Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anaptychia ophioglossa, Anaptychia ophioglossa f. ophioglossa
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Anaptychia ophioglossa (Taylor) Kurok.
Bro. G. Arsène   81151912-09-12
Mexico, Michoacán, Campanario, Morelia., 2300m

US:Lichens
Anaptychia ophioglossa (Taylor) Kurok.
Bro. G. Arsène   81241910-02-05
Mexico, Michoacán, Cerro Azul, Morelia., 2200m

US:Lichens
Anaptychia ophioglossa (Taylor) Kurok.
Bro. G. Arsène   44101907-11-18
Mexico, Puebla, Esperanza., 2400m

US:Lichens
Anaptychia ophioglossa (Taylor) Kurok.
Bro. G. Arsène   81201910-03-20
Mexico, Michoacán, Cerro Azul, Morelia., 2200m

University of Vermont, Pringle Herbarium, North American lichens


VT
Anaptychia ophioglossa (Taylor) Kurok.
UVMVT017430C. G. Pringle   155521908-10-21
Mexico, Hidalgo, near Honey Station

VT
Anaptychia ophioglossa (Taylor) Kurok.
UVMVT017431C. G. Pringle   155401908-10-31
Mexico, Morelos, near Cuernavaca, 18.934971 -99.231059, 1981m


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