Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Buellia prospersa
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019828T.H. Nash III   100881975-03-20
Mexico, Sinaloa, Topolobampo, near Gulf of California, 25.6 -109.05, 30m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019829T.H. Nash III   122481975-11-27
Mexico, Sinaloa, 52 km SE of Guasave, top of small volcanic mountain with a microondas tower, 25.5 -108.2, 630m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019834T.H. Nash III   125181975-11-23
Mexico, Sonora, ca. 16 km S of Nacozari, in canyon, 30.25 -109.6666667, 950m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019835T.H. Nash III   125201975-11-23
Mexico, Sonora, ca. 16 km S of Nacozari, in canyon, 30.25 -109.6666667, 950m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019836T.H. Nash III   125211975-11-23
Mexico, Sonora, ca. 16 km S of Nacozari, in canyon, 30.25 -109.6666667, 950m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019826T.H. Nash III   126531976-01-01
Mexico, Baja California Sur, E slope of the Sierra de San Lazano above Rancho San Pedro, 7 km W of Cuduaño, 23.4666667 -109.8, 950m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019827T.H. Nash III   127551976-03-15
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Tres Virginés, 40 km W of Santa Rosalía, 27.4166667 -112.55, 880m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019838T.H. Nash III   256251987-02-22
Mexico, Sonora, Cerro El Tordillo, 33 km E of Hermosillo and 4 km E of intersection of routes 16 and 20, 29 -110.75, 450m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019837T.H. Nash III   207651982-03-18
Mexico, Jalisco, 35 km north of Tomatlán, between Talpa and Tomatlán, 20.3 -105.3166667, 270m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019833T.H. Nash III   12459-b1975-11-24
Mexico, Sonora, 22.5 km E of Navajoa along road to Alamos, 27.1 -109.2166667, 280m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019832T.H. Nash III   10964-c1975-05-31
Mexico, Sonora, canyon 4 km E of Santa Rosa, 28.4333333 -109.1, 1080m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019830T.H. Nash III   336801993-02-12
Mexico, Sinaloa, 3 km NE of Higuera de Zaragoza, 26.0166667 -109.2666667, 50m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019839T.H. Nash III   339821993-02-21
Mexico, Baja California, lighthouse area near Laguna Manuela, 28.25 -114.1166667, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
C. Scheidegger   260 -2691989-01-09
Mexico, Baja California Sur, along route 1, 31 km W of Ciudad Ignacio on NE slope of Cerro at junction of road to Punta Abrejos, 27.3333333333333 -113.116666666667, 180m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
R. Moberg   102671993-02-12
Mexico, Sinaloa, 3 km NNE of Higuera de Zaragoza, 26.1666666666667 -109.266666666667, 50m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
ASUL019831C.M. Wetmore   718961993-02-12
Mexico, Sinaloa, 3 km NNE of Higuera de Zaragoza (N of Los Mochis), 26.0166667 -109.2666667, 50m

ASU:Lichens
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
C. Scheidegger   170-1891989-01-07
Mexico, Baja California, along rte 1, 31 km W of San Ignacio on NE slope of cerro at junction of road to Punta Abreojos, 27.3333333 -113.1166667, 180m

Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
918529Wetmore, C.   793901998-01-02
Mexico, Baja California, Canyon of El Lentisco, 26.94166667 -112.3794444

MIN
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
918506Wetmore, C.   796011998-01-06
Mexico, Baja California, Sierra De La Laguna, Cerro Blanco, 23.62138889 -109.8883333

MIN
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
918502Wetmore, C.   796311998-01-06
Mexico, Baja California, Sierra De La Laguna, Cerro Blanco, 23.62138889 -109.8883333

MIN
Buellia prospersa (Nyl.) Riddle
940267Wetmore, C.   718961993-02-12
Mexico, Sinaloa, 3 km Nne of Higuera De Zaragoza, N of Los Mochis, 26.01666667 -109.2666667


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