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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
B.D. Ryan   107731984-05-19
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, South Fork Trail, 31.8416667 -109.2333333, 1900m

ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
B.D. Ryan   109891984-05-19
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, South Fork Trail, 31.8416667 -109.2333333, 1900m

ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
607720B.D. Ryan   267991989-10-01
USA, California, Madera, Hwy 41 S of Oakhurst, 26 km S of Coarsegold, ca. 40 km N of Fresno, 36.0666666666667 -119.766666666667, 240m

ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
607651B.D. Ryan   241671989-08-12
USA, California, Tuolumne, edge of Emigrant Wilderness, Burst Rock, 38.2 -119.875, 2750m

ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
608306B.D. Ryan   153711984-07-20
USA, California, San Bernardino, East Mohave Scenic Area, off of Kelso-Baker Road, 35.17325 -115.84808, 1200m

ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
609344B.D. Ryan   120321984-08-01
USA, Colorado, Hinsdale, S-side of Rio Grande Reservoir, 37.7666667 -107.3333333, 2930m

ASU
Lichenothelia D. Hawksw.
609364B.D. Ryan   122901984-08-04
USA, Colorado, Larimer, Locality 5, A.B.L.S. Foray, Rocky Moutain National Park, from Moraine Park north of South Lateral Moraine to mouth of Forest Canyon and vicinity of Fern Falls, 40.35 -105.6263889, 2590m

ASU
575429K. Knudsen   34822005-08-13
USA, California, Los Angeles, West-facing slope of Mount Hollywood: Griffith Park: east end of the Santa Monica Mountains, 34.3525 -118.3102778, 425m

ASU
579216V. John   1995-05-21
Turkey, Izmir, Menemen, Northern part of Yamanlar Dag, E of Menemen, small valley south of Emiralem, 38.5833333333333 27.1833333333333, 110m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   159811979-09-01
USA, Arizona, Santa Cruz, East side of the Santa Rita Mountains, Gardner Canyon, 31.7 -110.8, 1800m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   181961980-09-20
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, along trail, ca. 3 km S of South Fork campground, 31.8333333 -109.2333333, 950m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
545354T.H. Nash III   145711976-04-14
USA, Arizona, Cochise, N slope of Carr Peak, Huachuca Mountains, 31.4166667 -110.25, 2377m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
545321L. Sigal   561973-05-12
USA, California, Nevada, Emigrant gap, off hwy 80, junction with hwy 20, 1676m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   66171973-04-22
USA, Utah, Kane, Kaiparowitz Plateau, Nipple Bench, 29 km NNW of Page, AZ, 37.1333333 -111.5833333, 1520m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   79801972-10-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino, Leche-e Rock, 9.7 km E of Page, 36.8666667 -111.3166667, 1680m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
T.H. Nash III   97821974-11-11
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua National Monument, Chiricahua Mountains, along trail from Massai Point, 32 -109.3, 1980m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
W.A. Weber   L- 810871986-03-27
USA, California, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz Island, Sauces Canyon, SW end of the island, 33.9675 -119.704166666667

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
W.A. Weber   L- 426471966-04-15
USA, California, Los Angeles, San Clemente Island, betWeen Eel Point and Seal Cove, W shore of the island, 32.9 -118.5, 40m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
M.A. Melton   11960-05-25
USA, Arizona, Pima, Santa Catalina Mountains, near Tucson, 32.4166666666667 -110.75, 1400m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
M.A. Melton   21960-05-25
USA, Arizona, Graham, Pinaleno Mountains, SW of Safford, 32.6666666666667 -109.916666666667, 2000m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
W.A. Weber   S-24711A1960-01-25
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Cave Creek, near headquarters, SW Research Station, 31.8333333 -109.4166667, 2000m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
W.A. Weber   S-246221960-01-27
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, on trail to Silver Peak and Headquarters Gulch, NE of SW Research Sta., 31.8333333 -109.4166667, 2000m

ASU
Lichenothelia scopularia (Nyl.) D. Hawksw.
609363B.D. Ryan   122951984-08-04
USA, Colorado, Larimer, Rocky Mountain National Park, from Moraine Park N of South Latral Moraine to mouth of Forest Canyon and vicinity of Fern Falls, locality 5, ABLS Foray, 40.35 -105.6263889, 2590m

