Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leucodermia lutescens (Anaptychia lutescens, Heterodermia lutescens)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Heterodermia lutescens (Kurok.) Follmann
T.H. Nash III   363471994-07-17
Mexico, Chihuahua, along secondary dirt road to Casa Grandes from Bavispé (Sonora), 30.3291667 -108.475, 1900m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Bro. G. Arsène   80601911-12-21
Mexico, Michoacán, Campanario, Morelia., 2200m

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Lichens
Heterodermia lutescens (Kurok.) Follmann
105596H. A. Crum   6651949-07-09
Mexico, Jalisco, no data, South of Autlán, 1067m

MICH:Lichens
Heterodermia lutescens (Kurok.) Follmann
105597E. Matuda   s. n.1937-11-00
Mexico, no data, Mt. Ovando, Chiapas

University of Tennessee Lichen Herbarium


TENN
TENN-L-0000376A.J. Sharp   2448c1966-07-04
Mexico, Oaxaca, Oaxaca. 23 km above Oaxaca but below (La Cumbre) on the road to Ixtlan de Juarez, 17.25926 -96.726083, 2438m

TENN
TENN-L-0000377A.J. Sharp   24421966-07-04
Mexico, Oaxaca, Oaxaca. 23 km above Oaxaca but below (La Cumbre) on the road to Ixtlan de Juarez, 17.25926 -96.726083, 2438m

TENN
TENN-L-0000378Claudio Delgadillo M.   109b1966-02-04
Mexico, Oaxaca, 32 km NE of Oaxaca, on the road to Ixtlan, near El Punto, 17.275306 -96.50539

TENN
TENN-L-0000379A.J. Sharp   1962-12-21
Mexico, Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Oaxaca, 150 km from Tuxtepec toward Sierra Juarez, 17.071084 -96.719141

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Leucodermia lutescens (Kurok.) Kalb
WIS-L-0043479D.H. Norris   55E1971-12-24
Mexico, Sinaloa, aong Hwy 40 about 3 miles W of Las Palmitas, 25.538399 -107.94781, 2286m

WIS
Leucodermia lutescens (Kurok.) Kalb
WIS-L-0043480D. J. Norris   55a1971-12-24
Mexico, Sinaloa, along Hwy 40 about 3 miles W of Las Palmitas, 25.538399 -107.94781, 2286m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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