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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


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Tremella dendrographae Diederich & Tehler
570815T.H. Nash III   329721994-01-04
USA, California, Santa Barbara, Santa Rosa Island, lower portion of Cañada Lobos, 34.0208333 -120.0916667, 30m

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566835S.C. Tucker   344411996-01-08
USA, California, Santa Barbara, grounds of Lotusland Botanic Garden, Ashley Road, Montecito, Santa Barbara, 34.45 -119.7166667

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576193S. Tucker   344411996-01-04
USA, California, Santa Barbara, "Lotusland" Estate, Ashley Rd, Montecito, E of Santa Barbara, 34.443 -119.6572

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505917V. John   1990-07-29
Turkey, Osmaniye, Amanos Mountain; NE of Dörtyol, 3 km SE of Üçkoz Yaylasi, 36.9666667 36.4333333, 1700m

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T.H. Nash III   20992-b1983-09-03
USA, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, lower portion of Morse Canyon, 31.85 -109.325, 2200m

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M. Boykin   24101991-01-01
USA, Arizona, Coconino, Grand Canyon National Park, North Rim, 6 km from State Hwy 67 on the ed to Cape Royal, 36.25 -112.0166667, 2620m

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T.H. Nash III   7523-b1973-07-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino, San Francisco Mountains, NW slope, 35.3333333 -111.6666667, 3320m

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B. Kantrud   2451995-01-01
USA, Arizona, Gila, 16 km ENE of Payson, 34.2833333 -111.1166667, 1700m

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B.D. Ryan   12533-b1985-03-09
USA, Arizona, Pima, road to Mt. Lemmon, NE of Tucson: start of Creek Mountain Trail from San Pedro Vista Point, 32.4166667 -110.7166667

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T.H. Nash III   34751-b1994-07-02
USA, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, first drainage W of the Little Colorado River Valley, 33.9666667 -109.5333333, 2900m

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T.H. Nash III   41941-b1998-06-07
USA, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; White Mountains, Mount Baldy Wilderness, near beginning of trail 94 along W-fork of Little Colorado River at Sheep's Crossing, 33.9666667 -109.5166667, 2860m

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T.H. Nash III   394941997-07-11
USA, Arizona, Gila, Tonto National Forest; Col. Devin Trail (no. 290) above Washington Park, along Mail Creek, 34.4333333 -111.2722222, 1890m

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T.H. Nash III   274341990-10-13
USA, Arizona, Pima, saddle immediately N of Baboquivari Peak, 31.7833333 -111.6083333, 1950m

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602256T.H. Nash III   463352006-11-20
Mexico, Guerrero, Parque Estatal Omiltemi, 2080m

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H. Hertel   398081998-05-30
USA, Arizona, Gila, Tonto National Forest; 18 km NNE of Payson, S of Control Road, ridge above Whispering Pines, 34.3666667 -111.2833333, 1600m

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J. Hafellner   365981994-07-02
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

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Tremella phaeophysciae Diederich & M. S. Christ.
P.P.G. van den Boom   289802002-01-01
USA, California, San Luis Obispo, S of Morro Bay, Montana de Oro State Park, Coon Creek Trail, 35.25 -120.8833333, 60m

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Tremella phaeophysciae Diederich & M. S. Christ.
P.P.G. van den Boom   289462002-01-01
USA, California, Santa Barbara, NW of Santa Barbara, Los Padres National Forest, Figueroa Mountains, picnic area, 34.7333333 -119.9833333, 1050m

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C.M. Wetmore   75724a1995-01-01
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santo Tomás, SW of Ensenada, on N point along ridge, 31.55 -116.6833333, 50m

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P.P.G. van den Boom   292312002-01-01
USA, California, Monterey, Pacific Grove, S of Ocean View Blvd, near lighthouse and at El Carmelo Cemetery, 36.6333333 -121.9333333, 10m

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P.P.G. van den Boom   290182002-01-01
USA, California, Monterey, SSW of Carmel, Point Lobos State Reserve, Bird Island Trail, 36.4666667 -121.9333333, 25m

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P.P.G. van den Boom   294742002-01-01
USA, California, San Luis Obispo, S of Morro Bay, State Park road, N of Museum of Natural History, 35.35 -120.85, 2m


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