Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Biatora beckhausii (Bacidia beckhausii, Bacidia minuscula, Bacidia beckhausii var. poliaena, Bacidia effusa var. caesiopruinosa, Bacidia luteola var. caesiopruinosa, Bacidia stenospora, Biatora stenospora, Lecidea beckhausii, Lecidea poliaena, Lecidea stenospora, Micarea beckhausii, Micarea minuscul... (show all)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

ASUL017640T.H. Nash III   349171994-07-04
United States, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, along the W fork of the Little Colorado River and the trail to Mount Baldy from Sheep's Crossing, 33.95 -109.525, 2900m

ASUL017637T.H. Nash III   185131981-10-04
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Fly Peak Trail, 31.875 -109.2833333, 2875m

ASUL017638T.H. Nash III   393521997-09-30
United States, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, along west fork of the Little Colorado River above Sheep's Crossing, 33.95 -109.5125, 2830m

ASUL017639T.H. Nash III   419631998-06-08
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness, to the S of the East Fork of the Little Colorado River, 33.9333333 -109.5, 2960m

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

885387Nash, T.   349171994-07-04
United States, Arizona, Apache, W Fork Little Colorado River; Apache National Forest, 33.95 -109.525

Field Museum of Natural History

C0347184FT. H. Nash, III   185131981-10-04
U.S.A., Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains: Fly Peak Trail, 31.875 -109.28, 2804 - 2946m

University Museum of Bergen

Biatora beckhausii (Körb.) Tuck.
74377T.H. Nash   34917 dupl.1994-07-04
United States, Arizona, Mount Baldy Wilderness area, along the west Fork of the Little Colorado River and the trail to Mt. Baldy from Sheep's Crossing [United States, Arizona, Apache Co.], 33.95 -109.525, 2900m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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