ASU
605840T.H. Nash III   264241989-04-15
USA, Arizona, Gila, top of the trail along the South Fork of Parker Creek, above Sierra Ancha station, 33.8 -110.9666667, 2000m

ASU
553423T.H. Nash III   177931980-05-27
USA, Colorado, San Juan, Mesa Verde National Park, Lower Fewkes Canyon, 37.1666667 -108.475, 2040m

ASU
605910T.H. Nash III   160511979-08-16
USA, New Mexico, San Miguel, ca. 1.5 km W of Las Vegas, 35.6 -105.25, 1981m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   113071975-08-11
USA, California, Tulare, Sequoia National Forest, Lower Peppermint campground, 36.05 -118.4666667, 1590m

ASU
605909T.H. Nash III   122221975-11-26
Mexico, Sinaloa, 5.5 km NE of Choix, 26.75 -108.3, 335m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   145711976-09-14
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Huachuca Mountains, N-side of Carr Peak, 31.4166667 -110.25, 2470m

ASU
611705T.H. Nash III   150581977-05-28
USA, Texas, Brewster, N side of Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park, 29.2666667 -103.5, 2000m

ASU
605911T.H. Nash III   186631981-10-17
USA, Arizona, Gila, Mazatzal Mountains, Barnhardt Trail W of Mazatzal Peak, 34.0833333 -111.4333333, 1600m

ASU
505035T.H. Nash III   257241984-08-12
USA, Colorado, Hinsdale, along trail to W of Rio Grande Reservoir, 37.775 -107.3583333, 2935m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   36911972-04-06
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, just across road from Southwest Research Station, 31.8833333 -109.2, 1650m

ASU
605907T.H. Nash III   41341972-03-23
USA, Arizona, Pima, Santa Catalina Mountains, 15 km from National Forest boundary, 32.3333333 -110.75, 1650m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   47941972-06-09
Mexico, Baja California, 22 km W of Camp Progresso, 29.9666667 -115.4166667

ASU
T.H. Nash III   64361973-04-06
USA, Arizona, Pima, W side of Baboquivari Peak, 31.7666667 -111.6, 1340m

ASU
605908T.H. Nash III   82671973-09-24
USA, Utah, San Juan, S-side of Navajo Mountain, 37 -110.8333333, 2500m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   93401974-06-23
USA, Arizona, Coconino, Marble Canyon, 80 km below Lee's Ferry, 36.2 -111.7833333, 850m

ASU
605839T.H. Nash III   294531990-06-17
Brazil, Paraíba, Pocinhos, 27 km NW of Campina Grande, -7.0666667 -36.0666667, 670m

ASU
585141T. H. Nash   199741981-08-16
Australia, Victoria, Mount Arapiles, 35 km west of Horsham., -36.75 141.833333333333

ASU
605912T.H. Nash III   22541-b1983-10-15
USA, New Mexico, Socorro, Magdelina Mountains, South Canyon trail off Water Canyon, 34 -107.1416667, 2250m

ASU
Microthelia aterrima (Kremp. ex Anzi) Zahlbr.
545351J.T. Wynhoff   NM-1131973-12-05
USA, New Mexico, San Juan, Armenta Canyon, 36.6833333 -107.8666667, 1770m

ASU
Microthelia aterrima (Kremp. ex Anzi) Zahlbr.
545318T.H. Nash III   66171973-04-22
USA, Utah, Kane, Nipple Bench, Kaiparowitz Plateau 18 mi. NNW of Page, Arizona

ASU
Microthelia aterrima (Kremp. ex Anzi) Zahlbr.
545348C.M. Wetmore   193461970-05-02
USA, Texas, Brewster, Big Bend National Park. At Cattail Falls, at eastern end of canyon with rock cliff and stream., 1371m

ASU
Microthelia aterrima (Kremp. ex Anzi) Zahlbr.
T.H. Nash III   159831979-09-01
USA, Arizona, Santa Cruz, East side of the Santa Rita Mountains, Gardner Canyon, 31.7 -110.8, 1800m

ASU
T.H. Nash III   49381972-06-05
Mexico, Baja California, W-slope of Sierra de Juárez, 32.5 -116, 760m

ASU
510625H. Hertel   1976-10-24
Germany, Bavaria, Oberbayern, Lkr. Garmisch-P, Ammergauer Alpen, Lahnenwiesgraben westlich Burgrain bei Garmisch, 47.5210295 11.0932785, 1130m


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