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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Carbonicola anthracophila (Nyl.) Bendiksby & Timdal
ASUL005639Bungartz, F.   14971999-03-06
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Pinyon-Juniper woodland N of Strawberry, between State Highway 87 and Calf Pen Canyon, 34.4416666666667 -111.483333333333, 2170m

ASU
Carbonicola foveata (Timdal) Bendiksby & Timdal
ASUL003224T.H. Nash III   199811981-08-17
Australia, Victoria, Billywing area, along Cultivation Creek in the western portion of the Grampians, -37.25 142.2666667

ASU
Carbonicola foveata (Timdal) Bendiksby & Timdal
ASUL003212T.H. Nash III   201141981-08-30
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Black Mountain, -35.2666667 149.1

ASU
Carbonicola foveata (Timdal) Bendiksby & Timdal
ASUL007535J.A. Elix   274831990-09-12
Australia, New South Wales, Great Dividing Range; Tuena-Binda road, 30 km NW of Crookwell, -34.2166667 149.3333333, 920m

ASU
Carbonicola foveata (Timdal) Bendiksby & Timdal
ASUL007536J.A. Elix   274851991-01-26
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra Nature Park, Bruce Ridge, -35.85 149.0833333, 640m


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