50m

ASU
500783G. Follmann   1978-03-01
Spain, Canary Islands, Hierro, Sabinar de la Dehesa on the W-slope of the island, 300m

ASU
503652G. Thor   132891995-02-11
Japan, Okinawa, Okinawa, Yaeyama Islands, Pref. Okinawa: Iriomote-jima island, along the trail in the mountains along the Urauchi river from the small camping site between two streams 7.5 km NNW of Ohara village, 24.3333333 123.8333333, 140m

ASU
503875H. Kashiwadani   380651995-01-24
Japan, Tochigi, Shizuoka, Honshu, Pref. Shizuoka, Shimosa, Haruno-cho, Shuchi-gun, 100m

ASU
515266H.A. Imshaug   297411963-07-07
Saint Lucia, Soufrière, West Indies, Lesser Antilles, St. Remy, S of Soufrière, Quarter of Soufrière, 13.832 -61.051, 300m

ASU
515118H.A. Imshaug   334561963-11-26
Dominica, Saint George, Mount St. Mary's, SE of Roseau, 195m

ASU
511044A. Henssen   18116-a1965-06-06
Croatia, Istra, bay 1 km N of Premantura, 44.809549 13.908611

ASU
603306T.H. Nash III   306261992-03-21
Mexico, Baja California, top of coastal bluffs adjacent Punta Santa Rosalillita, ca. 15 km W of route 1, 28.6666667 -114.2166667, 20m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   101201975-03-17
Mexico, Nayarit, San Blas, 21.5166667 -105.2666667, 3m

ASU
515702T.H. Nash III   251011987-07-19
Italy, Sardinia, Nuoro, Narra, Capo Falcone, M. della Crocetta, 40.95 8.1833333, 50m

ASU
603305T.H. Nash III   297181991-01-02
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 1 km E of Punta Conejo, 24.1 -111, 20m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   465832007-03-17
Mexico, Quintana Roo, 177 km S of Tulum, near Chachoben (Mayan ruin), 19.0038888888889 -88.235, 50m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   465842007-03-17
Mexico, Quintana Roo, 177 km S of Tulum, near Chachoben (Mayan ruin), 19.0038888888889 -88.235, 50m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   465962007-03-21
Mexico, Quintana Roo, in Solferino, 21.3511111111111 -87.4230555555556, 80m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   466142007-03-18
Mexico, Campeche, Reserva de la Biósfera Calakmul, adjacent ruins, 18.1147222222222 -89.8177777777778, 320m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   466152007-03-18
Mexico, Campeche, Reserva de la Biósfera Calakmul, adjacent ruins, 18.1147222222222 -89.8177777777778, 320m

ASU
579048R. Santesson   230131971-01-07
Tanzania, United Republic of, Arusha, Arumeru, Mt Meru, E slope, road to the crater, Jekukumia River, -3.233333 36.8, 2100 - 2200m

ASU
603303L. Sigal   s.n.1977-08-27
USA, Florida, Seminole, Black Hammock, NE of Olveido, 28.707496 -81.183675

ASU
603307T.H. Nash III   24206-b1985-10-10
Argentina, Corrientes, Partido de Capital, 3 km WSW of Paso de la Patria, -27.3666667 -58.6, 64m

ASU
609221R.A. Darrow   57711961-01-22
USA, Florida, Lafayette, Mayo, 30.053001 -83.174858

ASU
609775P.O. Schallert   1947-12-27
USA, Florida, Orange, Rock Springs Park, 28.7561 -81.5017


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