Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Blennothallia crispa (Collema crispum, Collema crispum f. crispum, Collema crispum f. graniforme, Collema crispum f. nudum, Collema crispum subsp. crispum, Collema crispum var. crispum, Collema crispum var. graniforme)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F. H. Wigg.
T.H. Nash III   335541993-02-09
Mexico, Sonora, north slope 23 km ENE of Moctezuma, Rancho El Encino, 29.8666667 -109.4666667, 1160m

ASU:Lichens
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F. H. Wigg.
T.H. Nash III   340061993-02-22
Mexico, Baja California, N of Laguna Chapala on E-facing hillside next to route 1, 29.4333333 -114.4333333, 665m

ASU:Lichens
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F. H. Wigg.
C.M. Wetmore   635301989-01-03
Mexico, Baja California, along route 1, 2 km S of Colonet, 31.0666667 -116.2166667, 50m

ASU:Lichens
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F. H. Wigg.
C.M. Wetmore   638281989-01-06
Mexico, Baja California, 3 km WNW of Laguna Chapala, on mountain slope at border of Lower Colorado Valley, 29.45 -114.4166667, 780m

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


MIN
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F.H. Wigg.
887641Wetmore, C.   638281989-01-06
Mexico, Baja California, 3 km Wnw of Laguna Chapala, 29.45 -114.4166667

MIN
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F.H. Wigg.
887661Wetmore, C.   635301989-01-03
Mexico, Baja California, 2 km S of Colonet, 31.06666667 -116.2166667

Intermountain Herbarium Lichen Collection (Utah State University)


USU:UTC
Collema crispum (Hudson) Weber ex F. H. Wigg.
UTC00277272T.H. Nash III   340061993-02-22
Mexico, Baja California, N of Laguna Chapala on E-facing hillside next to route 1, 29.433333 -114.433333, 665m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.