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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Steinia geophana (Nyl.) Stein
503562T. Feuerer   1998-03-22
Germany, Lower Saxony, Reg.-Berzirk L√ľneburg, Kreis Harburg, Beckedorf, border of a sandpit, MTB 6221, 53.4166667 9.9666667, 80m

ASU
Steinia geophana (Nyl.) Stein
562506J. Hafellner   365881994-07-02
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

ASU
Steinia geophana (Nyl.) Stein
562549R.A. Anderson   89071974-09-05
USA, Colorado, Douglas, along Rampert Range Road, 12 km SE of junction with Jackson Creek Road, T10S, R69W, Sect. 20, 2560m

ASU
Steinia geophana (Nyl.) Stein
562519J. Poelt   1986-04-27
Austria, Burgenland, Bez, Jennersdorf, Lehmgrube near the border, SE Deutsch-Bieling, 200m


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Google Map

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