Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Calogaya decipiens (Caloplaca decipiens, Amphiloma decipiens, Caloplaca decipiens f. decipiens, Caloplaca decipiens var. decipiens, Heterodermia decipiens, Physcia decipiens, Gasparrinia decipiens, Physcia decipiens f. decipiens, Physcia decipiens var. decipiens, Placodium decipiens, Gasparrinia dec... (show all)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University

Caloplaca decipiens (Arnold) Blomberg & Forssell
barcode-00390617C. R. Orcutt   1171910-00-00
Mexico, [data not captured]

Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium at Louisiana State University

Caloplaca decipiens (Arnold) Blomb. & Forss.
LSU00120758Lowell E. Urbatsch   2442 N1976-04-26
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Ocampo Municipio, 18.8 mi S of Linares along Hwy 85, 24.596812 -99.53484

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Calogaya decipiens (Arnold) Arup, Frödén & Søchting
WIS-L-0042856P. Armstrong   8311975-12-16
Mexico, San Luis Potosí, Valle de los Fantasmos, Rt. 70 to Rio Verde; 32 mi E of San Luis Potosi, S.L.P., 22.063816 -100.621422

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