Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cladonia cervicornis (Cladonia gracilis subsp. verticillata, Cladonia gracilis f. cervicornis, Cladonia gracilis var. verticillata, Cenomyce allotropa var. verticillata), Cladonia cervicornis subsp. cervicornis (Cladonia degenerans var. pleuroclada, Cladonia verticillata f. cervicornis, Cladonia ver... (show all)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
T.H. Nash III   349461994-07-04
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

ASU:Lichens
T.H. Nash III   269911990-07-01
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.9083333 -109.5508333, 3360m

Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
SRP-L-0010054T. H. Nash   309981992-05-19
U.S.A., Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains; above Barfoot Park., 31.916667 -109.266667, 2560m

SRP
SRP-L-0010055T. H. Nash III   349461994-07-04
U.S.A., Arizona, Mount Baldy Wilderness, along the west fork of the Little Colorado River and the trail to Mt. Baldy from Sheep's Crossing., 33.95 -109.525, 2900m

Michigan State University


MSC:Lichen
MSC0041688Nash III, T. H   309981992-05-19
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, lower part of scree slope above Barfoot Park, 31.916666 -109.2750015, 2560m

Oregon State University Herbarium


OSC
167902T.H. Nash   309981992-05-19
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Barefoot Park. Chiricahua Mountains., 31.9166666666667 -109.275, 2560m


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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.