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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia aethiops (Berk. & Curtis) D. Hawksw.
526724T.H. Nash III   338151993-02-17
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 6 km E of Todos Santos, 23.4666667 -110.15

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia aethiops (Berk. & Curtis) D. Hawksw.
526727R.A. Darrow   18491943-07-25
USA, Arizona, Graham, Coronado National Forest; Pinaleno Mountains, Moonshine Canyon, 32.6833333 -109.9166667, 2591m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia aethiops (Berk. & Curtis) D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   338151993-02-17
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 6 km E of Todos Santos, 23.4666667 -110.15, 70m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia aethiops (Berk. & Curtis) D. Hawksw.
J. Hafellner   388511994-04-25
Mexico, Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental, narrow valley about 28 km NW of Basaseachic along Hwy 16 to Yepáchic, 28.3472222222222 -108.2625, 1720m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia aethiops (Berk. & Curtis) D. Hawksw.
A. Aptroot   24560 a1989-01-05
Mexico, Baja California, 10 km N of El Rosario, 30.1333333333333 -115.766666666667, 90m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia recessa (Cooke & Peck) D. Hswksw.
C.G. Pringle   s-19269
USA, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Baboquivari Mountains, 31.7333333 -111.55

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia thujina (Peck) D. Hawksw.
526710T.H. Nash III   129321976-03-12
Mexico, Baja California, 30 km W of El Progresso along Route 1, 30.0666667 -115.45, 590m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia thujina (Peck) D. Hawksw.
526743T.H. Nash III   396471998-01-07
Mexico, Baja California Sur, top of the ridge of Sierra Laguna and E of Cerro Verde, 23.6016667 -109.9319444, 1700m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia thujina (Peck) D. Hawksw.
C.M. Wetmore   640331988-01-01
Mexico, Baja California, 31 km E of El Rosario, 30.0333333333333 -115.5, 350m

ASU
Kirschsteiniothelia thujina (Peck) D. Hawksw.
C.M. Wetmore   640331988-01-01
Mexico, Baja California, 31 km E of El Rosario, 30.0333333333333 -115.5, 350m


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