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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


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Abrothallus De Not.
ASUL002007T.H. Nash III   11976 b1975-10-27
Mexico, Sonora, along Route 2, 16 km E of Inuris, 30.8833333333333 -110.716666666667, 1290m

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J. Hafellner   366001994-07-02
USA, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness, along Hall Creek (the first drainage W of the Little Colorado River Valley), 33.9583333 -109.5333333, 2750m

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S.C. Tucker   31706A1992-01-01
USA, California, Lake, Clearlake State Park, on Soda Bay on S side of Clear Lake, on Soda Bay Road E of Finley near Lakeport

ASU
ASUL002006G.H. Turner   105481959-06-07
Canada, Alberta, 5.5 km NE of Ma-Me-O Beach, 53.007411 -113.906725

ASU
ASUL002000T.H. Nash III   3867-a1972-04-06
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Rustler's Park, 31.9 -109.2666667, 2590m

ASU
Abrothallus parmeliarum (Sommerf.) Arnold
ASUL002002T.H. Nash III   21173-b1983-09-18
USA, Arizona, Pima, Santa Catalina Mountains, along Sabino Creek below Marshall Gulch Picnic Area, 32.4275 -110.7583333, 2260m

ASU
J. Hafellner   366571994-07-03

ASU
Abrothallus prodiens (Harm.) Diederich & Hafellner
519382T.H. Nash III   25492-b1988-08-13
USA, California, Mendocino, adjacent county airport, 39.35 -123.7, 140m

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ASUL002005   
USA, Pennsylvania, Luzerne, Lower Day-Use Area, on gentle southeast facing slope above Nescopeck Creek, south of Honey Hole Road, Nescopeck State Park, 41.0663889 -75.9222222, 366m


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