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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


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Skyttea elachistophora (Nyl.) Sherwood & D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   107761975-05-21
USA, Arizona, Apache, W side of Escudilla Mountain, 9 km N of Alpine, 33.9166667 -109.1166667, 2990m

ASU
Phaeopyxis punctum (A. Massal.) Rambold, Triebel & Coppins
555087T. Tønsberg   199791994-08-24
USA, Washington, Clallam, between Port Angeles and Hurricane Ridge, 7 km from the Heart of Hills Campground intersection, 48.0055556 -123.375, 900m

ASU
Phaeopyxis punctum (A. Massal.) Rambold, Triebel & Coppins
J. Hafellner   367611994-07-05
USA, Arizona, Greenlee, Apache National Forest; Mogollon Rim, Bear Wallow Wilderness, valley of south Fork of Bear Wallow Creek, 33.5916667 -109.4416667, 2270m

ASU
Phaeopyxis punctum (A. Massal.) Rambold, Triebel & Coppins
J. Hafellner   365831994-07-02
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
Skyttea nitschkei (Körb.) Sherwood, D. Hawks. & Coppins
535930P. Diederich   67951984-11-18
Luxembourg, Beaufort, Hallerbach

ASU
Skyttea pertusariicola Diederich & Etayo
ASU0069327T.H. Nash III   387601995-01-06
USA, California, Ventura, San Nicolas Island, down slope of Theodolite Road., 33.233333 -119.503889, 200m

ASU
J. Hafellner   366601994-07-03

ASU
T.H. Nash III   295771990-12-30
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Peninsula Vizcaino, 125 km W of Rte 1, 2 km S of Bahía Tortugas Road along secondary road to Puerto Nuevo, 27.6333333 -114.5333333, 210m


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