Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aspicilia aurantiaca
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   29614-a1990-12-30
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Peninsula Vizcaino, along road to Bahía Tortugas, 152 km W of Rte 1, 27.6333333 -114.5333333, 150m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
ASUL004408B. Owe-Larsson   8873-B2003-03-21
Mexico, Baja California, 12 km NW of El Rosario, Highway 1, 3 km from the sea, 30.1416667 -115.7658333, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   296031990-12-30
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Peninsula Vizcaino, along road to Bahía Tortugas, 152 km W of Rte 1, 27.6333333 -114.5333333, 150m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   296321990-12-30
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Peninsula Vizcaino, 1.6 km E of Bahía Tortugas, 27.7333333 -114.85, 20m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
ASUL004407B. Owe-Larsson   88172003-03-16
Mexico, Baja California, 14 km NW of Rosarito, 28.7269444444444 -114.106944444444, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   88142003-03-16
Mexico, Baja California, 14 km NW of Rosarito, 28.7269444 -114.1069444, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   88022003-03-16
Mexico, Baja California, 10 km NW El Rosario, highway 1, 30.1411111 -115.7663889, 75m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   88032003-03-16
Mexico, Baja California, 10 km NW El Rosario, highway 1, 30.1411111 -115.7663889, 75m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   88082003-03-16
Mexico, Baja California, 28 km E of El Rosario, highway 1, 30.0636111 -115.4294444, 500m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   88162003-03-16
Mexico, Baja California, 14 km NW of Rosarito, 28.7269444 -114.1069444, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   88702003-03-21
Mexico, Baja California, 12 km NW of El Rosario, Highway 1, 3 km from the sea, 30.1416667 -115.7658333, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
B. Owe-Larsson   8873a2003-03-21
Mexico, Baja California, 12 km NW of El Rosario, Highway 1, 3 km from the sea, 30.1416667 -115.7658333, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
C.M. Wetmore   635281989-01-03
Mexico, Baja California, along rte 1, 2 km S of Colonet, 31.0666667 -116.2166667, 50m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
C.M. Wetmore   636231989-01-04
Mexico, Baja California, Cerro Kenton between bahia Falsa and Bahia San Quintin, 30.4666667 -116, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
C.M. Wetmore   640161989-01-10
Mexico, Baja California, along side road to Punta Rosarito, 0.3 km W of Route 1 and 11 km S of Rosarito, southern Vizcaíno Region of the Sonoran Desert, 28.5666667 -114.0666667, 30m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
C.M. Wetmore   723671993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, Baja california: 6 km N of El Rosario along Hwy 1, 30.1166667 -115.7666667, 280m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
C.M. Wetmore   791051997-12-28
Mexico, Baja California, 2 km SE of Colonet along secondary dirt road E of highway 1, 31.0452778 -116.1972222, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia aurantiaca Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
C.M. Wetmore   791621997-12-29
Mexico, Baja California, 11 km N of El Rosario in small canyon S of route 1, 30.1391667 -115.7663889, 100m


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