Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Polycauliona nashii (Caloplaca nashii)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University - Lichens


PH
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
PH00145693Clifford M. Wetmore   797951998-01-09
Mexico, Baja California, Altamira, 13 km south of Rosarito, Vizcaino Region of the Sonoran Desert, 28.553333 -114.06, 25m

Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
ASUL031041C.M. Wetmore   723631993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of El Rosario along Hwy 1, 30.1166667 -115.7666667, 280m

ASU:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
C.M. Wetmore   79497
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 5 km N of San Juanico along an old coral reef, 26.3069444 -112.4902778, 50m

ASU:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
C.M. Wetmore   72068
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 62 km WNW of La Paz, 24.2 -110.9666667, 300m

ASU:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
C.M. Wetmore   79795
Mexico, Baja California, 12.3 km S of El Rosarito, 28.5666667 -114.0666667, 100m

ASU:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
C.M. Wetmore   72361
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of El Rosario, 30.1166667 -115.7666667

ASU:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
C.M. Wetmore   10375
MEXICO, Baja California Sur, 76 km WNW of La Paz, 24.35 -111.01, 110m

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


MIN
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
888146Wetmore, C.   797951998-01-09
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Altamira, 13 km S of Rosarito, 28.55333333 -114.06

MIN
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
888174Wetmore, C.   794971998-01-04
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 5 km N of San Juanico, 26.30694444 -112.4902778

MIN
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
888349Wetmore, C.   723871993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of El Rosario, 30.11666667 -115.7666667

MIN
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
888351Wetmore, C.   723631993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of El Rosario, 30.11666667 -115.7666667

MIN
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
888352Wetmore, C.   723611993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of El Rosario, 30.11666667 -115.7666667

MIN
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
888378Wetmore, C.   720681993-02-17
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 62 km Wnw of La Paz, 24.2 -110.9666667

Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University


FH:FH
Caloplaca nashii Navarro-Rosinés, E. Gaya & Hladun
barcode-00259618C. M. Wetmore   720681993-02-17
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 62 km WNW of La Paz. Canyon with calcareous rocks, 24.2 -110.96666667, 300m

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


O
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladun
145815Clifford M. Wetmore   720681993-02-17
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 62 km WNW of La Paz, 300m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
1703774Clifford M. Wetmore   723631993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, 6 km N of El Rosario along Hwy 1, 30.116667 -115.766667, 280m

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Lichens


S:S-Fungi
Caloplaca nashii Nav.-Ros., Gaya & Hladún
F53138Clifford M. Wetmore   797951998-01-09
Mexico, Baja California, Baja California Altamira, 13 km S of Rosarito, Vizcaino region of the Sonoran Desert (Agave, Bursera, Fouquieria), 25 m, 28°33’12’’N, 114°03’36’’W.

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Caloplaca nashii Navarro-Rosinés
P. Navarro-Rosinés   134651993-02-23
Mexico, Baja California Norte, Gerrero Negro - San Quintin, 6 km al N de El Rosario, carretera Mex 1., 30.1167 -115.767, 300 - 300m


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