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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   14696-a1977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   147401977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   147461977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   14696-b1977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   14696-c1977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   14747-b1977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   400151997-12-31
Mexico, Baja California Sur, cliff above road on NW flank of Sierra Agua Verde above secondary road from route 1 to San Francisco de la Sierra, 27.5877778 -113.0575, 1000m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia nashii Owe-Larss. & A. Nordin
T.H. Nash III   400671998-01-01
Mexico, Baja California Sur, below top of Sierra Agua Verde (part of the Sierra San Francisco), 27.5905556 -113.0197222, 1300m


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