Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cladonia deformis (Lichen deformis), Cladonia deformis f. deformis, Cladonia deformis f. leptostelis, Cladonia deformis f. pygmaea, Cladonia deformis var. deformis, Cladonia deformis var. gonecha
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Cladonia deformis (L.) Hoffm.
T.H. Nash III   11662-a1975-08-29
United States, Arizona, Apache, Sunrise Ski Area, Fort Apache Reservation, 34.0166667 -109.6166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Cladonia deformis (L.) Hoffm.
T.H. Nash III   118011975-08-30
United States, Arizona, Apache, 10 km N of Alpine, at top of Escudilla Mountain near lookout tower 10, 33.95 -109.15, 3290m

ASU:Lichens
Cladonia deformis (L.) Hoffm.
T.H. Nash III   11662-c1975-08-29
United States, Arizona, Apache, Sunrise Ski Area, Fort Apache Reservation, 34.0166667 -109.2833333, 2134m

ASU:Lichens
Cladonia deformis (L.) Hoffm.
T.H. Nash III   268541990-07-01
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.925 -109.5166667, 3030m

ASU:Lichens
Cladonia deformis (L.) Hoffm.
T.H. Nash III   269641990-07-01
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.9291667 -109.55, 3300m

ASU:Lichens
Cladonia deformis (L.) Hoffm.
T.H. Nash III   273551990-09-30
United States, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, from the West Fork of the Little Colorado River up the trail to Phelp's Cabin, 33.95 -109.5166667, 2850m

Brigham Young University


BRY
CLADONIA DEFORMIS (L.) Hoffm.
BRY-L-0003602Bruce Douglas Ryan   269741990-07-01
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest, Mt. Baldy Wilderness Area; trail from Phelp's Cabin along East Fork of the Little Colorado River., 33.929167 -109.55, 3300m


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