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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Coccotrema Müll.Arg.
575736T.H. Nash III   446081980-07-09
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, Tasu, Mine Mountain, 52.75 -132.05, 600m

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224781I.M. Brodo   141231968-07-31
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, "Blue Heron Bay" N of Sunday Inlet, 52.6833333 -132.0333333

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517856I.M. Brodo   236641980-07-10
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, Fairfax Inlet, 52.7166667 -131.9833333

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517779I.M. Brodo   103171967-06-23
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Graham Island, Seal Inlet in Rennell' Sound, 53.4833333 -132.7833333

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517808I.M. Brodo   178771971-07-07
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, Crescent Inlet, on N-shore, 52.7666667 -131.8666667

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576711T.H. Nash III   446651980-07-10
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, along Fairfax Inlet, 52.7166667 -131.9833333, 1m

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576691T.H. Nash III   446891980-07-10
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, __ slopes above Fairfax Inlet, 52.7166667 -131.9833333, 40m

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
224789I.M. Brodo   101711967-06-21
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Graham Island, Gudal Bay, 53.2333333 -132.5666667

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
502254T. Tønsberg   155221991-05-16
USA, Alaska, Kodiak Island, Kodiak Island E, along road to Cape Chiniak, near Twin Creek, W-Fork, 57.6166667 -152.2666667, 5m

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
504708B. McCune   193611991-11-28
USA, Oregon, Lane, Sutton Creek, trail from end of road, 1km E of ocean, 44.05 -124.1166667, 15m

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
521581I.M. Brodo   97851967-06-15
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Graham Island

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Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
521579I.M. Brodo   118921967-07-19
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Murchison Island, S of Lyell Island, off the E coast of Moresby, 52.6 -131.4666667

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
517809M.J. Shchepanek   2311969-06-20
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, sand dunes on Long Beach near Sandhill Creek, 49.0333333 -125.6833333

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Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
517799I.M. Brodo   181481971-07-12
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Graham Island, Kumdis Bay, 3.2 km NE of Port Clements, 53.7 -132.1333333

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
531330B. McCune   262692001-12-01
USA, Oregon, Lincoln, edge of Beaver Creek, Ona Beach State Park, < 0.5 km inland from ocean, 44.5166667 -124.05, 5m

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
563511T.H. Nash III   445342003-08-09
USA, Alaska, Wrangell Petersburg, Tongass National Forest; 5 km N of Petersburg, Sukoi Inlets, 56.9708333 -132.9166667, 10m

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
605056T.H. Nash III   445342003-08-09
USA, Alaska, Wrangell Petersburg, Tongass National Forest; Sukoi Islets, ca. 5 km N of Petersburg, 56.9680556 -132.9166667, 5m

ASU
Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo
575735T.H. Nash III   446071980-07-09
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby Island, Tasu, Mine Mountain, 52.75 -132.05, 600m

ASU
Coccotrema colobinum (Tuck.) Messuti
521580H.A. Imshaug   445181969-10-02
Chile, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena, on small peninsula at head of Puerto Bueno, -50.9833333 -74.2

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Coccotrema cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
521604T.H. Nash III   242681985-12-17
New Zealand, Westland, on hiking track from Lake Kaniere towards Mount Brown, -41.8666667 171.1833333, 700m

ASU
Coccotrema cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
518967H.T. Lumbsch   12013-h1997-11-04
Argentina, Tierra del Fuego, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur, Glaciar Martial, N of Ushuaia, trail to upper station of cable railway, -54.8 -68.3666667, 400m

ASU
Coccotrema cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
521578G.F. Otto   15041967-06-26
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, N end of Cox Bay, 49.1166667 -125.8833333

ASU
Coccotrema cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
521603G. Kantvilas   1987-01-31
Australia, Tasmania, Mt. Sprent, -42.8 145.9666667, 450m

ASU
Coccotrema cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
576210S. Tucker   201701979-12-26
New Zealand, North Island, Tongariro National Park, Ohakune Mountain Rd. on Mt. Ruapehu, 11 km above Forest Ranger headquarters at Ohakune, -39.3513889 175.4666667

ASU
Coccotrema cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
600738H. Kashiwadani   476562005-09-27
Japan, Ohsumi, Kagoshima, Kyushu: en route from Yaku-sugi-land to Yodogawagoya-iriguchi, Yaku-cho, Kumage-gun, Yakushima Island, 1280m

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521600H.A. Imshaug   393921967-12-23
Chile, Brunswick Peninsula, Puerto Cutter, between copper mine and river S of mine

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Coccotrema placodinum Imshaug ined.
521584H.A. Imshaug   414091968-01-28
United Kingdom, Falklands, West Falklands, UTM Grid 21F UC 2179, Port Howard, at E base of Mt. Maria, 380m

ASU
Lepolichen Trevis.
H.A. Imshaug   430861969-09-14
Chile, Los Lagos, Forest in valley of Rio Nauto near road to Refugio Antillanca, between Laguana El Canto and Lafo Toro., -40.77 -72.29, 732m

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Perforaria cucurbitula (Mont.) Müll.Arg.
503774H. Shibuichi   54201977-07-25
Japan, Honshu, Prov. Yamato, Pref. Nara, Mt. Hinode-dake, Ohdaigahara Mts, Yoshino-gun, 1650m

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521602H.A. Imshaug   50210-A1971-10-14
Argentina, Tierra del Fuego, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur, Isla Grande, Bahia Buen Suceso, inland from N side of head of bay, -54.7833333 -65.2666667, 210m

ASU
Coccotrema mammata (Nyl.) Imshaug ined.
521601H.A. Imshaug   439701969-09-27
Chile, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena, Patagonian Channels, on ridge of peninsula, E side of entrance to Pto Alert, -49.8833333 -75.2


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