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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


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Mycoporum Flotow ex Nyl.
534744B.D. Ryan   273181990-12-28
USA, Florida, Liberty, ABLS Stop 2b, Apalachicola National Forest, 4 km NW of Sumatra on Fla. Hwy 379, 30.05 -85.0166667

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Mycoporum antecellens (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
506919T.H. Nash III   393531997-09-30
USA, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, along west fork of the Little Colorado River above Sheep's Crossing, 33.95 -109.5125, 2830m

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Mycoporum antecellens (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
506923T.H. Nash III   393681997-09-30
USA, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, along west fork of the Little Colorado River above Sheep's Crossing, 33.95 -109.5125, 2830m

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533258C.M. Wetmore   425431981-06-11
USA, Georgia, Towns, Dicks Creek Gap, 27 km W of Clayton on US 76, 810m

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533255R.A. Darrow   19581946-11-10
USA, Arizona, Pima, Palisade Ranger Station, Santa Catalina Mountains, 32.4108333 -110.7141667, 1830m

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J. Hafellner   549861993-02-11
Mexico, Sonora, ca. 9 km NW of the bordet to Sinaloa, about 80 km N of Los Mochis, 26.45 -109.1, 100m

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J. Hafellner   549861993-02-11
Mexico, Sonora, ca. 9 km NW of the bordet to Sinaloa, about 80 km N of Los Mochis, 26.45 -109.1, 100m

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Dermatina pyrenocarpa (Nyl.) Zahlbr.
578511R.A. Darrow   52941959-03-13
USA, Texas, Victoria, Welder Ranch 10 miles north of Victoria, 28.95408 -96.99125

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Dermatina elabens (Schaer.) Zahlbr.
225250Krempelhuber, e reliquiis   
Germany, Bavaria, near Aibling

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Mycoporum elabens (Schaer.) Flot. ex Nyl.
503686R. Türk   214861996-10-11
Austria, Upper Austria, Totes Gebirge, 2 km SW of Hinterstoder, valley of the Krumme Steyr, trail to the Polsterlucke, MTB 8350, 47.6916667 14.1333333, 610m


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